Fashion designer Christa van deer Meer, and I where asked by fashion team
Hector & Wolf to design patterns for an upcoming event at Museum De Lakenhal in Leiden.
Today we were could have a look in the the archives for inspiration:
Part of the collection are 26 pattern books from a Leiden based company called Leidse Katoenmaatschappij
Just like world famous Vlisco they where working for the Indonesian market in the 19th century.
It’s a great collection of pattens a lot of inspiration.
The project will be presented during Museumnacht Leiden,
where we also will be screen-printing textiles brought by visitors with our design,
so come on over and have your basic shirt made a fashion item!
Graag nodigen we u uit voor de:
Opening van de expositie in De Nieuwe Regentes
op vrijdag 13 september, 17.30 in De Nieuwe Regentes,
Weimarstraat 63, Den Haag
De Grafische Werkplaats toont werk van Lidewij Corstiaans, Yuki Hatazawa, Marloes Kroeze, Lotte Nijman, Annika Syrjamaki, Yuriko Taniguchi en Jerney de Wilde
New book by Gestalten featuring our Hanging Garden for Filmhuis Den Haag.
“A Delicious Life showcases today’s new food movement and the people behind it. The book takes us into the workplaces and minds of groundbreaking foodists who are fine-tuning cooking, baking, and brewing methods; rediscovering long forgotten ingredients; developing cutting-edge new recipes; and creating exceptional experiences around food”
Another new book by Sandu featuring our Ikha Restaurant, came out more or less in the same period.
(Probably the only time Filmhuis Den Haag will be mentioned next to Noma)
Had a great expo in ‘De Winklehaak” in Antwerp, Belgium.
more pictures on my website
Foto: Nadine Stijns
We recently finished a new interior for the Filmhuis Den Haag restaurant.
Foto: Nadine Stijns
Happy to announce we (Oatmeal Studio) are featured with the IkHa restaurant in the nov/dec issue of Frame
Filmhuis Den Haag 12 may -12 july 2012
This temporary restaurant, ‘IkHa’, is the latest creation of Oatmeal Studio, who were
asked to create a temporary interior for the restaurant based on the the theme ‘Ikea
Hack’ to coincide with the Nordic Film Festival.
IkHa is a dining experience in which the concept of IKEA has been dismantled and
translated into a restaurant interior. It’s not a self-service restaurant in the usual sense
of the word. Instead, visitors are invited to participate and customize their surroundings
It´s possible to rent the IkHa restaurant,
please contact us for more details.
FYI- IKEA was not involved in this project.
For more Pictures please visit Oatmeal Studio
foto by Nadine Stijns