Iconic landmark used for conferences, events, exhibitions, and cultural activities.
Beurs van Berlage is a conference and events centre in the heart of Amsterdam nearby Dam Square
The Beurs van Berlage was designed by renowned Dutch architect H.P. Berlage and was completed in 1903.
The Beurs van Berlage is a milestone in the history of modern architecture. It influenced many modernist architects, in particular functionalists and the Amsterdam School.
The interior of the Beurs van Berlage is characterized by its spaciousness and impressive architectural details.
The central hall, known as the Beurszaal, is a large open space with a high glass roof, supported by a steel framework. It was originally used as a trading floor, where merchants would gather to buy and sell various commodities.
In the expo foyer of the Beurs van Berlage exhibitions on architecture, design and applied arts are hosted on a regular basis.
It also houses a café, a restaurant, and various offices.
Beurs van Berlage with its characteristic bell tower
Fashion show at the Beurs van Berlage
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