Soho House has expanded its portfolio with the launch of its newest club on Spuistraat in Amsterdam. The company’s in-house design team modernized a Bungehuis from the 1930s in homage to the Dutch Masters with a palette of rich blue, green, and ochre found in the artwork of Vermeer, Rembrant, and Van Gogh.
Spread across six stories, the 79-key Soho House Amsterdam is outfitted with brand signatures, including a rooftop pool, a Cecconi’s eatery, Cowshed spa on the ground floor, and an entire floor dedicated to club space. Featuring limestone and granite, the structure is punctuated with large, bronze-framed bay windows that illuminate striking interior elements like the lobby’s glazed tilework. Stained glass windows also line the staircase and are referenced in the Art Deco patterns throughout the interior.
Appointed with repurposed antiques, interiors also boast black timber floors on the fifth floor, which serves as the designated members’ space. Overlooking the canal, the fifth floor also hosts an adjacent library, bar, and workspace as well as an open kitchen and deli counter. A fourth-floor screening room boasts velvet chairs and a fitness center endowed with yoga studios.
Located across the first and third floors, accommodations feature a combination of antique pieces and furnishings including poufs and sofas also crafted in-house. The Soho House Amsterdam’s art collection honors the theme with historic pieces as well as contemporary reinterpretations of 15th and 16th century Dutch art by local artists.