Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar
Client: Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar.
Location: Canadaplein 1, 1811 KE Alkmaar, the Netherlands.
Job description: supplementairy design for entrance and coffee area.
In coöperation with: Jolanda Branderhorst of Intermezzo foundation.
Design for this client:
Carpet: special design with images from the museum collection.
Walls: dessins with products from the museum collection.
Furniture: rubber coated foamcushions inspired by 'molenkraag'.
Muurbloem gets commissioned to design a noticeable and mood lightening design for the entrance and common coffee area.
For this project Muurbloem uses objects from the museum itself as references and alters them. A composition is made of these objects and handpainted on the wall and tables. From this concept a large carpet specially produced for this client. Seat cushions made of foam and rubbercoating inspired by ‘molenkraag’ are designed and made.
Jolanda Branderhorst well supervise the redesign of the entrance. Muurbloem is invited to shape the design vision in concert with J. Branderhort. The realisation is supervised by Muurbloem.
Muurbloem works with various suppliers and trade expert to realize projects. The projects are very diverse inspiring more interests. Muurbloem works from a small design team, which provides personal contact and put the right partners and experts on each project. This flexible approach and the combined knowledge and experience, guaranteeing the highest quality.