Design on two wheels
Cube Design Museum, Kerkrade, Holland
Holland is the country of bicycles and creative two-wheeled solutions par excellence so it was a given to set up an exhibition with highly innovative and high-tech prototypes that combine advanced technology, simple ideas of eco-sustainability and functional beauty. This is a unique experience that vectors between incredible contemporary bicycle models and innovative accessories, all designed by internationally renowned designers such as Ross Lovegrove, Philippe Starck, Jens Martin Skibsted and Richard Sapper.
The exhibition also includes a section dedicated to cycle-related architectural projects carried out by some of the most important architectural firms on the international scene, and among the Dutch projects one finds: Hovenring by IPV Delft, Van Gogh – Roosegaarden Path by Daan Roosegaarden, Fietsenpakhuis / Bicycle Warehouse by Nunc Architects and Melkwegbrug by NEXT architects.
The exhibition is co-produced by Design Museum Gent and IMF Foundation.
Curator: Elisabetta Pisu.
The mobility section is curated by: Evelien Bracke.
Venue: Cube Design Museum, July 1 – December 2, 2017
A tour of the exhibition is available upon request.