Het Loo Palace, Prins Hendrik Garage | Hospitality Design project
category Hospitality Design in The Royal Palace The Loo, The Netherlands
Prince Henry was known for his, to put it delicately, ‘extramarital hobbies’. Some of them he kept stashed away in a garage across from the equestrian stables.
(No worries: we are talking about his cars.)
The ample space was turned into a tearoom when Royal Palace Het Loo was opened up to the public.
conceptual re-invention of the space
THE GARAGE OF PRINCE HENRY
Aces forged a creative alliance with Albron and Conceptional to call forth an appropriately regally conceptual re-invention of the space: a happy marriage of garage-related references (workbenches, decorative steering wheels
& headlights, etc.), light colors and a welcoming atmosphere for the whole family to enjoy while sipping a coffee or savoring a small lunch