Party Inside: Studio Modijefsky Reinvents Amsterdam Tram Depot as All-Day Space | Yatzer
In addition to its picturesque canals and museums, Amsterdam is also famous for its trams, whose slender design and the characteristic sound of its bell are such a significant part of the city's atmosphere. Dating back to the mid-19th century, Amsterdam's tram network is one of the largest in Europe, and connects almost every district and suburb to the city centre.
An abandoned tram depot in West Amsterdam, where trams used to be repaired and maintained, has found a new life as Kanarie Club, a multipurpose space that welcomes patrons from early morning to late into the night. The colourful space is designed by Studio Modijefsky, the designers behind other notable local hospitality projects, such as Bar Basquiat and Bar Botanique in the Amsterdam East district.