Conde Nast Traveller says: Famed design store Droog celebrated its twentieth year recently by tripling in size, with new shopping floors, a café, and an apartment-style attic suite, the Hôtel Droog. Out-there elements abound, including the now iconic light in the form of a white shirt on a hanger. read more
Surface Magazine says: We were inside Droog’s most recent home: a three-story, 17th-century townhouse that has been reinvented as a boutique, gallery, café, meeting space, and one-suite hotel on the attic floor. The two rooms of the white-walled store on the ground floor are loaded with hundreds of design objects. read more
Cool Hunting says: No visit to Amsterdam would be complete without a stop by the reputable concept store Droog. A household name among the design community, Droog—co-founded in 1993 by visionaries Renny Ramakers and Gijs Bakker. read more




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