1 bedroom / 2 persons
The well-designed apartment is centrally located at the beautiful Keizersgracht canal, close to the city's Art District in the heart of historic Amsterdam.
This third floor apartment has a spectacular canal view. It is as bold and modern as the artist it was themed on: Herman Brood, the original Dutch rebel. Urban and fashionably eclectic, this one bedroom apartment (70 m2) features wooden floors, a separate study room and a spacious living room fitted out with all the comforts of home. Its hip and diverse decor offers a modernised taste of the 1960s and 70s. A fully equipped open kitchen provides facilities to dine and entertain in style.
2 single beds as double
Free fresh towel
Free fresh linen
Fridge / Freezer
Washing machine / Dryer
1017 EN Amsterdam
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More informations on master Herman Brood
(1946 - 2001)
Herman Brood was a contemporary Dutch musician, painter and actor, who embodied the so-called "Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll" culture.
Brood began his career as a piano player and singer, starting his own group, Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, in the 1970s. He began painting in the 1990s, and became known for his large-scale, colourful works reminiscent of the CoBrA style. In 2001, at the age of 54, he committed suicide by jumping off the rooftop of the Amsterdam Hilton.