If the movies of this week don’t work for you, here are some other things to do this weekend of 7-8 February:
Being the Netherlands the cradle of design, this the event of the week. Hosted in De Kromhouthal, an impressive warehouse former food factory and now location for many events, this weekend Design>Icons will welcome 60 collectors and exhibitors of vintage design. If you’re looking for your Eames or Mies Van Der Rohe, or a rare gem, don’t miss out.
Saturday February 7, 2015
14 – 20 hrs.
Admission: € 10.00
Sunday February 8, 2015
10 – 18 hrs.
Admission: € 5.00
Gedempt Hamerkanaal 231, 1021 KP Amsterdam (map)
If you’re a lover of vintage in every form, get lost in the biggest vintage market ever! Located in one of the coolest areas of Amsterdam, NDSM, IJ-Hallen happens almost once a month and goes from clothes, shoes, accessories, furniture, collectors items and everything you could think of. If you need to empty your attic, you can also book a spot to sell your things.
Go early and bring a trolley with you. You’ll need it!
Saturday 7 and Sunday 8
Tt. Neveritaweg 15, 1033 WB Amsterdam (map)
Admission: 4,5 €
If you want to get a glimpse of underground dance culture, this is the place to be. Paradiso hosts An international dance battle that attracts every year hundreds of dancers from abroad, who will have to fight against the jurors themselves.
HouseDanceForever organized by the Summer Dance Forever Dance Festival, which takes place in Amsterdam this summer from 11 / m August 19, 2015.
Saturday February 7 at 5pm
Weteringschans 6-8, 1017 SG Amsterdam (map)
Admission: 15 €
If you just want a quiet Sunday afternoon smelling old paper, De Zwijger is organizing this vintage book show at De Hallen, the new restored tram depot, filled with indoor foodtrucks, a library and a cinema. This time the theme is Film: the alley will be filled with 40 collectors and sellers from the whole country.
Sunday February 8th -
Hannie Dankbaar Passage 33, 1053 RT Amsterdam (map)