a contemporary hotel by Architect and Interior designer Vincent Van Duysen.
This neoclassical monument and gardens amid Antwerps 19th Century sprawl served as a home to the nuns, a place where they could seek their own space from their task of looking after wounded soldiers.
With a desire to create a dining experience that befitted a contemporary hotel, but makes a nod to the building's history, Vincent Van Duysen set about creating Passe-Partout which takes inspiration from medieval-shaped glassware and goblets. Meeting the Serax team Vincent Van Duysen developed a range of tableware that can be used as much in a hotel as in your own home.
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