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Piet Boon (born 1958) is a Dutch architect and interior designer.

Originally a building contractor, Boon founded a design studio in 1982 that he now runs with his wife, Karin. Based in Oostzaan, near Amsterdam, the studio comprises architects and designers. He launched the "Piet Boon Zone" line of furniture and lighting in 2003 which now successfully operates in 34 countries. In addition to designs for private clients and various commercial housing developments, he designed the interior of the Delano Hotel in Las Vegas and beachhouses in the Caribbean amongst others. He has published three books - Piet Boon (2001), Piet Boon 2 (2005), and Piet Boon Beach (2007).

The garden for his own home in Oostzaan, designed by Piet Oudolf, was featured in the BBC's Around the World in 80 Gardens.


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nl:Piet Boon