Unlike many architecture and design showcases, this exhibition does not omit process material. In fact, it investigates a certain kind of alchemy – transforming mundane materials into precious goods.
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A continuous front counter with an integrated tray run allows the passenger to select food and juices from the displays. An open style show kitchen runs the length of the front counter where selected food can be cooked in front of the customer. A separate bakery and juice station is located in the centre with an array of bakery items and fruit.
Inspired by paper toy theatres of the Victorian era, the windows are designed as multilayered stage sets of 2D and 3D elements that showcase De Bijenkorf’s holiday collection. Each window vignette expresses an enchanted product scene to inspire customers to find their perfect holiday gift. The window campaign will be fully unveiled on December 6th, 2013.
DUNE 4.1 MAASTUNNEL is a public, interactive landscape placed in the Maastunnel for the Rotterdam 2007 City of Architecture. With its upgraded embedded technologies, this enlarged interactive artwork reacts to the sounds and motions of the people daily passing by. DUNE 4.1 is a sensual layer of interaction over the existing architecture of the Maastunnel in Rotterdam, NL.