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Installation Re Set des Buros Inside Outside Petra Blaisse (722302) by iSpy

Petra Blaisse began her career in the arts by working with photographers and fashion and book illustrators after leaving art school at the age of twenty-one.[3] In 1978 she took a position in the Applied Arts department at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam where she worked until 1987. Between 1987 and 1991 while working as a freelancer, Blaisse developed an interest in textiles, interior design, and landscape.[4] During that same period, she collaborated with Yves Brunier and Rem Koolhaas on the Museumpark park project in Rotterdam; this project would represent the first of many future collaborations with OMA. Additionally, she worked on the interior for the Nederlands Dans Theater in The Hague and designed exhibitions for OMA at Basel and Rotterdam. In 1991, Blaisse founded the Amsterdam-based studio Inside Outside.[5] The office has since completed a number of different project types including the Kunsthal in Rotterdam (1994), the Prada Epicenter in New York (2001), H-Project in Seoul (2004), Casa da Música in Porto (2005), the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart (2006), the Prison Gardens in Belgium (2010) and the Dutch Pavilion of the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2012). Blaisse has collaborated with various architects and designers, including Rem Koolhaas, Irma Boom and SANAA. In 2011, Blaisse returned to the Stedelijk Museum when she was approached by the museum to design a permanent textile installation in order to create a transition between the 118-year-old original museum building and the newly designed extension

Originally pressed by iSpy in the pressbook Famous Interior designers


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