Tiny Offices

an office on the lake

Get out of your work bubble at home and come work at Basecamp! Get stuff done in the Not So Tiny Office from 9am to 5pm with lake view! The offer is including unlimited access to organic coffee, tea, water and yummie goodies.

Rather stay the night? Book your stay in one of our Tiny Houses now
The Not So Tiny Office


Acces from 9am to 6pm

€ 75, – up to two people
€ 18,50 per additional person


  • Projector
  • Screen
  • Boardroom
  • Whiteboard
  • Lounge
  • Office tools
  • Outdoor seating
  • Kitchenette
  • Toilet


The Not So Tiny Office can accommodate up to 10 people, as long as 1,5 meter distance is maintained at all times.


Contact our team by sending an email to info@basecamp-ijmuiden.nl, call +31 (0) 20 244 2324 or click the WhatsApp button at the bottom right of the screen.

Food & Drinks

We will make sure you stay refreshed with our offer of organic coffee, tea, cookies, fruit and nuts.

Lunch, dinner or drinks can be arranged! Go for a sandwich lunch or a lunch platter, shared dining or a ‘borrel’ plateau with drinks.


Would you like to spice up your meeting or work day? Reach out to our team and we will walk you through the numerous options and our favourite activities in the area.


The Not So Tiny Office is the first building on the left when you enter Basecamp.


Basecamp IJmuiden is easily accessible, both by car and public transport. The bus stops less than 500 meters from the premises. From Amsterdam Sloterdijk, bus line 382 goes directly to IJmuiden aan Zee. Furthermore, there is no shortage of parking space. Parking for one car is included. Every extra car is €10,- extra.


The Not So Tiny Office is located in one of the first Wikkelhouses ever made. Each Wikkelhouse is tailor-made by specialized craftsmen in Amsterdam. Wikkelhouses are wrapped in cardboard, or wikkelen, as we say in Dutch. Cardboard isolates and gives your house exceptional constructive strength. As you know, cardboard is made of wood, but did you know you can build five times as many Wikkelhouse from one tree by using wood and cardboard instead of just wood? Over 60% of the Wikkelhouse is made of wood, very sustainable! Furthermore, flax is being used as an insulator. Flax is one of the oldest sustainable fibers. A wikkelhouse consists of 1.2 meter-deep segments that can easily be connected and disconnected. The modular setup makes the house as flexible as a Lego house. Add extra segments for extra meters. Wikkelhouse is working on becoming 100% sustainable. They use renewable materials only and work hard to lower the carbon emissions.

Tired of working from home? In need of a change of scenery? Work a day in The Not So Tiny Office!