A few weeks ago I made pictures in the new restaurant Brasserie Fitch & Shui in the World Trade Center in Amsterdam. A large part of the Interior is designed by D/Dock Design Development and built by Of Assemblies Interior Construction.
Once again a number of spaces with different types of artificial lighting, sometimes mixed with day/sunlight. Useful was that a stylist accompanied me during the shoot. She kept an eye on objects that looked out of place and shouldn't be in the picture, made everything tidy and presentable and sometimes added some attributes. Very instructive. I wish there always was the possibility to hire such an assistant!
Meanwhile, the photos were published on various websites and just before the official opening there was a press release sent round by D/Dock. Some of the photos are included (the exterior photo top left and the photo of the poster at the very bottom are not by me). Interesting to read because it explains why the name of the restaurant is so appropriate on the site of the WTC.
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