De Kleine Komedie ('the small theatre') is probably the most iconic theatre of The Netherlands, next to the Rembrandtplein, the originale theatre district of Amsterdam.
Dating back to the 18th century, the theatre has always been a homeground for popular theatre.
Since then, it has always been a homeplace for the theatre community and a birthplace for talent.
During its long history, the building had been transformed on multiple occasions, resulting in a cramped, messy public foyer in front of the iconic theatre hall.
We had been asked to clean up its public foyer, reconnect the differentiated spaces and give the iconic hall a worthful public image.
We did so by actiavting the existing and historical spatial connections in the building.