Kiki for RTS


Kiki van Eijk for the TextielMuseum - Tilburg

"Orchis & Hydrangea" are two new rugs designed for Nodus that will be showcased in the exhibition Earth Matters, curated by Lidewij Edelkoort and Philip Fimmano, in collaboration with the TextielMuseum.

By using the four themes, 'Understanding Origins', 'Collecting  Ingredients', 'Reinventing Materials and 'Sustaining Production', the exhibition Earth Matters, gives a better understanding of sustainability in design and the importance of material studies. All projects encourage people to think about the source of the materials used and the creation process, not only through innovation, but even more by the re-evaluation of crafts and locally produced products

"Orchis & Hydrangea" are about a pure sense of beauty, and gift of nature that often surprises you in the smallest ways.


JUNE 10- NOV 26 2017


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Kiki van Eijk for Chamber Gallery -New York

"I'm proud to be a cosmopolitan" will be showcased in the exhibition Collection #3, titled Room With Its Own Rules, curated by Matylda Krzykowsk for Chamber Gallery.

The show features newly commissioned, one-of a-kind and limited edition work made exclusively by women. It ties together the many studio visits and conversations that Krzykowski conducted, at which she was able to encounter an encouraging range of strong women that define their own principles for life and work.  

"I'm proud to be a cosmopolitan" is a flag that reinvents universal identity within one symbol. It serves as a new corporate identity for the world and aims to bring us all together under a bright, positive and uncoloured symbol that does not include national separations.

The piece was designed in 2003, and has never felt so contemporary.


MAY 4- JULY 15 2017


Photography by David Brandon Geeting

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Launch special edition Floating Frames Mantelclock at Galerie Christian Ouwens

Kiki van Eijk presents a special edition of the Floating Frames Mantelclock at Gallery Christian Ouwens!

Join us at this festive launch of Floating Frames Mantelclock, coming Friday December 16th from 18:00 to 20:00 h.
Gallery Christian Ouwens and Kiki van Eijk are presenting this special Mantleclock together with design magazine WOTH. Kiki only made 20 copies (numbered and signed) of this orange anodized version. We invite you to come and see these clocks!

Editor Mary Hessing and Gallery owner Christian Ouwens will have a public discussion with Kiki van Eijk.

See you on Friday!

Date: 16th of December 
Time: 18.00 till 20.00

Galerie Christian Ouwens
Eendrachtsweg 20
3012 LB Rotterdam
The Netherlands

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Kiki is delighted to show the Civilised Primitives Daybed at PAD London with Nilufar Gallery.

3-9 OCTOBER 2016

Stand Number B16

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Cersaie 2016, Bologna Italy

Kiki van Eijk for Bisazza

For her first collaboration with Bisazza, Kiki van Eijk created two floral decorations in glass mosaic, made in the traditional artistic technique upon a digitally-created background and a series of patterns for the Wood collection, in pre-finished parquet embellished with laser-engraved decorative elements. 

26th-30th September 

Hall 22, stand A14-B15

Time 9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.

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Kiki is delighted to announce her presentation of two collections at Design Miami/Basel with Nilufar Gallery. The collections, Physical Interaction and Civilized Primitives, will be presented in a large scale installation within Design at Large.

Nina Yashar, founder and owner of Nilufar Gallery, came up with the fabulous idea to create a large scale tent that references the pieces' connection to the outdoors.

Using Bedouin style tents for design inspiration and modern tent systems for construction context, Kiki worked with Exposize to bring the idea to life. With their extensive expertize in large format printing, Exposize was able to bring to life Kiki's inspirations behind the collections, and further show her creative practice in a new and exciting way.


"These two collections represent my latest inspirations - how humans interact with the natural world and how designers have a responsibility to bring this relationship to design," says Kiki. Both projects are combining high tech and low tech through creativity and craft. "I am thrilled to bring these works to Basel with Nilufar as a part of their show at Design Miami/."


Design Miami Basel AG

Hall 1.0 / DAL 4 (Design at Large)

Messe Basel / Messeplatz

4058 Basel


Date:                           13th-19th June

Collectors preview:    13thjune

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Exhibition Spring forms Mint

Spring Forms features work from over 50 designers carefully selected for their contribution to contemporary craft. The exhibition introduces innovative production techniques and reveals traditional methods enhanced by new creative approaches. Come and see!

Exhibition Dates

13 May - 13 June, 2016


2 North Terrace

London SW3 2BA

Photography by Emiliano Verrocchio

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Joost and Kiki's solo show is dictated by the theme 'PHYSICAL'.

Both artists show brand-new collections with autonomous and handcrafted creations. The objects make a strong statement and are shown in a spectacular setting executed by Exposize.

Opening hours 

12th - 16th april 10:30 - 19:00 | 17th april 10:30 - 15:00

PRESS PREVIEW and OPENING party 11th april 17:00-20:00

Join us for a Cocktail 15th april 18:00 - 20:00


Via Spalato 11

20124 Milano 

Metro 5

Photography by Mariëlle Leenders

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Ink'd by Kiki van Eijk for 1882ltd

Ink'd by Kiki van Eijk launching  at 
London Design Festival September 2015 

Tableware collection

Exhibition period 22nd - 27th September 2015

The Future Laboratory
 26 Elder StreetE1 6BT

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Floating Frames Mantel Clock at Design Oracles

La Gaîté lyrique and the Centre national des arts plastiques (National center for visual arts- CNAP) have joined forces to invite renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort to take a unique and original look at the CNAP's design and decorative arts collection in a new exhibition.

"Design can be seen as an oracle that reveals our times. It can be ultra-light when we?re travelling easy, plump when we need protection, conventional to provide reassurance, intimate to better cuddle us. It is meditative to appease us, figurative to delight us, absurd to challenge us and natural so that we form attachments. It can also become virtual so as to transport us."  Lidewij Edelkoort, exhibition curator


Each story communicates a lifestyle and a desire for self-expression:


Exhibition period: April 3rd - August 16th 2015

Gaîté lyrique

3 bis rue Papin

75003 Paris, France

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Soft Clock on show in Fetishism at Trapholt

TRAPHOLT - Museum of Modern Art, Applied Art, Design and Architecture has invited the world's leading trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort to curate the exhibition Fetishism. Obsessions in Fashion & Design. An exhibition that addresses how design and fashion question why we have a personal connection to certain materials and objects.

The exhibition, illustrates the fetish-trend with spectacular garments and intriguing design objects collected around the world, exposing an overwhelming creativity of a new generation of experimental designers who in their works lustfully reuse references from nature, religion, anthropology, society and history, thus building a bridge to a future common consciousness. Well-known designers and young, talented stars contribute equally to the exhibition.

The Soft Clock by Kiki will be shown in this exhibition.


Exhibition period: 12 March, 2015 - 24 January, 2016, Trapholt Denmark

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Sewing Box Cabinet at exhibition 'Open World' at Kazerne

Kiki takes part in the exhibition with her Sewing Box Cabinet
Techniques, materials and insights to inspire the reshaping of tomorrow's world.

In the second exhibition within the OPEN theme, Kazerne is featuring artists and designers whose work provides an inspiration for reshaping the world of tomorrow. OPEN WORLD demonstrates how the symbiosis between technique, design and art contributes to the development of new materials and aesthetic forms. But more importantly, it also explores the role and value of the creative industries in the identification, investigation, and making visible of current social issues by means of inspirational stimuli or concrete solutions both high and low tech. 

OPEN WORLD opens on 20 February and continues to include Dutch Technology Week in Eindhoven at the beginning of June 2015. 

Featuring Steven Banken, Joost van Bleiswijk, Nacho Carbonell, Raw Color, Ritchie van Daal, Kiki van Eijk, Studio Drift, Michael Funch, Massoud Hassani, Paul Heijnen, Jeffrey Heiligers, New Window x David Derksen, New Window x Ola Lanko, The OceanCleanup, Laura Lynn Jansen & Thomas Vailly, David Marín for Baltan Laboratories & Hivos, Arnout Meijer, Nightshop for DHPH, Os & Oos, Mayaan Pesach & Sander Wassink, Jeroen Wand, Alex de Witte and others.

From the 20th  of February till the 8th of June 2015 Kazerne, Paradijslaan 2-8, 5611 KN Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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Tudor Family now available

Tudor family, designed by Joost and Kiki for Moooi, is now available. 
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Kiki at ZOW Germany and Istanbul

Work of Kiki will be shown at the ZOW International fair for suppliers to the furniture and interior design industries, curated by Lidewij Edelkoort 

Over the past year, Lidewij Edelkoort has been trend scouting at world's most influential design fairs in order to inform furniture supplier industries about the latest innovations and trends in the industry. As a part of this, ZOW invites the exhibitors and visitors of the fair to learn about trends from Edelkoort's forecast that will be presented as a trend platform on the center of the fairground. Kiki's Textile Sketch Chair was selected by Lidewij for this exhibition. 

The installation will be shown in Bad Salzuflen, Germany, from the 9th until the 12th of February 2015, as well as in Istanbul from the 19th until the 22th of March 2015.

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Lecture at University of Michigan 'The Road To Wonderland'

Kiki will take part in the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series at the University of Michigan School of Art & Design.

Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Speaker Series brings respected innovators from a broad spectrum of fields to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities.

Kiki's lecture will take place on the 5th of Februari with the title 'The Road To Wonderland' in which she gives an inside look in the way she works and thinks and tells about her design process.

"Very often I feel as if I'm Alice in Wonderland. Something wonderful attracts my attention, activates my curiosity and it leads to a new adventure, a new project.

It's as if I jump after the white rabbit in a tunnel without asking myself how to get out again. I'll see how it ends... I act without fear and look at each new project as an exotic journey."

The program will start on the 5th of Februari  at 5:10 pm at the historic  Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public.

Photography by Frank Tielemans

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Soft Clock in Het Noordbrabants Museum

The Soft Clock of Kiki van Eijk is currently on show in the exhibition 'Design uit het Land van de Aardappeleters' ('Design from the Country of Potato Eaters') at Het Noordbrabants Museum.


Designers meet Van Gogh. 

A light installation like a flock of birds, a fungus chair and a bronze pitchfork and shovel; Van Gogh inspired numerous wellknown designers to create beautiful, interesting objects. The exhibition Design from the Country of the Potato Eaters will be presenting 85 objects created in Brabant.

In 2015, it'll be 125 years since the death of Vincent van Gogh. In 2015 are be honouring him with a sensational programme in the Netherlands and abroad. We celebrate '125 years of inspiration'. Het Noordbrabants Museum also participates in this inspiration year.  

24th of January till the 26th of April 2015

Het Noordbrabants Museum

Verwersstraat 41


The Netherlands

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Kiki and Joost Maison & Objet

Chateau de la Resle Design, the new agent of Kiki and Joost in France, will present the work of Kiki and Joost during Maison & Objet, Paris.

From the 23rd till the 27th of January 2015

Hall 8, Stand Cbis 112

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Add to your Christmas wish list... Or shop online at
The Soft Clock is available again in the colors white, black and shiny bronze. Or what about a Soft Table Shade! How amazing would this look in your home!

Photography by Daniel Costa & Juliette Chrétien

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Dutch Design Week 2014 - CLEAN UP! the mess

A show by Joost  van Bleiswijk and Kiki van Eijk which is all about organizing, storing, arranging and reusing.

Kiki and Joost cleaned up, re-collected, re-appreciated and improved old sketches and try-outs and  made inspiring new products with it which they will show in the exhitbion ?CLEAN UP! the mess?. It?s like cooking with scraps what often makes delicous new recipes!  

After the harvest of a big clean up, we organised, threw things away and thought out old ideas and sketches. With the usable left overs we are ready to start the new season!

Come by and discover the brand new work of Joost and Kiki during the Dutch Design Week 2014

Event info: 

18th till the 25th of October, from 11:00 till 18:00

26th of October 12:00 till 15:00 

Studio Joost and Kiki

Zwaanstraat 1, Gebouw TAB, Stijp-T, Eindhoven


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Gathering - From Domestic Craft to Contemporary Process

Internationally renowned trend-forecaster and curator Li Edelkoort returns to Design Museum Holon with the new exhibition. In a world first, GATHERING will feature a survey of the ground-breaking 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE collection by the legendary Japanese designer.

Since the late 1990s we have witnessed a revival of traditional domestic crafts in response to the information revolution. Disdain for a boring global market coupled
with a fear of the virtualization of society has inspired designers and artists to create work that emphasizes the humanization of the making process and the contextualization of a more responsible lifestyle. 

Kiki joins this exhibition with her piece: Quilt Stool.

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Central Square North Sea Jazz 11|12|13 July 2014

The famous Dutch North Sea Jazz festival commissioned Joost van Bleiswijk and Kiki van Eijk to re-design their 'central square'.

The square, situated in the center of the Ahoy complex in Rotterdam, forms the heart of the festival. A place where visitors can eat, have a drink or wander around the Jazz related shops.

Kiki and Joost got inspired by the big industrial constructions of Rotterdam's port and created a gigantic extra level in the existing 2000 square meter space.

As an addition to the industrial style, there's a big pergola floating above the elevated floor, resulting in a cozy garden-like atmosphere. Graphic lampshades capture the jazz feeling and create the recognizable Joost and Kiki feel to the central square. With a giant chandelier, room dividers, special lamp structures and a floor plan that forms a pixelated graphic, the space has been transformed into a pleasant place to be.

The structure of the square is executed in collaboration with stage design company Look-n-Feel. The design of this space is the first step to a complete metamorphosis, which will find its completion in the upcoming years.

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New Hermès windows

The new Hermès windows, designed by Kiki, are on show in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. The design is based on English gardens, the Hermès carrés are transformed into colorfull flowers and become part of the garden.

Photography by Fabien de Cugnac

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Tudor Furniture for Moooi, Salone del Mobile

Kiki van Eijk & Joost van Bleiswijk combined their strengths in designing a cupboard, low cabinet and buffet. Inspired by the harmonious constructions and ornamental decorations of the Tudor houses.

Kiki expresses her love for curiosities by producing an embellishing pattern of sinuous foliage, woven in refined textiles. The details of her design are so endearing that the duo decides to frame them like precious canvases enclosed in a solid structure, which was carefully taken care of by Joost. This resulted in the Tudor furniture collection.

Moooi and Kiki and Joost, welcome you to enjoy and gather inspiration at their presentation during the Salone del Mobile in Milan.

Moooi during Salone del Mobile 2014 | Via Savona 56 |

Tuesday 8th of April - Saturday 12th of April 10.00 - 21.00 | Sunday 13th of April 10.00 - 17.00 »
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Tudor Furniture for Moooi

Farmhouse carpet for Nodus, Salone del Mobile

During the Salone del Mobile Milan, a new carpet of Kiki called 'Country House' will be shown for the first time. 
Kiki is fascinated by houses, whether it are real houses, imaginary houses, miniatures or her own farmhouse. 

'Country House' carpet is hand tufted in wool with real knitting parts, cut and loop pile, 200 x 300 cm. 

Show during Salone del Mobile | Chiostro della Facoltá Teologica dell'Italia Settentrionale | Via Cavalieri del Santo Sepolcro 3
Tuesday 8th of April - Sunday 13th of April | 10.00 - 20.00

Photography by Marco Moretto

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Country House carpet for Nodus

New Hermès windows

Kiki designed the current windows for Hermès Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.  She created a world where the spectator can explore the jungle searching for imaginary fossils. The found stones are being studied in a laboratory, showing the eternity of the Hermès brand. 

Photography by Fabien de Cugnac

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Hermès window mini Brussels

Co-evolution - One of the best designed books of 2013

Co-evolution is selected as one of the best designed books of 2013 in The Netherlands!

The book contains a chronological description and imagination of the twelve-year oeuvre of the two leading designers Kiki van Eijk and Joost van Bleiswijk. Graphic design by AB/C Anthon Beeke Collective, Maria Lopez Mariño.
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The Future is Handmade - Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden

The Floating Frames Table Shade is shown in the exhibition 'The Future is Handmade', a design exhibition which started at the Kalmar Museum of Art in Sweden. 

After 70 years in exile craft is back in the design world. Over the past five years, a number of young designers across Europe have started to work by hand again. Instead of impersonal, mass-produced products they design unique objects with a higher degree of authenticity. All very much in tune with the zeitgeist of today's society where the consumers are far more individualistic than in the 1900s .

The movement is originally from Holland who has been the leading design nation since the late 1900s. This applies to both product design, fashion and graphic design. The exhibition 'The Future is Handmade' captures this interesting paradigm shift and seeking explanation on why it's happening right now.

The exhibition builds on the 70's when radical designers such as Erik Hoglund was inspired by folk craft when he designed furniture. In the 90's a number of young designers such as MMParis, Marcel Wanders and Sandra Backlund began experimenting with crafts on a serious level.

Today craft is one of the most important driving forces in the design world, and many of the most prominent, young designers refer in different ways to a traditional craft. Like for example, Anders Jacobsen, Ugly Cute, Tobias Alm, Emelie Ahlner, Kiki Van Eijck, All the Way to Paris and others.

Kalmar Museum of Art | February 12 - April 20, 2014

Form Design Center | Malmö June - August, 2014

Falkenberg Museum | September - December, 2014

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Hermès Christmas façade Brussels and Luxembourg

Hermès gave Kiki the opportunity to design the Christmas façades of the Hermès store in Brussels and in Luxembourg. 

Wild horses gallop over the façade, enlighting the surface at night, and attracting people with their golden sparkles during the day. 

Photography by Fabien de Cugnac

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Hermès Benelux Christmas Windows

Since half of December the new Hermès Christmas windows are on show in all Hermès Benelux stores, including Brussels, Knokke, Antwerp, Luxembourg, Amsterdam.

Kiki van Eijk designed these window settings based on the Christmas theme, with a festive feeling. Several little elves are dancing in the Christmas setting, connecting the elements of this fantasy world with the big needle they carry around and a golden wire. In this dynamic setting one will find spools with yarn, scissors, buttons and a thimblefull, all in different surrealistic scales, on which the Hermès products are displayed. 

Photography by Fabien de Cugnac

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Dutch Design week 2013

Joost and Kiki open their doors to the public this year with a very special and intimate installation. Get surprised, enchanted and enlightened! Sparkles of light will shine all through the space. Kiki and Joost are showing light objects created for their personal collection and for collaborations with leading international brands such as MOOOI and Saint-Louis.

opening hours 11.00 - 19.00

Besides the show in their own studio, work of Kiki van Eijk and Joost van Bleiswijk can be seen at:

Eat Drink Design @ Kazerne 

opening hours 11.00 - 23.00 | Paradijslaan 2-8 | Eindhoven 

Restaurant Zarzo 

Bleekweg 7 | Eindhoven 


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Hermès Japan

From now on the Autumn 2013 windows Hermès Japan, designed by Kiki van Eijk can be seen in Nagoya.

© Nacása & Partners Inc. / Courtesy of  Hermès Japon

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Autumn 2013 windows Hermès Japan, Nagoya © Nacása

Kiki and Joost at Designblok Prague 2013

Art House Colloredo-Mansfeldský palác

Designblok opens the new conceptual space entitled Art House. It will be designated for non-commercial presentations of top Czech and foreign designers from the field of art design. 

Visitors will have the opportunity to see the duo of designers Kiki van Eijk & Joost van Bleiswijk from the Dutch city of Eindhoven. Their exhibition represents a combination of textiles and textures made by Kiki with expressive technicist structures made by Joost. 

Designblok Prague - Design and Fashion Week celebrates 15 years of existence this year. 

Designblok - design and fashion week - celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2013. Its first year took place in autumn 1999; the first participants included Vitra, Konsepti, BeldaFactory, and Klára Nademlýnská. These names show that the event focused not only on top product design, but also jewelry and fashion. Even though the number of exhibitors has increased from 14 to more than 200 over the past 15 years and the number of visitors has increased from hundreds to thousands (1,000 visitors in 1999 and 42,000 visitors in 2012), the essentials of Designblok have remained the same: an emphasis put on selectiveness and the quality of objects on display, international marketing and commercial impact, a permanent effort made to link creative figures with production and sale, plus the support of young talents and schools.   

7 October -  13 October 

opening hours Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 21.00  Sunday 10.00 - 19.00 

Art House | Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace | Karlova Street nr 2, Prague 1| on the Royal Route close to the Charles Bridge

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Woven Cabinet at Inside Design Amsterdam

Woven Cabinet will be show during Inside Design Amsterdam

A cabinet constructed in oak wood with a reference to timber framing as seen in architecture.

Joost van Bleiswijk designed the frame. The space in between the framing is closed with textiles designed by Kiki.


It's a design for Ee labels which is famous for its labels as you find in your own clothing. It is challenging to explore the boundaries of a technique for such small items in order to experiment on a bigger scale with a different function.

September 27 - September 29 


Inside Design Amsterdam | Elle Decoration Studio - The Lobster House | Frederiksplein 6-8hs | Amsterdam

Photography by Lisa Klappe

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Talking Textiles at TextielMuseum Tilburg

Trend forecaster and design curator Lidewij Edelkoort will present contemporary creative textile design in the exhibition 'Talking Textiles' at the TextielMuseum in Tilburg.  On show will be a large selection of design that uses innovative textile techniques, heralding the revival of textiles in our interiors. 
Kiki will show several wallhangings with the images of iconic houses, like Family house, Farmers house, Country House, Town house, executed in yarns and weaving techniques which accentuate this feeling. The houses are designed by cutting and gluing pieces of textile together on a background. Each textile house is subsequently transformed into a new piece of textile. 
September 28 2013 - January 26 2013  TextielMuseum | Goirkestraat 96 | Tilburg
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Exhibition 'Eyes on Nature: wall hangings'

A new collection of four wall hangings 'Memories of a Panorama', designed by Kiki van Eijk,  is currently shown in the exhibition 'Eyes on Nature' in the TextielMuseum in Tilburg. 

Wall hangings are back in a big way. Designers and artists have rediscovered a passion for these interior textiles. With Eyes on Nature: wall hangings, the TextielMuseum illustrates the evolution of Dutch wall hangings in the past 50 years. The exhibition ranges from realistic and abstract works, to rough and narrative modern pieces. The focus is on the depiction of nature.

'Memories of a Panorama' is executed by TextielMuseum/TextielLab Tilburg.

The 4 Panorama's are based on the Dutch landscapes, with a dreamy colorful touch. The center of the graphic image on each tapestry is a tree, woven from gold thread. Kiki sees the tree as the jewel of the panorama.

Currently Kiki is very intrigued by panorama's. 'For me the beauty of a natural setting is that one's able to look far away. I myself have an increasing need for space around me and the idea that you can walk through nature, being overwhelmed by it.' Graphically it shows the different facets and qualities of nature in perspective. These are all views from Kiki's memories. The tapestries exist out of different textures and colors, as can be recognized in the Dutch landscapes.

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Book Co-evolution

The book contains a chronological description and imagination of the twelve-year oeuvre of the two leading designers Kiki van Eijk and Joost van Bleiswijk. It examines their different design methodologies and artistic principles that have clearly developed over the years, unconsciously influenced by one another.
The personal approach offers the reader a glimpse inside the design world of Kiki and Joost. A world with love for concept development, research, crafts and developing innovative technologies.

The book is designed by AB/C Anthon Beeke Collective, Mariola López Mariño, in collaboration with Lidewij Edelkoort.
The book is published by Lecturis.

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Lamp collection Matrice for Saint-Louis

For the last two years Kiki has been intensely developping a crystal collection for the French crystal house Saint-Louis. Kiki designed a charming collection where craft, integrity and magic come together in one object: Matrice.

Photography by Christophe Urbain

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