Covid-proof

Virtual Kintsugi Workshop

Create a golden connection between you and your colleagues from a distance!

Do you feel like breaking something on purpose? This is your chance!

Each participant receives a box with all the tools you need and an item that we first break and then repair together. Choose a feel-good & mindful activity! No prior experience needed.

Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese art of mending pieces together with golden lacquer. It’s about Wabi-Sabi, embracing imperfections, and the belief that something is more beautiful thanks to its golden cracks.

Make your teambuilding extra valuable by giving your colleagues the chance to voice their good intentions and link them to their repaired object or give them the space to turn their (work) insecurities into something positive.

Our products are food safe, bio-based and dishwasher proof. This way you can actually use them afterwards!

Number of participants

From 4 up to 100 people

Languages

Dutch, English

Duration

1 to 2 hours

Budget indication

€37.5 per participant

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Due to a peak in demand we currently cannot organise B2C events with less than 20 participants. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Due to a peak in demand we currently cannot organise catering for events with less than 20 participants. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
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Tip: Most of our activities are fully booked in September. Booking in October will give you a lot more options.
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Virtual Kintsugi Workshop

37.50

Create a golden connection between you and your colleagues from a distance!

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