Surrounded by a centuries-old forest, this magnificent estate – with a history as grand as the surroundings – is situated in the heart of The Netherlands.
Throughout the estate, the paintings and murals of the 18th-century painter Jakob de Wit can be found. One of the most important rooms depicts Apollo, in Greek mythology the God of the Arts, painted in full splendour.
For this space, our atelier was commissioned by the owners to create a composition of Ersa lighting sculptures.
Our Shiro collection – Japanese for castle – was chosen for the main entrance, to bring light and timelessness alike.
Pictures by: Michael van Oosten