During Dutch Design Week the TextielMuseum shows a Pop-up presentation. This shows an impression of the current exhibition Earth Matters by Lidewij Edelkoort & Philip Fimmano, the new products of the brand by TextielMuseum in collaboration with Studio Job and an interactive activity for the public on one of the machines from the Textile Lab.
New products Studio Job X by TextielMuseum
At the beginning of this year, TextielMuseum commissioned Studio Job (Job Smeets, 1970 en Nynke Tynagel, 1977) to develop a new series of design products for by TextielMuseum. These new ‘design classics’ are a reflection on the history of the design duo and the endless possibilities of the TextielMuseum. The series features new icons with recognisable colourful and daring designs by Studio Job. With its graphic drawings the studio reduces shape and colour to strong outlines that can be perfectly translated into textiles.
Studio Job by TextielMuseum is a surprising new collection of six throws and nine tea towels featuring the iconic Studio Job patterns: 'Perished’, ‘Insects’ and ‘Folklore’.
The new series will be shown during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, as part of the TextielMuseum presentation.
This presentation is realised with financial support from Creative Industries
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Exhibition design: Raw Color
Graphic: Raw Color
Photography: Josefina Eikenaar
Organized by TextielMuseum
The TextielMuseum is a working museum, ofering a unique combination of inspiring exhibitions, educational programmes and a specialised workplace for research and development. It is a leading centre for textile knowledge and expertise, with its own laboratory: the TextielLab is part specialised workshop for the manufacture of knitted and woven fabrics, and part open studio where innovation is central. Under the supervision of product developers and technical experts, national and international designers, architects, artists and promising students explore the endless possibilities of materials and techniques. The accessible collection, extensive library, events, workshops and expert meetings complete the ofer. The TextielMuseum is a versatile and important source of inspiration for anyone interested in the past and future of textiles.