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Khotinsky makes sparks fly at Energiehuis

Taking pictures for Interiorator was the last thing on my mind when I was in the Dutch town of Dordrecht earlier this month. In fact, all I could think about was how excited (and nervous) I was to see my husband star in a play at a local theater festival held at the Energiehuis. Still, I got there early and while waiting for the show to start at the Khotinsky restaurant next to the theater, I decided to take out my camera after all. Just take a look at the pictures and I’m sure you’ll understand why.

With a monumental power plant to call its home, the Energiehuis cultural center could not have been at a more impressive location. I was particularly impressed  by the exposed brickwork and the ceiling that was left pretty much  intact. It made for a dramatic, industrial setting that made sparks fly – especially combined with the Downstairs chandelier by Bertjan Pot (which I’d already seen at the 2012 edition of Woonbeurs, by the way).

Anyhoo, the play went great, I went home early and decided to go back again some time soon. End of story!

 

Downstairs chandelier by Bertjan Pot at Khotinsky in Dordrecht The Khotinsky restaurant is housed in an old power plant in the Dutch town of Dordrecht /// More on Interiorator.com The Khotinsky restaurant is housed in an old power plant in the Dutch town of Dordrecht /// More on Interiorator.com The Khotinsky restaurant is housed in an old power plant in the Dutch town of Dordrecht /// More on Interiorator.com The Khotinsky restaurant is housed in an old power plant in the Dutch town of Dordrecht /// More on Interiorator.com The Khotinsky restaurant is housed in an old power plant in the Dutch town of Dordrecht /// More on Interiorator.com

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