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A beautifully renovated Gothic monastery, complete with a church, is the spectacular stage for the 60-room Kruisherenhotel Maastricht, an unusually stylish property in Maastricht's city center. The harmonious result of a collaboration between famous Dutch designer Henk Vos and world-renowned lighting designer Ingo Maurer, the hotel proves that design has come full circle over the centuries.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Camille Oostwegel has always had an inclination towards history, culture, and gastronomy. After a quick succession of promotions to Operations Director and Advisor for Novotel’s premier branch outside France, Oostwegel founded his first restaurant Kasteel Erenstein. Since then he has habitually taken monumental buildings as a canvas for his hotels and restaurants, with Kruisherenhotel Maastricht a shining example.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Before hosting the fusion of modern design and Gothic character that we see today, Kruisherenhotel was a 15th-century monastery. Right on Maastricht’s Kommelplein Square, the stern Gothic façade and stained-glass windows shelter a hotel of contemporary design by Henk Vos. Vos used a variety of color schemes, artworks, and furniture—including the designs of Philip Starck, Le Corbusier and Ingo Maurer—to give each room its own character, all based on the principles of space, transparency, and modern luxury.