In the outskirts of Schijndel, Noord-Brabant, you will find the versatile and multifunctional characteristic sturdy location Keur 16. This former cowshed, which has underfloor heating connected to the fireplace, can be used for a wide variety of projects all year round.
The space of the former cowshed is 80m2. A lovely light location. Daylight plays an important role here. And towards the end of the afternoon, beginning of the evening, the Golden Hours are fantastic. This industrial space is suitable for many purposes. The space still has its original walls and some props are standard. Think of a swing, old wooden stairs, old chesterfield sofa, trestle, vintage cabinet, peacock chair, 10 wooden folding chairs, a table, vintage Persian carpets and an old wooden door.
It also has a fantastic outdoor area. Take a seat on the big round bench by the fire bowl and enjoy a crackling fire, low sun and marshmallows. Hold your meditation between the fruit trees at long tables or at the back of the field. Take a walk through nature and then join us for a delicious lunch in the open field. For example, if you need new photos for your website or marketing, a branding shoot would provide fantastic material. But so much more is possible here. What? We'll be happy to tell you.
Keur 16 has been used a lot in recent months. Varied... it certainly is here. Nice to give you an idea of the possibilities and we are happy to share some examples with you.
Home shopping use to promote their new collection of furniture and accessories. A styled living space can be created in well every nook and cranny. From bedroom to living room to workplace with curtains and lamps to create a great atmosphere. Your clothing line having photographs taken is what is done a lot. Because the walls have a cool calming look, it does not distract. And so nice, use can be made of the hair salon. This is in the premises and has enough space so the Make Up Artist can work wonderfully on the models, make-up and hair styling. Changing clothes is also possible in this room. Or when a day is organised so that as many as 20 suppliers their own product all the way back. Think of a styledweddingshoot, it looks like a complete wedding, with all the trimmings. Bride and groom, wedding cake, dress, suit and everything else involved on such a day. And how about meditations, breathwork or wonderful intense sessions. Entirely to allow your self-development to grow and flourish. To connect with like-minded or inspiring people. To learn from each other and help each other where necessary. There are thick mattresses available, fine blankets and plenty of candles.
But also discuss topics in meetings, receive guests, arrange chairs as desired. Interaction on such a day can be well distributed because the venue is spacious enough to work out assignments in groups. With a beamer and screen the presentations show, discuss figures and then join us for a fantastic lunch.
Lunch can be either buffet style or served at a laid table with a lovely atmosphere. A fresh outdoor walk is easy as you are in the middle of nature. Various routes are available for both a small or large diversions.
There really is so much possible and the venue can be used in so many different ways. When you visit in advance and discuss your idea of the day, Mariëlle is happy to think through possibilities. With enough experience, she has organisational talent and will bring you up to speed on the possibilities. And of course, the day can be rounded off with a snack and drink so that you can go home recharged and full of inspiration.
So are you looking for a cool industrial venue? Where a lot is possible by mutual agreement? Listed has found it for you. Keur 16; a truly inspiring place in the outskirts of Schijndel. Here you can let your creativity flow and come up with the most beautiful ideas. Want to know more? Then take a look at This link.
The beautiful photos in this article were taken for and by: photos interior for Leen Bakker / photos fashion for Van Tilburg fashion / photos shoe for Bata superstore / the remaining photos were taken by photographer Charlie Yada Photography.