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If you like to discuss a potential design project, then you can follow these five easy steps:
1. send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us as +31 220 820 22 11
2. explain us in general your situation, and plans, so that we can help.
3. request our NDA, if you would like to share sensitive or strategic information.
4. don’t worry, if we are not the right partner for the project, we will honestly tell you.
5. if we seem to be the right partner, then we can plan an (online) meeting, go into details and make you an offer.
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Alskar Design BV
Gedempt Hamerkanaal 253
1021 KP Amsterdam
ING Bank Amsterdam
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Our industrial design studio is located in the Kromhouthal, a great creative location, just on the shore of the river IJ in Amsterdam, close to the Central Station.
The location has a rich history, starting in 1908 when the family Goedkoop started shipbuilding activities on the site. After they developed a succesful engine, they needed a factory and in 1925 built a manufacturing plant for diesel engines. In 1966 the factory was sold to Stork, who started to manufacture equipment for the food industry in the plant. In the 80’s the industrial activities were moved to other locations and the factory was empty for a long time.
In 2009 the social housing corportation Eigen Haard bought the site, re-named the site to ‘De Overkant’ and transformed the old factory into a creative hotspot.