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The Elephant in the Room

Designed by Klaas Kuiken

The initial signature room designs by product designer Klaas Kuiken were easy to carry, but the final result is impossible to move. Using Lost-Foam Casting (LFC) as a basis for his cast iron table, chairs, cabinet and coat rack, Kuiken has designed an interior solid as a rock. LFC involves pouring hot cast iron into molds out of Styrofoam, allowing him to use the lightest material available to create some of the heaviest objects in the Capital C building. Klaas Kuiken’s signature room holds, quite literally, the elephant in the room.

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The Round Room

Designed by Remy & Veenhuizen

The Circle of Life was never planned to feature all kinds of round objects, it just happened. Ever since the beginning of their career, Remy & Veenhuizen declared the world their toolkit and in the case of their signature room in Capital C, they declared their Tube Table the centerpiece of the space. The tube table – what’s in a name – is constructed of cardboard tubes and its round shape forms the basis of the overall interior design: everything is round and found its way into the design by accident.

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The Modern Fossil

Designed by Dirk van der Kooij

Dirk van der Kooij’s signature room is an ode to the end of an era of CDs and records. The room's centerpieces are two conference tables, constructed from obsolete compact disks and records. Look closer and you'll read the scribbles and images of their original content. You may not think about it much, but CDs are some of the most difficult recyclables from the 2000s. Dirk van der Kooij found a way to reuse them by making them into a tabletop of, what he calls, Modern Fossils.

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The clockwork

Designed by Erik Kessels

Erik Kessels is famous for his work in communication and art, not for his interior design. Therefore, when creating this office for a day, he didn’t start with a blueprint of the clock tower, but with an idea. The result, the Clockwork, is a collection of clocks re-appropriated and covering all walls and the ceiling. You can rent it for as long as you want, as long as you keep in mind that with every passing hour, the clocks chime once more. Once your time is up, all of them sound off, resulting in a cacophony that you can only escape by pressing a big red button to leave.

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The Crazy Diamond 2.0

Designed by Aart van Asseldonk

Aart van Asseldonk’s Crazy Diamond boardroom reflects the original purpose of the building; every piece of furniture derives from the original molecular structure and unpolished qualities of diamonds. The room breathes a sophisticated atmosphere, although the materials used in the interior are by no means on the level of diamonds. Van Asseldonk only works with affordable and durable materials. For the occasion of this boardroom, he even left some of the furniture unfinished as the creative process is never done.

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The Essential

Designed by Sabine Marcelis

A large table, chairs, and a coat rack. No hotchpotch, no distraction. Sabine Marcelis’ signature room is completely in line with her own minimalist style. A large glass plate balancing on one single leg functions as a table, surrounded by the iconic SE69 chairs by Martin Visser, which Sabine gave a subtle makeover. It makes for a stylized, yet warm room. As in Marcelis’ book, ‘minimal’ does not necessarily mean ‘cold’. The light object above the table and the colours of the other objects in the room come in warm, bright colours that will light up any meeting.

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The Pink Salon

Designed by Ineke Hans

The signature room of Ineke Hans, one of the Netherlands’ most successful designers, is available for a romantic dinner for two or a board meeting and everything in between. The ten Roald chairs in the room can be positioned in space flexibly. Roald, inspired on the chair on which Roald Dahl wrote his children’s books, is a chair and a desk in one and, like the room itself, Roald is pink. Roald makes the Pink Salon suitable for all kinds of activities – from meeting and gathering to getting your nails or hair done.

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The Skyscape

Designed by Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten likes ideas that come from having your head in the sky. Surrounded by a curtain made of an aerial photograph, the room is set up in the clouds. With Hutten-designed chairs and a curtain that transforms into a projection screen, your presentations will defy gravity. Hutten’s Skyscape curtain, like most of his designs, will this not necessarily solve the problem for which you came to the meeting in the first place, but it will create possibilities to see beyond that problem.

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