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Dutch design in Het Loo

a Royal meeting with Dutch Design

For the first time in the history of Palace Het Loo is deviated from a permanent establishment in these halls. With a new arrangement, exhibits from the depots that are rarely open to the public. And adding clothes, dinnerware and art. Curator Nicole Uniquole wants to establish a dialogue between the past and regal taste of contemporary Dutch design. The purpose of the exhibitionRoyal Showpieces” according to curator Nicole Uniquole is; the rich interiors of Het Loo Palace in conversation with contemporary design objects. The exhibition can be seen until June 29th in five historical rooms.

The Princess Chair by Tord Boontje is now in the historical rooms of Palace Het Loo.
The Princess Chair by Tord Boontje is now in the historical rooms of Palace Het Loo.

The exhibition shows work by Royal Showpieces include Jan Taminiau, Tord Boontje, Mieke Meijer, Scholten & Baijings, Scheltens & Abbenes, Paul Heijnen and Winde Rienstra. Even young designers JONGH LABEL are represented with their work. Additionally are showing foreign designers such as Ingo Maurer and Ying Gao, the palace rooms with surprising setups.

Artis picture of Scheltens &  Abbenes
Artis picture of Scheltens & Abbenes

Nicole Uniquole is assisted by the interior and exhibition designers Maarten Spruyt and Tsur Reshef. They allow visitors to see the New Dining Room, Audience Room, Bedroom-King William III, Salon of Prince William V and Queen Wilhelmina Lounge from a new perspective.

Flying Flames by Ingo Maurer. Photograhpy Tom Vack, München.
Flying Flames by Ingo Maurer. Photograhpy Tom Vack, München.

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