Mondrian Mind Hotel
The Mondrian Mind Hotel features a reception, lobby, lounge, café-restaurant, bar, and of course comfortable rooms. The Hotel will provide free WiFi, Internet, and computer facilities for the guest who stay there.
The Mondrian Mind Hotel will provide an unforgettable experience for anyone staying there. Aside from the usual service, the experience will be unique due to the special business uniforms in contemporary style of “De Stijl” art movement. Also, the whole hotel and all rooms will be furnished in a contemporary style and instantly recognizable atmosphere that brings you back to the nostalgia of early 20th century.
The Mondrian Mind Hotel will have around 80 rooms, including around 65 standard rooms, 15 deluxe rooms, and one silver room, one golden room, and one platinum room. All rooms at the hotel are to be equipped with all the comforts you would expect from a renowned hotel.
Concept design Café De Unie, J.J. Piet Oud (1925).
Executed in Rotterdam
Café, Bar and Café-Restaurant
Within the three main buildings there will be places where people can enjoy lunch, dinner, or a snack or drink in one of the cafés or restaurants. Some are more spacious than the others, depending on the location within the pavilion.
Café De Unie (The Union Café)
J.J. Piet Oud received an assignment by his employer, the City Council Housing Company Rotterdam, to design the Café De Unie, even though Piet Oud was no longer a member of De Stijl art movement in 1925. This design has all the characteristics of this movement e.g. rectangular planes in primary colors and white plaster. The facade is often compared to the asymmetrical compositions of Piet Mondrian from the 1920s. A replica of this building will be recreated as a bar-restaurant within the Mondrian Mind Museum.
Aubette is part of a neoclassical building, located on the north side of Place Kleber in Strasbourg, France and designed in 1765-1778 by Jacques-François Blondel. It was later known for its modernist interiors, designed by De Stijl artists Theo van Doesburg, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and Jean Arp. A replica of this famous space will be recreated as a bar and dance hall within the Mondrian Mind Museum.