Van Ruysdael | Mansion - Daniël Marot - The Hague

As architect of the court, Daniël Marot introduced the very sought after Louis XIV flair to the Dutch Republic in the 18th century.

Popular by demand, this iconic room is a great reflection of his work for the high society. During our site visit - best part of the job - we saw our philosophy come together: preserve what is valuable by choosing well, using less and make it last.

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