Polspotten Reveals Amsterdam Store with Thatched Hut

A curvilinear thatched hut has been paired with terracotta-hued tiles at the Amsterdam store for homeware brand, Polspotten. The studio created the store to straddle a shop and an office for Polspotten in the Dutch capital.


Characterised by bold angles and arches, the outlet features distinctive terracotta-coloured walls and flooring that nod to traditional pots. Located in Amsterdam’s Jordaan neighbourhood, the store was arranged across a series of open-plan rooms, interconnected by individual geometric entryways.

Visitors enter at a triangular opening, which was cut away from gridded timber shelving lined with multicoloured pots that mimic totemic artefacts in a gallery.


The next space features a similar layout, as well as a plump cream sofa with rounded modules and sculptural pots stacked in a striking tower formation.

Travelling further through the store, molten-style candle holders and Polspotten furniture pieces are positioned next to chunky illuminated plinths, which exhibit amorphously shaped vases finished in various coral-like hues.


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Lucy Mister

3rd January 2024