Airport Schiphol Holland Boulevard Fase 3
NEXT architects were asked to design the interior of the Holland Boulevard. The Holland Boulevard is the living area between Lounge 2 and 3 behind the passport control at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This has been redesigned with custom furniture from Lensvelt, as part of the renewal process of Schiphol to increase the comfort and ease of travel for the passengers. Schiphol Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in Europe. From 2016, Schiphol welcomes approximately 60 million travelers a year.
For travelers, waiting at Holland Boulevard can be a thrilling experience or a temporary retreat.The tight layout of the Dutch landscape makes it possible for travelers with little time to quickly get an overview of the whole landscape and get acquainted with Holland. On the other hand, a meandering path has been made that allows travelers to escape the flow of Schiphol. Travelers who stay longer can wander through the Dutch landscape and discover different places. To make the stay extra enjoyable, over 550 seats have been created, including comfortable sleeping areas. The Rijksmuseum Schiphol is the highlight of the Holland Boulevard: a cultural zone designed by NEXT where passengers can get to know Dutch culture and history. The pavilion forms a modern and innovative framework for the masterpieces that the Rijksmuseum displays at Schiphol. Realization 2017.
Architects: NEXT Architecs, www.nextarchitects.com