In the summer of 2012, Oranienbaum Palace (located near Berlin, Germany) will be hosting an exhibition of contemporary Dutch Design and fashion in combination with historical artefacts from the Dutch Royal Archives. Built for Henriette Catharina, Princess of Anhalt-Dessau, Oranienbaum is part of the heritage of the House of Orange-Nassau. With a major conservation and refurbishment process nearing completion, the palace and its park have been restored to their former grandeur.
The exhibition covers some 50 rooms. Each one is a showcase for ceramics, glassware and glass objects, silver and furniture, from the tea salon to the dressing-room of the mistress of the house, from the former princely apartments to the basement with its Delft blue tiles, from the bedchamber to the entrance hall.
Coloured Vases (series 3) is featured in one of the rooms of the palace
Grand Summer Exhibition at Oranienbaum Palace
April 26th 2012 till September 30th 2012
for more information:
Hella Jongerius/ Jongeriuslab
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