June 25, 2015

Edwin Pelser Minimarket by UNOBVIOUS @ De Hallen

image via here

Every now and again a new hotspot pops up in every city.
In Amsterdam the latest place to be is 'De Hallen' a former tram depot in the West side of town.

One of the occupants of this garage complex is creative studio Unobvious, and together with Edwin Pelser (of the well known designstore in Den Haag) they set up a temporary mini-design-supermarket.

Image courtesy of UNOBVIOUS

The Minimarket is all about making design approachable: prices start at €1,80,-, with the most expensive piece costing €199,-.
The shops' interior is made of 100 auction boxes, that showcase the collection of young Dutch and Scandinavian Design in a surprisingly stylish way.

We're very happy the Minimarket is a point of sale for Waterworks.
Make sure to visit the hotspot before its gone: visit the Minimarket before the end of the year.

Image courtesy of UNOBVIOUS

Edwin Pelser Minimarket by UNOBVIOUS
Hannie Dankbaarpassage 8
De Hallen - Amsterdam
Wed - Sun | 12:00 - 18:00
(Pop-Up: Runs until the end of 2015)

Click here for more about De Hallen.

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