Celebrating the 100th birthday, National Museum of Ceramics Princessehof in Leeuwarden decides to have a major renovation with the i29 Interior Architects help. The contemporary interior is brought to this museum with 21st-century style. The museum also becomes more accessible with a new social function for all visitors.
The contemporary interior feels very light and welcoming. The designer connects the entrance area to the tea room and the shop. The access way comes from two sides, the front entrance and back entrance. It gives the museum a new social function that can create an inspiring meeting place for visitors.
There are many details which are added to the contemporary interior of this museum, creating a lasting experience. The designer works with strong contrasts: vibrant colors on the tea room, clear contemporary lines in the exhibition spaces, tranquil greys in the museum shop, and historic patterns with colors in other exhibition areas.
The whole design of the contemporary interior is shown with a 21st-century style. This style is created by bringing some 21st-century elements too, especially in the museum shop. The shop has grey chairs and wooden table, an all-white surface of the floor and ceiling, and also the colorful shelves on the wall.