The neoclassical design of this national heritage building is the result of renovations in the late nineteenth century. The country estate on the outskirts of Maastricht, which once served as a holiday home for the Order of the Ursulines, was transformed by the current owner into a contemporary and inspiring meeting place for companies.
Feel the spirit
Unfortunately, much of the interior – parts of which were almost certainly designed by Mathias Soiron – did not stand the test of time. A few Louis XVI style elements are the only remaining artefacts. These elements, paired with the modern furniture and contemporary objects, lend the estate an air that cannot be equalled or rivalled.