Hurray, UP TO DO GOOD is open again!
We are so happy to welcome you back in our store. We are ready to inspire you to do good, together we can make to world a better place!
Hopefully the worst this corona virus is behind is. After months of lock down, slowly but surely daily life returns! It is getting busier at Schiphol Plaza and all stores are open again. Needless to say that we are so happy to be back.
Now this lock down period is over, we feel energized and motivated (even more) to contribute to a better world. So you are more than welcome to visit our store and of course browse in our web shop. Of course the health and safety of our customers is very important. Therefore, we made sure that our store is a safe place (we maintain 1,5 m distance and have installed "sanitizing stations" in our store). Our employees work in conformity with all needed safety measures.
During the lock down, we kept moving! We looked for beautiful brands to expand our collection in store and online. In addition we further developed our own private label, we added t-shirts (made of 100% biological cotton and with the proceeds we support "de Voedselbank"), cushions and an UP TO DO GOOD beauty line. Are you looking to indulge yourself or someone else? Please check out our UP TO DO GOOD care products. These fair trade products smell delicious and take care of your skin. And extra beautiful is that all ingredients of the products contribute to improvement of the conditions of living of the farmers producing these ingredients.
UP TO DO GOOD also hosts various exhibitions. All relating to sustainability and design and a connection with the 17 sustainable development goals as adopted by the United Nations. In our current exhibition we show Studio Planq and Thirza Schaap. Studio Planq, founded by twin brothers with an addiction to design. With a back ground as engineers, they know all about materials and how to use it. This in combination with their passion for nature and environment, Studio Planq creates interiors,life style products and furniture using used materials.
Thirza Schaap, a Dutch photographer from Amsterdam moved in 2012 to Capetown and witnessed the huge amounts of plastic on the beaches. Thirza decided to act and she started the art project “Plastic Ocean”. Every day she collects the plastic from the beach and makes photographs to draw attention to this pollution and at the same time create art. Part of her beautiful work is on display at UP TO DO GOOD and of course this work is also for sale!
We’re up to do good
We very much looking forward to welcome you again in our re-opened conceptstore on Schiphol Plaza and our online platform! Ready to do some good? Come see us and help to to maximize our impact.
Stay safe & be good!