The Graanbeurszaal, which translates as the grain exchange hall, was designed with a special glass saw-tooth roof, enabling traders to optimally inspect the grain in the northern light. The room now forms the perfect setting for conferences, seminars and events. It can also be used in various ways, just like the other two large halls.
In the Graanbeurszaal, large quantities of grain imported from abroad were traded in 1903. Due to the arrival of telex and telephones, after the Second World War grain traders had less need for transactions through the Beurs van Berlage. Until 1976, a permanent exhibition on industrial design was on show in the Graanbeurszaal and the world's first options exchange was held there. From 1985 to 2013, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra used the Graanbeurszaal.
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