Dutch designers turned the old port crane into a luxury apartment
Yays Concierged Boutique Apartments (Netherlands), which provides rental services, offers its customers not only the usual Yays-Crane apartments, equipped in a decommissioned port crane. The crane was built in 1958, but with the advent of sea containers, he was out of work. From the final write-off and dismantling it saved a group of designers led by Edward van Vliet.
Yays-Crane is a three-story luxury apartment with a total area of 40 square meters. meters. On the first floor, where the kitchen is located, a dining room for four people and a living room leads a spiral staircase. On the second floor there is a bathroom with a bath, a toilet, a washbasin and a shower, and a bedroom with a double bed, from where you can reach the small terrace.
From the terrace to the third floor leads a staircase. Where there used to be a crane operator’s workplace, another bedroom is equipped. From here through the glazed wall the magnificent panorama opens with a view of the port, the city and the river. The apartment can be rented all year long at a price of $ 850 per day.