Luxurious marble fills this historic building, providing a chic, sophisticated backdrop for anyone who pops in to get a bit of work done.
Blaak House used to be the home of a Dutch bank. Designed by architect Kees Elffers, it was built in 1950 as a classical reaction to the modernist trend during the rebuilding of postwar Rotterdam. Though no longer a bank, in 2018 the building was given a new lease on life and reopened as a fancy office space.
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