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Gallery about innovation in Vienna (Thonet and the Wiener Werkstätte). To the left: Michael Thonet, bench Nr. 4 (variation on Café Daum-furniture). Next to it: Michael Thonet, Nr. 14, 1859-60. And to the right three chairs  from the Wiener Werkstätte period, around 1900. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Wallpaper designed by Bas van Beek, based on motifs by Dagobert Peche, Wiener Werkstätte. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery about innovation in Vienna (Thonet and Wiener Werkstätte). From left to right: Michael Thonet, bench Nr. 4 (variation on Café Daum-furniture); Michael Thonet, Nr. 14, 1859-60; August Thonet, Nr. 51, 1883-85; Michael Thonet, rocking chair Nr. 1, 1862. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Wallpaper designed by Bas van Beek, based on motifs by Dagobert Peche, Wiener Werkstätte. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery Amsterdam School, from left to right: John Rädecker, Girl, Three-Quarter Figure, 1920-24, several designs by Hildo Krop: buffet, 1920; clock, ca 1920; chair, 1914; sculpture Female Figure, 1930; sculpture Standing Nude, 1950. Wall photo by Carel Blazer of Hildo Krop sculpture De onbevangenheid der mensen tegenover het leven, 1936. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Wallpaper by Bas van Beek, inspired by wallpaper designs by Lambertus Zwiers. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

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K.P.C. de Bazel, book case, 1909; Theo Colenbrander, carpet Artisjok (Artichoke), 1895. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Floor carpet by Bas van Beek, inspired by a design by K.P.C. de Bazel. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

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Case with cups and saucers Cup and Paste, 2010, by Bas van Beek and various designs by which he was inspired, amongst which A.D. Copier, flowerpots, 1928, and a print of a carpet design by K.P.C. de Bazel. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam(carpet design collection Het Nieuwe Instituut). Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery with one-piece furniture, clockwise from top: Ray & Charles Eames in cooperation with Margaret Harris, leg splint for the US Navy, 1942; Gerrit Rietveld, Aluminum Chair, 1942-43, prototype; Han Pieck, armchair LaWo I, 1944; Sori Yanagi, Elephant Stool, 1954; Ron Arad, Eight By One, 1990. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Designs for children, with from left to right, amongst others: high chair by Michael Thonet, 1862; Schaukelwagen, Hans Brockhage and Erwin Andrä, 1950; Gerrit Rietveld, cot, 1945; Piet Zwart, child seat, 1920; rocking horse Rocking Beauty by Gloria Caranica, 1964-1966; cot and high chair by Titia Frieling-van Osselen, 1973-1974; Office Chair, Ineke Hans, 2001; playpen Love, Maarten Vrolijk, 2003. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Toys and dolls, with designs by, amongst others:  Maarten Vrolijk, Ineke Hans, Anthon Beeke, Enzo Mari, Elisabeth Scrutton, Käthe Kruse, Ray & Charles Eames, Victor Vaserély. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

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Dutch minimalism, with from let to right: Benno Premsela, Benno Mirror, 1956; Kho Liang Ie, couch model 680, 1968 and coffee table model 826, 1966; Aldo van den Nieuwelaar, cupboard A’dammer, 1973; Martin Visser, armchair Sz28, 1973; Benno Premsela, mirror DS 10, 1968. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Dutch minimalism, with from left to right: Ad Dekkers, Relief with 3 Circles, 1967; Aldo van den Nieuwlaar, lamps from the TC series, 1969. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery ‘Sottsass and Postmodernism’, with from left to right: Ettore Sottsass, wardrobe Superbox, 1966; vase No. 10, 2006;  Cabinet No. 70, 2006; coffee table Park Lane, 1983; fruit bowl Murmansk, 1982; lamp Ashoka, 1981. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Wallpaper Bas van Beek, animations Bas van Beek and V2_Lab for the Unstable Media based on Memphis-designs by Nathalie du Pasquier. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery ‘Sottsass and Postmodernism’: Nathalie du Pasquier and Laura Reggi, coat from the series Good Day for Dogs, 1986; George Sowden, chair Gloucester, 1986; Michele De Lucchi, chair First (with blue panel), 1983 and couch Lido, 1982; Masanori Umeda, cupboard Ginza, 1982. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Wallpaper Bas van Beek, animations Bas van Beek and V2_Lab for the Unstable Media based on Memphis designs by Nathalie du Pasquier. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery with the theme of ‘Sustainability’, clockwise: Piet Hein Eek, Scrapwood Cupboard, 1990; Bär & Knell Design, chair Confetti, 1993; Marleen Kaptein, Fibre Placement Chair, 2014; Dirk Vander Kooij, Endless Flow Saloon Table, Endless Pulse Low Chair and Endless Flow Rocking Chair, 2010; Enzo Mari/Cucula, Ambassador’s Chair, 1974. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Gallery with contemporary themes such as diversity and open design: Pharrell Williams for Adidas, NMD SOLARHU, 2018; Jesse Howard, Vacuum from the series Transparent Tools, 2012. Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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Screen with about thirty designs in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, amongst which an inflatable face shield by Margstudio. In the glass case a face mask by Carlos Amorales and Corona postcards by Dutch designers, an initiative by Lex Reitsma. Photo Gert Jan van Rooij

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From left to right: Michael Thonet, couch Nr. 4 (variation on Café Daum-furniture), 1849-1850, prod. Gebrüder Thonet, Vienna; Marcel Wanders, Sparkling, 2010, prod. Magis, Torre di Mosto (IT); Richard Hutten, Stedelijk-chair (prototype), 2008, prod. Lensvelt, Breda (NL); Vally Wieselthier, vase, 1927, ex. Wiener Werkstätte, Vienna; Ettore Sottsass, table Park Lane, 1983, produced under the supervision of Memphis.
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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From left to right: Michael Thonet, couch Nr. 4 (variation op Café Daum-furniture), 1849-1850, prod. Gebrüder Thonet, Vienna; Marcel Wanders, Sparkling, 2010, prod. Magis, Torre di Mosto (IT); Richard Hutten Stedelijk-chair (prototype), 2008, prod. Lensvelt, Breda (NL).
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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Three chairs by Gerrit Rietveld, from left to right: Aluminum chair, 1942-1943, prod. Gerrit and Wim Rietveld; Military chair 1, 1923, produced under the supervision of Gerrit Rietveld; Eerste Model (First Model) (prototype), 1927, produced under the supervision of Gerrit Rietveld.
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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Clockwise: Piet Hein Eek, Sloophoutkast, 1990; Bär & Knell Design, Konfetti, 1993; Marleen Kaptein, Fibre Placement Chair, 2014, prod. LABEL/BREED; Jesse Howard, Vacuum, 2012; Dirk van der Kooij, Endless Flow Saloon Table, 2010; Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Adidas, NMD SOLAR HU shoes, 2018.
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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Clockwise: Piet Hein Eek, Sloophoutkast, 1990; Bär & Knell Design, Konfetti, 1993; Dirk van der Kooij, Endless Flow Saloon Table, 2010; Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Adidas, NMD SOLAR HU shoes, 2018.
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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From left to right: Patrick Jouin, C2-chair from the series Solid, 2004, prod. .MGX by Materialise, Leuven (BE); Charlotte Perriand, Ombre, 1953, prod. Tendo Mokko Company, Tendo (JP), publisher Galerie Steph Simon, Paris; Jens Fager, Raw (prototype) 2008; Verner Panton, Panton Chair, 1958-1967, prod. Vitra AG, Weil am Rhein (DE), for Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, MI (USA).
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling


Clockwise: Michael Thonet, highchair, 1862, prod. Gebrüder Thonet, Vienna; Richard Hutten, Low-res Elephant, 2006, prod. Richard Hutten Studio BV, Rotterdam; Gerrit Rietveld, child’s wheelbarrow, 1923, prod. G.A. van de Groenekan, De Bilt (NL); Ineke Hans, Office Desk from the series Black Beauties, 2001, prod. Ineke Hans Collection, Arnhem (NL); Satyendra Pakhalé, Lagori – Magis Post-Computer Game (prototype), 2002, prod. Magis, Torre di Mosto (IT).
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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Clockwise: Michael Thonet, highchair, 1862, prod. Gebrüder Thonet, Vienna; Richard Hutten, Low-res Elephant, 2006, prod. Richard Hutten Studio BV, Rotterdam; Enzo Mari, puzzle 16 animali, 1957, prod. Danese Milano, Milan; Gerrit Rietveld, child’s wheelbarrow, 1923, prod. G.A. van de Groenekan, De Bilt (NL); Ineke Hans, Office Desk and Chair from the series Black Beauties, 2000-2001, prod. Ineke Hans Collection, Arnhem (NL); Satyendra Pakhalé, Lagori – Magis Post-Computer Game (prototype), 2002, produced by Magis, Torre di Mosto (IT).
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Peggy Janssen, styling: Heidi Willems - PURE styling

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