Standing in the very heart of Burgundy’s vineyards, it was originally a wine farm, built in the 12th century by monks from the nearby Abbey of Cîteaux. With its medieval vat-house and presses, Cistercian cellar and original kitchens, it forms a unique architectural whole, attracting history lovers, architecture lovers or wine lovers. The Chateau du Clos de Vougeot also hosts famous receptions. It is renowned as one of the very best “table d’hôte” of France.
Grand windows, glass finesse.
Achter de Dom
Glass like water, clear and vibrant.
This project shows that the old never gets old. Invisible technology in the vernacular architecture of the 17th century, just beneath the highest building of Utrecht: The Dom.
Overseen by Netherlands’ most renowned restauration architect Krijn van de Ende.
Huis Nolet is a place of representation to the international guests of the famous Dutch family distillery.
Atelier Jan Snoeck
Refurbishment of the atelier into a home to live.
In everything we do at Van Ruysdael we follow our good friend and sculptor Jan Snoeck’s (1927-2018) motto: ‘Simplicity brings with it a great deal of responsibility’.
Anno 1899, ready for the next generation.
Architect Loggers was clearly influenced by the Amsterdamse School in this interbellum forrest villa.
Av. Théophile Gautier
Private residence in the 16eme arrondissement.
Just 6.5mm separation between chaos and peace. Van Ruysdael Glass determines the quality of life. Day and night.Year after year. Glass that seamlessly connects unique performances with the original Haussmann windows.
Loft Rue du Chemin Vert
Van Ruysdael project published in COTÉ PARIS no 47.
At a stone’s throw from the Picasso Museum, the architects merge two artists’ studios together
by light and transparency. Original steel windows project the space into another dimension.That of a house-workshop open to the city.
Young pioneers that found us in our shared love for beauty.
A decor from the Golden Age.
Cavalaire sur mer
Second building of prominent French architect
Mallet Stevens (1886-1945) with Van Ruysdael Glass.
Maison Daniël Marot
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.
Prestigious wine chateau in Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux.
Château de Galleville
The owner is an early adapters with his domain completed in 2007.
The 17th century castle - where the French philosopher René Descartes lived - now consumes a fraction of the energy needed for heating.
In addition the living environment has significantly improved by the 6.5mm Van Ruysdael Glass in the original windows.
House in Langebrug
Generali, Av. d'Iéna
House in Koornmark
De Drie Wilgen
Villa van Heek
House in rue du Bourdon Blanc