The Clock Tower

About this meeting room

DESIGNED BY ERIK KESSELS

UP TO 6P

Erik Kessels, renowned for his work in communication and art, took a unique approach when designing The Clock Tower, an inspiring meeting room. Instead of a typical blueprint, he transformed the space with a collection of re-appropriated clocks covering walls and ceiling.

An office for a day that evolves around the concept of time. Where anything can happen: workshops, trainings, master classes and even coaching sessions. The office consists of two floors and is located in the original clock tower. You can rent it for as long as you want, as long as you keep in mind that every passing hour, the clocks chime once more. Once your time is up, all of them go off, resulting in a cacophony. Curious how to stop this sound? You will understand when you’re there (spoiler: it’s something with a big red button).

All our meeting rooms are perfect for any kind of meetings, workshops, training sessions, presentations,  or even that much needed power nap (we don’t judge).

CATERING

being creative makes hungry

No one can work on an empty stomach. That’s why we love to take care of your healthy start of the day. The creative ideas will flow naturally after a diverse breakfast with a Lot(61) of coffee and tea by Kruidenthee Amsterdam. Optionally, you can have it in a package to go or enjoy it together at the long tables of the restaurant in a kick-off breakfast session.

A healthy lunch break in between sessions, just the way you like it. Healthy soups & salads or one of the many lunch options out of our restaurant menu.

End the day in style with a drink, snack or an extensive group dinner in our Capital Kitchen. We’d love to make you a delicious proposal.

Capital Kitchen is famous for their use of local products. And with local, we mean very local. We get our meat a bike-ride away and our veggies are from the province of Noord Holland.

Looking for the best croquettes in town? We get them from our (almost) neighbors Holtkamp.

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