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Temporary Museum (Lake) Anne Holtrop

Published 05 / 10 / 2020

Inspired by the artist Dada Jean Arp, and in particular his automatic drawings, the architect and artist Anne Holtrop began the design of this temporary museum with a series of spatial sketches through which he intended to “discover form”.

The result is an organic and flowing line, alluding to the idea of ​​a landscape element – ​​a lake, located in a nature reserve northwest of Amsterdam. The frame uses a simple construction sheathed in untreated laminated poplar. Many openings establish a relationship between the inside and the outside, leading Anne Holtrop to assert: "There is never a moment when you can consider the form in its entirety, whether inside or outside. 'exterior'.

Although in our opinion this temporary space is a work of art in its own right, it has also hosted the unique works of four artists - Renie Spoelstra, Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky, Driessen & Verstappen and Sjoerd Buisman - invited to interpret the landscape theme.