Former office building of Royal F.W. Braat N.V. (1932). The company produced metal products for the construction industry and is known, among other things, for its steel window frames. Architect Jan de Bie Leuveling Tjeenk designed this large office building, needless to say, with steel window frames. Stained-glass window in stairwell, designed by De Stijl-artist Vilmosz Huszár. Nowadays, Bacinol 2 is a hub for artists, designers, and photographers, and houses café-restaurant Huszár. It is also (again) used as an office by Braat glass constructions.