Situated at Keizersgracht 91, this property was originally built as a residence and a merchant’s house. Around 1865 the two buildings were rebuilt and made into one coach house with a 19th-century cornice gable. For the last 25 years this iconic building has been the beloved home of world renowned Erard pianos.
As we speak, we are renovating the entire building. From foundation to roof and as always with a project by The Collective Studio, the apartment will be fully decorated with an exclusive range of art and design. From table to bedsheets, from curtains to-state-of-the-art domotica, only the highest quality is good enough.
With a front that is almost 8 meters wide, this home boasts a stunning view of the canal. And if that is not enough to make your heart skip a beat, just wait until you see the two outside terraces, the private lift and the bright living space of more than 230 m2. And with us, The Collective Studio, as your downstairs neighbours you are assured of your daily cup of coffee and a friendly face. Life is good.