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How We Work at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch

Life as an interior design blogger can be extremely tough. You’re invited to parties all over Europe, you get to meet fascinating people and you get to see all the latest designs first. The invitation I got a while ago to attend the opening party of the How We Work Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Bois-Le-Duc proved to be no exception. Before I go on, let me clear up one thing. Den Bosch is a lovely town in the south of the Netherlands and has multiple names. The official Dutch name is ‘s-Hertogenbosch – and as I once learnt in high school, the official English name is Bois-Le-Duc. Très strangé!  if you ask me but there you go.

Now let me lay it on the line. If you’re interested in Dutch Design, How We Work is Not. To. Be. Missed. This exhibition features the latest work by a stellar lineup that includes Scholten & Baijings, Chris Kabel, rEnS and many, many other Dutch Designers. The exhibition is curated by none other than Tatjana Quax of Studio Aandacht and all her work ain’t been in vain for nothin’ since the Stedelijk Museum was positively packed during the opening party. And let me tell you, taking pictures at a busy museum party is pretty hard – people block your view, they get in the way or they bump into you, like Anne-Marie Ross did (nice to see you again). Still, I managed to take some halfway decent pictures. And here they are!

Scholten and Baijings at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch facebook

Colour Porcelain by Scholten & Baijings

How We Work at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch

Anne Wenzel Bright Solitude Chandelier

Anne Wenzel’s Bright Solitude Chandelier greeted me at the entrance of the Stedelijk Museum in Bois-Le-Duc

Chris Kabel Blue Sky Lamp at How We Work 0 Chris Kabel Blue Sky Lamp at How We Work 02 Chris Kabel Blue Sky Lamp at How We Work 04 Chris Kabel Blue Sky Lamp at How We Work 05 Chris Kabel Blue Sky Lamp at How We Work

The Blue Sky Lamp by Chris Kabel helps us beat winter depression 

Mae Engelgeer Yeah Rug

The Yeah Rug is the latest design by Mae Engelgeer

Pieke Bergmans - Phenomenon at the How We Work exhibition

Pieke Bergmans’ Phenomenon explores what neon looks like in a sphere instead of a tube. Nice! 

Rood Wood by Studio RenS at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch 02 Rood Wood by Studio RenS at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch

Different hues of red at the Rood Wood installation by Studio RenS

Scholten and Baijings 02 at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch Scholten and Baijings 03 at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch Scholten and Baijings 04 at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch Scholten and Baijings 05 at the Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch

 Colour Porcelain by Scholten & Baijings for 1616 / Arita

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