KODE – the Art Museums of Bergen has one of the most unique venues for small or lagre events, meetings and receptions.
KODE 1, is situated in the heart of the city and is a part of Bergen’s Art museums and Composer Homes. KODE can give your meeting or event a memorable and unique experience.
KODE 1 is the building for fine craft and design. In the last two years, this building from 1896 has undergone comprehensive rehabilitation: both the building and the collections are more accessible to the public and the museum had its grand opening in May 2017.
The building also re-opened the 4 th floor offering venues for meetings and events. In this historical and cultural location you can organize a truly memorable event using.
Here are the 4 different venues which can be used:
This is the largest room is decorated with art collections from various time, artists and from different parts of the world. The room can be used for small or large meetings, banquet dinners or receptions.
Cinema seating: 200 people
Classroom seating: 110 people (round tables) / 150 people classroom tables
Banquet: 130 people
Reception: 250 people
Size: 210 m2
Ambrosia – a small venue with a view over the beautiful city park
Named after one of Norway’s first female sculpture artists who also made the sculpture in the front of KODE 1. Suitable for smaller events or meetings or as a VIP lounge.
Cinema seating: 40 people
Classroom seating: 30 people
Banquet: 30 people
Reception: 50 people
Size: 56 m2
Named after the founder and father of the KODE 1 building – Johan Bøgh. A small meeting room suitable for board meetings, a small parallell session etc. The room is decorated and has the same interior as the old board room of KODE 1.
Board meeting: 10 people
Cinema style: 30 people
Size: 28 m2
The old library is now of the exhibitons in KODE 1. This area is suitable for receptions and welcome area. The clockroom and bathrooms are also located here. There is also a piano which can be used for receptions etc.
Reception: 200 personer
Size: 104 m2
All of the rooms offers modern and state-of-the art technical needs one may have for a meeting or an event.
We can also offer exclusive tours at the museum together with an aperitiff. Please contact us for more information.
KODE also offers private concerts in the home of the world wide known composer Edvard Grieg, or at the islands of the former violonist Ole Bull.
You are more than welcome to contact us for an offer or any other questions!
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