Called Zuiderzee Settings, the objects combine seats, dressers, counters and a trolley.
The products are based on the history of the Dutch museum and its applied art collection.
Van Eijk also created containers and blankets for the project.
Photographs are by Frank Tielemans.
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The following information is from the Zuiderzee Museum:
The seven installations by Kiki van Eijk are based on the applied art collection of the Zuiderzee Museum and the history of the Zuiderzee. Kiki van Eijk paid several visits to the depot and stayed in the Museum Park for a brief period. She has designed new objects referring to everyday domestic customs and crafts. The furniture, the ceramics and the fabrics have been manufactured by the most reputable Dutch firms using traditional methods.
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