Sint Jansstraat 33 1012 HG Amsterdam Paesi Bassi

Studio Modijefsky is growing, projects become more varied and bigger, from restaurants and hotels to retail chains. That’s why we love to work with talented people.

Studio Modijefsky is a small interior architecture bureau in the center of Amsterdam. We are working on a very diverse portfolio of projects in the Netherlands and also across the border. We are currently designing interiors and brand identities for restaurants, several cafés, hospitality concepts, with more to come! The projects we are working on differ in scale, discipline and realization. 


atelier kitchen island brass

From a factory to an artist's studio-house. The materials and design of the details transform the essence of the building

In Holland, in Zaandam, a monumental industrial building becomes "Ketelhuis" (a warm house), the home-workshop of a couple of artists, thanks to the work of Modijefsky Studio in collaboration with the clients' atelier

Interior of a bar

Pincho bar in the Dutch capital. Southern color palette juxtaposed with modern design

"La Cervecería", the Spanish-inspired bar designed by the Modijefsky Studio, is a cozy, friendly and vibrant space with traditional southern colors, where you can spend time with colleagues and friends after work

CityHub Hotel Common room color and fabric

Hotels and community. In Rotterdam a multicoloured hostel for the new digital nomads

The Modijefsky studio designs a hotel in Rotterdam CityHub, a hotel for the digital nomad generation with interactive features and colours. The building is the result of the combination of three buildings, whose facades remain unchanged, while the interior spaces are redesigned and connected.

coffee bar tropical colors

Tropical Cafeteria in Amsterdam. Strongly coloured furniture and floral decorations

A tropical Bar Botanique scene, designed by the Modijefsky Studio and created using refreshing interiors and floral decorations. Double high windows cover the entire facade of the angular building and extend into the interior, becoming the focal point of the design

Arie Op de Hoek, a place that can quickly become a second home, cosy and ... thirst-quenching, in the best tradition of Dutch brown cafés

Arie Op de Hoek, a place that can quickly become a second home, cosy and ... thirst-quenching, in the best tradition of Dutch brown cafés

Arie Op de Hoek is the latest addition to the Goudvisch family. The imaginary family of bar owners that started with Bonnie welcomes a new cousin, Arie, in Amsterdam's De Pijp district

bar café floor and wood coverings

Cafeteria in Amsterdam symbol of a neighbourhood. The furniture divides the space into imaginary landscapes

The Bellamy neighbourhood was marginal to the city but since the 19th century people have been migrating to the suburbs like a caravan. The Modijefsky Studio transformed the journey into a concept of a bar and restaurant, hence the name Karavaan.