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Museum Kranenburgh www.kranenburgh.nl

Do it like Droog. 25 Years Droog Design

By 06-04-2018

Droog is a well-known concept in the world of design. Together with prominent designers, Droog is engaged in projects and products that initiate or reflect on public debate. Their most iconic designs are now on display at Museum Kranenburgh.

In 2018 it is 25 years ago that Droog Design presented itself for the first time during the Salone del Mobile design fair in Milan. Curators Gijs Bakker (1942, designer) and Renny Ramakers (1946, art historian) had spotted a new mentality among a younger generation of designers. Their work was radically different and the presentation created a true sensation. Now, 25 years later, Droog Design has put itself on the world map as a constant innovator.

Droog Design is dynamic, but has always adhered to one basic thing: their mission to connect design in an original way with large social themes and developments. Common objects such as furniture, lighting ornaments and other items from everyday life are presented in unusual ways. For today’s designers, re-use and social design are major themes. For Droog they have been the leading principle for 25 years.

Design studio Koehorst in ‘t Veld designed an elegant walking route for this exhibition that in-terconnects the designs in an organic way.

Designers
Arian Brekveld | Arnout Visser | Bas van Tol | Bas Warmoeskerken | Chris Kabel | Chung-Tang Ho / Tong | Dylan van den Berg EventArchitectuur | FormaFantasma | Franck Bragigand | Frank Tjepkema / Tjep | Front | Gijs Bakker | Hella Jongerius | Jan Konings | Jurgen Bey | Maarten Baas | Maartje Steenkamp | Marcel Wanders | Marijn van der Poll | Mario Minale / Minale-Maeda | NEXT Architects | Niels van Eijk | Nina Farkache | Peter van der Jagt | Remy Jungerman | Richard Hutten | Rody Graumans | Tejo Remy | Wieki Somers

Exhibition ‘Do it like Droog. 25 Years Droog Design’
Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen NH
until May 21, 2018
www.kranenburgh.nl

Photos exhibition: Aad Hoogendoorn