Jurgen Bey has completed a classroom interior project at the Roc professional training school at Apeldoorn in the Netherlands.
The classroom walls, floor and furniture are decorated with images taken from reference books used at the school.
Everything in the classroom is coloured either white or grey. Spaces are divided by moveable hanging screens (below) that are also printed with technical patterns.
Info on the project coming soon hopefully - here are the photos for now.
Bey was one of several Dutch designers invited to work on interiors at the school - see the reception area designed by Tjep in our earlier story.
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