Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries
Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries
Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries
Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries Industrious Arteracts The Evolution of Craft by Studio Maakink & Bey at Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen, photography by Rufus de Vries

Craft works: Design looks to industrial past

05 : 06 : 2011 Traditional : Imaginative : Local Resources

Enkhuizen, the Netherlands – A new exhibition by Studio Makkink & Bey explores the development of industrial processes.

Industrious/Artefacts: The Evolution of Crafts at Zuiderzee Museum highlights the connection between traditional craftsmanship, industry and modern design practice. The exhibition is split into three categories – local resources, industrial processes and imaginative hybrid objects. Work from designers including Studio FormaFantasma and Studio Glithero is displayed alongside pieces from the museum’s historic collection.

‘Through the heritage of the past and the design machines of today, we’re showing a glimpse of future solutions,’ explain Makkink & Bey.

LS:N Global has previously explored how processes from the past can inspire modern interpretations in our Survivability Inspire.

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