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DAE alumna Kiki van Eijk presented ‘Hermes windows from Beijenkorf Amsterdam to Milano’ during Salone del Mobile 2012. Kiki is interviewed by VTwonen, an inspiring Dutch magazine about home decoration and living. Kiki graduated in 2000 Cum Laude at Design Academy in Eindhoven. She exhibits worldwide with its own collection in museums and galleries.

Watch the interview here, Dutch spoken (starting at 01:35 minutes)

After the big success of the windows designed for Hermès at the Bijenkorf Amsterdam, Kiki was asked by Hermès Italy to adapt those 5 exceptional windows into an installation of 8 windows for their Milano store during the Salone del Mobile from April 17 till May 7 2012. Kiki van Eijk says: “It really shows the joy of a child playing with a lot of fantasy, like Alice in wonderland.”

In addition, Kiki van Eijk exhibited at several locations. From April 17 till April 22 she presented the exhibition ‘Nodus’. This exhibition is all about savage flowers. Also she was asked by Omnidecor, a company based in Erba (Italy), to give a new approach to their glass panels. She developed 8 new tactile glass panels and exhibits with ‘Tactile glass’ during Salone del Mobile.

Published: 26-Apr-2012 10:25
  • Interview Kiki van Eijk

    Hermes windows, photo Frank Tielemans

  • Interview Kiki van Eijk

    Kiki van Eijk

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