Soho House Amsterdam occupies the iconic Bungehuis
building on the Singel canal, which was built in the 1930s
as a trading office before becoming a university building
in the 1970s. The six-storey building is characterised by
architectural details including a limestone and granite-clad
façade, Art Deco lighting flanking the entrance and
bronze-framed bay windows.
For this project Mumford Visuals worked on the new-build materials installed during the building's extensive refurbishment. All new wood was stained and aged in order to help recreate and compliment the period feel of this remarkable interior. Work was carried out in the fifth floor members-only hospitality and lounge areas, the ground floor reception area, and the house gym.