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Petit Paris

You will find the cosmopolitan Petit Paris in the heart of the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood, between Museumplein square and P.C. Hooftstraat. The building provides stylish apartments varying from approx. 45 m² to 219 m². There is a lift to take residents to the upstairs apartments.

Petit Paris on Jan Luijkenstraat 21 is one of four town houses built in 1903. The building was designed by Foeke Kuipers (1871-1954). Eduard Cuypers (1859-1927), nephew of the famous Pierre Cuypers (1827-1921), who designed the adjacent Rijksmuseum building, supervised the designs. The town house boasts beautiful classic Neo-Renaissance features.

Petit Paris Les Suites

Petit Paris' suites have an international allure and grandeur. The height of the ceilings, the angle of daylight, and the beautiful features are typical of French metropolitan architecture.

The apartments are luxuriously finished with elegant materials and are offered turn-key. There is a lift to take residents to the upstairs suites.
Front façade
Rear façade

Petit Paris Le Quartier

'The range of restaurants, bars, and shops is as eclectic as the styles of the buildings and fits in perfectly with the international allure of the neighbourhood.'
The hand of architect Pierre Cuypers, who designed the building of the Neo-Gothic Rijksmuseum as well as the first houses, is very much in evidence in this neighbourhood. This building, together with the Neo-Renaissance Concertgebouw, determine the character of the area.

Petit Paris L'Histoire

Two hundred years ago, farms stood on the current location of Museumplein. The construction of the Museum quarter began here at the beginning of the last century to create more housing.