Noorderparkkamer cafe by Bureau SLA & Overtreders W, Amsterdam

December 2nd, 2012 by retail design blog

The ‘Noorderparkkamer’ runs projects to improve social cohesion in Amsterdam North. It does this with great succes. To give room for a small cafe next to their ‘office’ we designed the Noorderparkbar. Completely constructed out of second hand materials from ‘marktplaats’ (the dutch e-Bay) the design is both low in costs and easy to construct. Still has a ‘wicked’ look though.

Designed by Bureau SLA & Overtreders W















http://www.bureausla.nl
http://www.overtreders-w.nl
http://www.archdaily.mx/46957/noorderparkbar-bureau-sla-overtreders-w/

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One thought on “Noorderparkkamer cafe by Bureau SLA & Overtreders W, Amsterdam

  1. What a fantastic idea to create a building from second hand materials and it looks great too. Love the tiles in the toilets, very creative

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