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Det van Oers, interior designer 

has been working at cepezedinterior since 2013. Every day, she strives to get the best out of herself and others. It is her drive to inspire, motivate and stimulate.

Det studied Architectural Design and Interior Architecture at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. She received a start-up grant from the Fonds Beeldende Kunst, Vormgeving & Bouwkunst Amsterrdam in 1992 and started the spatial and graphic design agency LSO with two partners. Assignments included the design of various offices, schools and exhibitions.

Then, for almost twenty years, she was project architect at Merkx+Girod architects in Amsterdam, where she worked on high-profile interior, restoration and renovation projects such as the Council of State in The Hague, the Stedelijk Museum Dordrecht and Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Det also redesigned the Trêveszaal and Statenzaal at the Binnenhof in The Hague and designed the interior of the Norman Foster-designed headquarters of Ernst & Young at the Zuidas in Amsterdam.

Since the beginning of 2013, she has been part of cepezedinterior and is the creative director of the team. In her work, Det combines a strong empathic and intuitive capacity with a strong analytical and methodical approach. Her natural modus is stylish and modest design, with a small splurge here and there. What she appreciates in cepezed is the no-nonsense attitude and the analytical, conceptual approach to desgin.

For several years, she worked at Kho Liang Ie Associates in Amsterdam, where she designed the lay-out of the G-Pier at Schiphol Airport. The project around the A-pier, on which she worked with cepezedinterior, was therefore even more special.

A personal click with the company and the client often leads to a pleasand process and beautiful custom work, as in the case of the interior of the pharmaceutical company Genmab on the Utrecht Science Park, the Police Service Centres in Rotterdam and Zwolle and the Van Spaendonck Enterprise house in Tilburg.