For its 100th anniversary, the National Museum of Ceramics Princessehof in Leeuwarden, NL commisions local studio i29 for a renovation and the result is an extraordinary clean-cut interior design. The building itself dates back to the 18th century, hence, the rearrangement and use of space are deemed to be "surprisingly modern."
i29 create an ultra-minimalist space that plays with color, lines and shapes. The clean-cut interior design is so impeccably curated that the elements complement each other with an almost inhuman precision. Studio i29 uses just the right amount of color in the symmetrically pastel-nuanced palette of the tea salon, creating a lasting impact through contrast. The creative decisions and the inspiration from modernity cause the revamped museum to be an intensive experience not only through artifacts but through design as well.