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kf ♥ het concertgebouw

What is the sound of a house? A wheel? What do you hear when you are in love? The ‘Concertgebouw’ in Amsterdam is celebrating her 125th birthday and 2013 is filled with special concerts and other events. For example the concert series ‘Geheimen voor je Oren’. It takes children on a wonderful journey in the world of music, instruments and musicians.
From March 2 till the end of June. Click HERE for more information

kf ♥ AFW

Upcoming weeks, Amsterdam is in the full fashion-mode. After kleine fabriek last Sunday and Monday, Amsterdam Fashion week’s first Fashion Weekend starts from January 19, followed by Modefabriek starting on Sunday January 20th . With the Fashion Weekend, AFW wants to bring fashion from the catwalk to the sidewalk and introduce the consumer to upcoming Dutch fashion industry talents. Throughout the weekend over 50 events will be organized in the surroundings of Museum Square in the streets: Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, Van Baerlestraat and PC Hoofstraat. read more

kf ♥ expo op keizersgracht

Is it a coincidence that we see three great exhibits by female photographers at the Keizersgracht this January?  Take a stroll along the canal and compare: at Keizersgracht 609, FOAM Amsterdam shows the work of eccentric Diane Arbus (Sunday 13th final day: don’t miss it!). On the other side of the canal, at 672, stands the house of the Amsterdam regent family Van Loon. read more

kf ♥ my first car

Yes, this weekend is the official launch of  ‘My First Car’ by Viktor & Rolf for Bugaboo. It was already presented in Paris last June, but now available in selected stores.

Bugaboo collaborated together with fashion designer duo Viktor &  Rolf to create a brand new exclusive limited edition. The result of this collaboration includes the new Bugaboo Cameleon3 and matching footmuff and is inspired by a convertible car. read more

kf ♥ modefabriek blog

Exactly 12 months ago kleine fabriek’s big sister ‘Modefabriek’ launched her blog. The blog is written in English and covers fashion, brands & shops, design, places, music & videos. The blog aims to offer quality content and serve as an informative and inspirational platform. It is written by bloggers from the Modefabriek organisation and a group of regular and guest bloggers. Every blogger will share his or her knowledge within his or her area of expertise. As a result, the Modefabriek blog will provide a detailed and diverse overview of everything that matters at the moment in the field of fashion, not only in Amsterdam and the rest of the Netherlands, but elsewhere as well. Within one year the blog team expanded to 22 people. Read here all their inspiring stories.

kf ♥ salon/

SALON/Istanbul, held from June 30 until July 15 2012, is a crossover event that aims to create inspirational dialogues and experiences in art, design and fashion and seeks to tread outside the boundaries of disciplines and regular spaces.
Kleine fabriek’s participant since the first edition Kidscase, is part of this event. The exhibition BEGINNINGS crowns the long-term and fruitful collaboration between Kidscase and photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen. read more

kf ♥ foam

Ode to photo album in Foam Amsterdam

Album Beauty is an ode to the vanishing era of the photo album. Creative Erik Kessels (1966, The Netherlands) made his career in advertisement and is a collector of vernacular photography. He spent many days at outdoor markets and junk stores, collecting amateur narratives of family history. For photography museum Foam he used these to create an unorthodox installation.

29 juni – 14 oktober,  Foam Amsterdam
Keizersgracht 609, 1017 DS Amsterdam

kf ♥ hermitage

From 16 June, Hermitage Amsterdam will be showing the works of world famous impressionists in a major exposition named ‘Sensation and Inspiration’. Monet, Renoir, Cézanne… All big names united in a wonderful building! Go see how their view on nature and colour changed the arts.

kf ♥ scheepvaartmuseum

With the reopening of the renovated Scheepvaartmuseum (National Maritime Museum) last year, Amsterdam has regained one of its most important museums. Het Scheepvaartmuseum houses one of the world’s biggest collections of nautical art and artefacts, including globes, paintings and ship models. The collection is the backbone of various exhibitions about the Netherlands and the country’s elemental connection with the sea. Stimulating, interactive exhibits – with film and sound fragments – bring 500 years of maritime history to life for all ages. Make sure to visit ‘De Zeereis’ (Voyage at Sea) to experience a virtual sea battle of the 17th century.  Another big attraction, both literally and figuratively, is the replica of the Dutch East Indiaman the Amsterdam, docked alongside the quay.

kf ♥ restaurant week kids

Not all children like to eat a typical kids menu of hamburger, hotdogs and fries. Families who are ready for something more adventurous can check out a great selection of Amsterdam restaurants during the upcoming Restaurant Week Kids. From April 29th to May 6th all kinds of eateries offer a special gastronomic menu for children and their company. We gladly recommend Restaurant Stork that is situated close to our office and has a great view, as well as Bridges, to be known as one of the best restaurants in town. A three course dinner is offered for €30 for adults and €15 for kids. A 3 course lunch is €25/12,50. Of every meal €1,50 is donated to charity organization Cliniclowns.

kf ♥ eye film

Amsterdam has got a new cultural hot spot. Eye, the Dutch national film institute, moved from it’s cosy historic building in Vondelpark to the waterfront on the North side of the city, opposite Amsterdam Central Station. It’s new home is quite spectacular, giving the impression a space shuttle landed on the banks of the IJ. Eye is more than a movie theatre, showing productions that span the entirety of international film history: from silent films dating back to the start of cinema to the newest digital productions. It is also an exhibition centre and organises all kinds of projects and events related to film. For children there is a special program a few days a week, with special events during the holidays. Last but not least: it is a great spot to have lunch or diner with a view, inside or outside. Pedestrians and bicyclists can hope on a free ferry behind CS to reach Eye.

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