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Archive for the ‘Exhibition Design’ Category

A BEAUTIFUL THING

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A BEAUTIFUL THING

Client: Museum Hilversum

Project: Design of the exhibition “Een mooi ding/A Beautiful Thing”. 2010

This exhibition on design and craftsmanship in Holland from 1890 to 2010 presented the full spectrum of Dutch design creativity, varying from unique pieces to objects of mass production. The objects were not displayed chronologically but in groups according to type. Instead of small captions, each item featured a detailed label with information about the designer, material, technique, manufacture, edition, purchaser, etc.

In association with www.suopulab.nl

GOOI WOMEN IN ART

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GOOI WOMEN IN ART

Client: Museum Hilversum

Project: Concept and design of exhibition featuring the work of 41 female artists living in the Gooi region during the period 1850-2010.

To turn this eclectic selection of art into a coherent show, Archetypisch and SuopuLab displayed the works according to colour. All paintings, photographs and prints that make up a century of female art in the Gooi region were strictly arranged according to their chief colour. The tonal gradation generated interesting connections and associations between the various artworks.

In association with www.SuopuLab.nl

 

 

ZOMERDIJKSTRAATATELIERS

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ZOMERDIJKSTRAATATELIERS 1934-2010

Client: Arti et Amicitiae artists association, Amsterdam

Project: Exhibition design. 2010

Exhibition that documents the first studio apartments for artists in Amsterdam, built in 1934 by the architects Zanstra, Giesen and Sijmons. A 1:5 model of the apartment complex was installed at Arti et Amicitiae. Back projections brought the studios to life and illuminated the action and interaction inside the building.

In association with Yvonne van Versendaal

www.arti.nl

 

MUSEUM QUARTER

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MUSEUM QUARTER 1891-2010

Client: City of Amsterdam

Project: Exhibition design for Museum District, Amsterdam. 2008/2009

Past and future designs for Museum Square were displayed in clouds of mobiles all over the Zuiderkerk in Amsterdam. An ephemeral and dynamic installation that conveyed the development of the cultural heart of Amsterdam.

In association with www.suopulab.nl

 

ALL IS VANITY

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ALL IS VANITY

Client: Nederlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam

Project: Design of exhibition about daguerreotypes. 2009

The daguerreotype, the earliest type of photograph, was invented by Louis Daguerre in 1839. The image is exposed directly onto a mirror-polished surface of silver. To create an intimate setting for these small artefacts, SuopuLab and Archetypisch built a black box made up of showcases fitted with glass-fibre lighting.

In association with www.suopulab.nl

www.daguerreobase.org/

 

BENEVOLENT MANOEUVRES

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BENEVOLENT MANOEUVRES

Client: Architectenbureau K2, Amsterdam

Project: Design of exhibition with work by K2 at Salon Blauraum, Hamburg, Germany. 2003

The exhibition at the Salon Blauraum architecture gallery shows the work of K2, with a focus on their splendid architectural models. A moveable ladder placed in front of the window display offers additional information.

www.architectenbureau-k2.nl