The Royal Palace Amsterdam is one of three Palaces used by the Dutch Monarchy, notably for State Visits, Award Ceremonies and New Year’s Receptions. The 17th century palace of King Louis Napoleon and later of the Dutch Royal House plays a role in royal marriages and in the abdication and investiture of the Monarchy.
Nitesco was appointed to bring all interior stone floors and walls to their original gleaming condition, as a part of the Netherlands’ most prestigious heritage conservation and renovation project of the decade, preparing the Royal Palace to the investiture of King Willem-Alexander. Nitesco combined traditional craftsmanship with technological innovation to achieve project objectives and meet the highest international standards suitable for official receptions and accommodating high-ranking guests.
I’m glad that we were able to go on this priceless journey. It was a privilege to work on this extraordinary landmark and to help prepare the crown jewel in Netherlands’ top 100 heritage sites for the future.
Schakel & Schrale, Royal Bam Group
The Central Government Real Estate Agency (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf)
Jacob van Campen
Noir de Mazy
1648 - 1665
2005 - 2009
(conservation & modernization)
Restoration & repair