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 Centre piece by Studio Droog for Rijksmuseum 

Rijksmuseum


date:  9-14 April
location:  Milan

The new and completely transformed Rijksmuseum presents new designs based on Rijksstudio, developed by Studio Droog and deJongeKalff. Century old works reinterpreted in contemporary shapes, techniques and materials. A highlight is the famous centre piece by German silversmith Wenzel Jamnitzer, now lavishly decorated with 3D-printed magnetic miniatures of the Rijksmuseum collection. Rijksstudio consists of 125,000 digitized images of the rich collection of the Rijksmuseum. Please visit the website and get inspired.

www.rijksmuseum.nl/rijksstudio


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Rubber tablecloth

Rubber tablecloth

by deJongeKalff. Traditional craft is transformed through a modern material and technique.

Source: Embroidery Example with rectangular shield, Albrecht Dürer, 1507 – 1521... read more
Layer plates

Layer plates

by Studio Droog. The motif of a historical plate has been distilled onto four glass plates. Enjoy each on its own, stack them to recreate the original motif, or create one of your own imagination....... read more
Tasting glasses

Tasting glasses...

by Studio Droog. Historical glassware is blackened to mask the colour of the wine for blind tastings.

Source: Flute Glass with engraved vine and dancing and peasants, anonymous, ca 1680 -...... read more
Napkin collar

Napkin collar

by Studio Droog. A ruff is given a new function, adding a touch of elegance to any table setting.

Source: Irregular wavy ruff of linen batiste, consisting of a long strip on a linen collar...... read more
Forgotten tools

Forgotten tools

by Studio Droog. A range of classical cutlery with forgotten shapes. A salt scoop, fruit spoon, sugar spoon, butter trowel, and more, held together like a Swiss army knife.

Source: Salt...... read more
Centrepiece

Centrepiece

by Studio Droog. A lavishly decorated centre piece by German silversmith Wenzel Jamnitzer, is now re-decorated with 3D-printed magnetic miniatures of the Rijksmuseum collection.

Source:...... read more
Tattoo

Tattoo

by Studio Droog. Participate in a new kind of fl ower arranging with this body tattoo. Museum meets street culture.

Source: ‘Still life with flowers and glass vase’ by Jan...... read more