Newly started: Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe, together with VDL, are designing the 'World of VDL' for their renovated head office. Just recently in June, they won the Dutch Innovation Award 2019. Why? That will soon be visible. To be continued!
The exhibition Healing Power introduces a range of ritual specialists from around the world. We designed the exhibition in 7 museum rooms. To be seen until January 5th in Museum Volkenkunde in Leiden.
At CUBE Design Museum the exhibition NATURE |Cooper Hewitt Design triennial co-organized with Cube design museum has opened. We designed the exhibition and were challenged by the topic.
Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe are invited to be ambassadors of MaterialDistrict Rotterdam, section interior. This fair for innovative materials will take place from March 12-14 2019. What this all exactly means? Take a look here!
Cube Design Museum & Cooper Hewitt will present world-class design innovations to save the planet in an exhibition held simultaneously in Kerkrade, the Netherlands and New York. The work by 64 of the world’s most innovative designers of the last 3 years will be on display from May 2019. Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe are creating the exhibition design for Cube Design Museum. Pressrelease
During Dutch Design Week 2018, ABN AMRO presented its new interior design concept GREENE. We created the presentation, including special materials and we borrowed special curtains. Take a look at the project here!
Opening: a 4-star hotel for rehabilitation care. A building with 84 hotel rooms, a restaurant, various treatment rooms and offices. Guests here will win back their independence because the motto is: ‘It’s all about rehabilitation’. We have created a healing environment. An environment that contributes to recovery! click
Viveka van de Vliet interviewed us for DUDE magazine about our professional careers. Read here how we started out as designers for private necessity and how we have grown and developed into designers driven by public necessity.
The banister moment. That’s how it is often referred to. The moment when Eduard Sweep and Miriam van der Lubbe planted the seed for what would later become the Dutch Design Week. It was then called Designers Present, and is now DDW. Read more about this ‘key moment’ here.
After designing the new interior of the reading rooms and the public areas of the Dutch National Archives back in 2013, Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe were recently asked to design the new entrance area. Take a look here at the results!
A 4-star hotel for rehabilitation care. In this publication you can read all about the clients opinion about it.
The exhibition 'Made in Holland: 400 years of global brand' explores the development, distribution and influence of ceramic techniques, styles and products from the Netherlands. The first series 'Golden Dirt' is also on display. Until 30 June 2019 at Princessehof, National Museum of Ceramics in Leeuwarden.
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