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Brasserie-Hotel Antje van der Statie (Weert)

It isn’t common practice to name a hotel after an elderly lady, but that is exactly what has happened with the Brasserie-Hotel Antje van der Statie in Weert, in The Netherlands. Antje van der Statie was a baker and the inventor of the Weert tart, which she used to sell to travellers in the early 20th Century. The newly opened brasserie and hotel is now following in the footsteps of this very hospitable lady, with a harmonious interior design concept, a cosy atmosphere and plenty of modern comforts thanks to the use of Hager Group products. The electrotechnical equipment includes a specially developed version of the Berker K.1, Hager KNX home automation systems  and Hager enclosures. “For a complex project like this one, you need a partner who will support you from start to finish,” says head electrician Chris Steijvers. “We found the perfect partner in Hager.”


Project: Brasserie-Hotel Antje van der Statie, Weert

Location: Weert, The Netherlands

Products and solutions: Berker R.1, Hager KNX home automation systems, Hager enclosures



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