Kanarie Club Amsterdam West: Een ‘next generation’-hospitalityconcept waar eten, drinken, werken en dansen centraal staan’.
23 maart, 2017| Door Dimitry
Kanarie Club Amsterdam West: Een ‘next generation’-hospitalityconcept waar eten, drinken, werken en dansen centraal staan’. De Hallen in Amsterdam West blijven maar vernieuwen: Waar voorheen Meat West en Brasserie Halte 3 zaten, is nu plaatsgemaakt voor de Kanarie club. De Kanarie Club is één grote hotspot geworden waar je kunt flexwerken, relaxen, eten, drinken én feesten.
De Fietskantine, a bike, barber and coffeeshop in one
13 januari, 2015| Door Dimitry
What to do on a rainy day in Amsterdam? De Fietskantine on Overtoom 141 in the Old west area, is a small bike store where they sell and repairs all kinds of bikes, specializing in custom bikes. De Fietskantine isn’t your usual bike shop but in fact a collaboration between three very unlikely candidates; a
Housed in a converted 1901-vintage tram station, “De Hallen,” (art-house cinema and boutique shops) is finally open for public! The place is filled with the coolest new bars, restaurants, lunch spots, a hotel, and of course, upscaling shopping and dining in the Jordaan/West district, as well as giving easy access to the city center. No
Hotel De Hallen, the new centre of culture in Amsterdam West
07 mei, 2014| Door Dimitry
A brand new hotspot recently opened up in Amsterdam West, called “De Hallen.” De Hallen is home to a hotel, restaurant, TV studio, cinema and library, located in an old tram shed in the Kinker-neigbourhood. It aims to be a new centre for culture, media, fashion and local craftsmanship. The giant passage, connecting the Ten
Located near the Ten Kate market, possibly one of the only markets in Amsterdam a tourist guide has not taken you yet, lies Bar Brouw. This cosy cafe restaurant is all about meat. Slow roasted or smoked meat. On the menu you find dishes with brisket, pork belly and ribs, many craft beers and whisky. Your
Dutch roof window manufacturer Fakro organized the ‘New Vision of the Loft 2,′ design competition, asking entrants to create unconventional loft concepts, full of natural light and to use at least 10 FAKRO roof window products. Winners Mateusz Mastalski from Poland and Ole Robin Storjohann from Germany won the competition with their “Live Between Buildings,”
If this home doesn’t look stylish as hell, I don’t know what does. The home, belonging to the esthetically immensely-developed British couple Samira Kafala & Jake Noakes and their two kids, Ramzy and Raya, has so much soul, it’s groovy, fun and lighthearted. Like many young creatives, the couple started traveling the world, and eventually