The fireplace room of the Chamber of Crafts is particularly suitable for small discussions, group work or as a conference office. I quote from the pages of the Chamber of Crafts:
This room is named after the tiled stove that was built in 1915 after a model from the Hamburg Museum of Decorative Arts. The Hamburg building and landscape motifs on the original tiles in front of a tiled wall with symbols and coats of arms of the various guilds also date from this period.
The oven gives the room a very special ambience. But also the paintings hanging in the room from the founding period of the Chamber of Crafts and the small details on the windowsill, such as the lamp (as the cover of this article) and the porcelain clock:
On the wall next to the entrance door there is a large old grandfather clock:
For me it was especially interesting to discover the many small details and to capture them in pictures. Sometimes not so easy, because as with the grandfather clock, an opposite window was mirrored in the glass surfaces. That’s why I took the clock diagonally from the side.