Going to Amsterdam is always a good idea. The Dutch are friendly and welcoming, the city is beautiful, the music is good, and there are always interesting things to do and visit. If you happen to head there why not dive into to Kanarie Club pool for some cocktails? Once an old tram depot built in 1902, it has had several different lives to this day. Amongst them include as a transportation museum in 1996, occupied by squatters in 2005 who created a pool with rainwater, and now a workspace, restaurant and bar. Studio Modijefsky have playfully renovated the space, which is divided with different ceiling heights and platforms. The space accommodates people who want to work during the day with facilities such as powerpoints, lockers, and group tables. When you feel peckish you can head to the restaurant and get your taste buds going. And last but not least when your workday is over it’s time to relax and enjoy drinks at the Pool bar which seating area that looks like a pool. You can step into it while sipping on a cocktail and not drown with the life cushions that will keep you afloat. The Kanarie Club is the perfect place to go to at all hours of the day.
Did you know: There are approximately 11 million wooden poles that support Amsterdam’s buildings. These wooden poles are 15 to 20 meters that are sunk 11 meters deep into the mud on average.