This second floor apartment is as bold and modern as the artist it
was themed on: Herman Brood, the original Dutch rebel. Urban and
fashionably eclectic, its hip and diverse décor offers a modernised
taste of the 1960s and 70s.
Our chic and luxurious Herman Brood Residence is centrally located
on the beautiful Keizersgracht canal, close to the city’s Art
District in the heart of historic Amsterdam.
This third floor apartment is as bold and modern as the artist it
was themed on: Herman Brood, the original Dutch rebel. It provides a
spectacular canal view and is within easy walking distance of the
city’s many vibrant cafes, restaurants and shops. The main museums
and theatres are easily accessible on foot, by bicycle or tram.
Urban and fashionably eclectic, this one bedroom residence features
wooden floors and a spacious living room fitted out with all the
comforts of home. Its hip and diverse décor offers a modernised
taste of the 1960s and 70s, and an open kitchen provides facilities
to dine and entertain in style.
The Herman Brood Residence features:
Living room with flat screen TV
Master bedroom with spacious 2-person bed and flat screen TV
Broadband internet connectivity
Pay TV option
Modern and fully equipped kitchen, including dishwasher, electric
stove top, microwave / oven combination, and refrigerator / freezer
Modern bathroom with toilet, full bath and shower
Central heating and air conditioning
Washing machine and dryer
Private safe for storing valuables
Fresh towels and linens
Comfortably sleeps 2 people
Approximately 70 m2
Stunning canal view
Herman Brood (1946 - 2001)
Herman Brood was a contemporary Dutch musician, painter and actor,
who embodied the so-called "Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll" culture.
Brood began his career as a piano player and singer, starting his
own group, Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, in the 1970s. He began
painting in the 1990s, and became known for his large-scale,
colourful works reminiscent of the CoBrA style. In 2001, at the age
of 54, he committed suicide by jumping off the rooftop of the