World Editions is a relatively new initiative founded in 2013 by Eric Visser as a spin-off idea from his main project, De Geus, an independent publishing house in the Netherlands. De Geus was founded as a brave attempt to open to Dutch publishing world from what was a circuit of Dutch-only, or a select few translated from English into Dutch.
I would like to raise a toast to Dutch twins, Joyce and Raissa de Haas, the UK’s youngest contributors to the UK beverage industry. The Double Dutch duo, like many entrepreneurs began brainstorming their business idea in the kitchen back in Antwerp, making juices and mixed drink concoctions to add a little flavour to the house parties.
The National Gallery is considered to house the finest collection of 17th century Dutch Art outside the Netherlands, including an important collection of Rembrandts as well as two late Vermeer’s “A Lady Standing at a Spinet” and “A Lady Seated at a Spinet”.
Due to the historical connections between the United Kingdom and The Netherlands, there are many notable Dutch influences in British architecture, most notably in London. The best examples of this is Kensington Palace, the main residences of King William III and Mary II.