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Going Dutch Cok de Rooy picks cutting-edge classics


The Frozen Fountain, overlooking the canal on Amsterdam’s picturesque Prinsengracht, opened in 1992, selling a carefully curated collection of furniture and home accessories from mostly Dutch designers. Co-owner Cok de Rooy has an eye for spotting new talent, though you can also find the pieces of more established brands. De Rooy’s passion lies in working with designers on exclusive exhibitions and commissions, like the three items below. —MAX FRASER

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