“I love basic designs: clean lines, big architectural gestures, well ordered designs, with no obstructive elements, void of all noise”.
After graduating from the Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU) in 1995, he worked in various design studios in Utrecht, such as StrandNL and Food For Buildings. Only five years later, together with another partner, he founded the studio perStuk and, in 2004, he finally went solo and founded his current studio. Since then, interior architect and product designer Remy Meijers (the Netherlands, 1974) has put his ideas into practice in a wide range of projects, including flats, villas, housing developments, hotels, corporate buildings and showrooms. In 2012 he launched his first collection of furniture and accessories, which included designs from his interior design projects.
Balance and calm are part of his philosophy when creating spaces and products in which the combination of different materials and a powerful aesthetic full of drama stand out. He declares himself a lover of interior design and architecture since he was a child. “I love beauty, in all circumstances. I am also very organised and structured. Interior design allows me to bring all these elements together to make a living”, he says. A lover of travel, good restaurants, sports and spending time with friends, Meijers claims that, in order to create, he needs an “overview, rest and peace of mind”. Among his latest works are two very unique proposals for The Bathelier, the C·Bath ideas lab, Cosentino’s comprehensive proposal for bathrooms.
A style that enhances the essence of the material
Sustainability as a philosophy
The Bathelier: URBAN HIDEAWAY
The perfect bathroom
The Bathelier: THE PALAZZO
My dream: to design a yacht
"When you are looking for hard-wearing materials that look natural but won’t scratch or stain, Cosentino products are the best solution. They work very well for kitchen worktops, bathrooms, washbasins, terraces, swimming pools, façades… the list of applications is endless."
Interior architect and product designer