Kazerne - Home of Design - is located downtown in Eindhoven. The hotspot where the worlds of wine, dine, design, art and technology come together. With over 1.000 sqm of recent work by both leading and promising design talent.Drop by for a delicious lunch, refreshing drinks or dinner. At Kazerne, you can order espresso and chocolate truffles, bubbles and oysters, a robust pasta or salad, all with accompanying wines.For just 35,- you can enjoy a 3-course menu.
EXPO:ONGOING DIALOGUE – New Design By Old Friends
As a token of appreciation, ONGOING DIALOGUE celebrates the role of the design community in establishing Kazerne, combining recent works by old friends with brand new talent. The exhibition shows various concepts and installations with urgent themes such as impermanence (Studio Drift), imperfection (Léa Mazy) and the role of technology in daily life (Lidewij Edelkoort & Kiki van Eijk for Google).
The new exhibition ‘ONGOING DIALOGUE – New Design By Old Friends’ is partly situated in the former military barracks in the center of design capital Eindhoven, which have been recently renovated with much respect for its heritage. In December Kazerne will open as a Home of Design: a unique concept where guests can eat, drink, meet, work and even sleep surrounded by museum quality exhibitions. In the adjacent warehouse, which was renovated and opened in 2014, visitors can discover recent work by old friends – as can be expected from Kazerne with both established names and promising talent. For example, Joost van Bleiswijk presents an outdoor kitchen, Maarten Baas an ode to MB and Léa Mazy her Design Academy graduation project. Both Modular and Ontwerpduo & Cleary Led present lighting innovations, Lucas & Lucas their IKEA hacking project and Studio Drift the enchanting Meadow. Lidewij Edelkoort & Kiki van Eijk will present the Dutch première of SOFTWEAR for Google.
SOFTWEAR - EDELKOORT & VAN EIJK FOR GOOGLE
Already in 1998, trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort conceived the idea of technology blending in our day-to-day life. Now 20 years later she revisits her concept with the presentation of SOFTWEAR, an installation that demonstrates how new hardware products by Google seamlessly integrate into our daily lives, instead of disturbing them. Kiki van Eijk designed a series of tapestries that ‘weave’ into the SOFTWEAR story, starting with collages created with the same textiles that were used by Google in their new products. The installation made its debut at the Salone del Mobile in Milan last April and is now on show in the Netherlands for the first time.
FEATURING: Ahrend, Maarten Baas, Contempo Gallery, Daphna Laurens, David Derksen, Studio Drift, Jella Lena van Eck, Lidewij Edelkoort & Kiki van Eijk for Google, Jesper Eriksson, Aleksandra Gaca, Sander Hagelaar, de Intuïtiefabriek, Kazerne Young, Lotte van Laatum, Geke Lensink, Lucas & Lucas, Studio Martens & Visser, Jelle Mastenbroek, Léa Mazy, Studio Mieke Meijer, Meyers & Fügmann, Isaac Monté, Mosa, Modular, Not Only White, Studio Isabel Quiroga, Atelier Robotiq x BCXSY, Floris Schoonderbeek, Social Label x Kranen Gille en Dick van Hoff, Atelier Rick Tegelaar, Studio Thier&vanDaalen, Studio Toer, Tools for Progress, VANTOT, Studio Alex de Witte, Zavier Wong.
And from Kazerne Lab:Joost van Bleiswijk x MCB x Roxal, Kiki van Eijk x EE Exclusives, Studio Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters x Corunum, Ontwerpduo x Cleary Led, Thier & van Daalen x Bruns
& DDW participants: Siba Sahabi, Fermenta
Arpa, Auping, Brabant C, Cultuur Eindhoven, Dornbracht, Driven by Design, Duravit, Van Helmond Architecten, Jasno, Lensvelt, Leeuwerik Plaatmateriaal, Provincie Noord-Brabant, Gert Staal, Vescom.
More info: www.kazerne.com
Joost van Bleiswijk x MCB x Roxal, Kiki van Eijk x EE Exclusives, Studio Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters x Corunum, Ontwerpduo x Cleary Led, Thier & van Daalen x Bruns