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The Temporary House of Home exhibition focuses on exploring how our thinking about domestic interiors and design has evolved over the past decades. What makes a house a home? The exhibition is a labyrinth of rooms, each one containing a different answer to this question. Due to the pandemic, a ‘home’ has become an office, classroom, restaurant and hospital, in addition to being a safe haven. In the exhibition, these and other developments within domestic design are investigated. 

During this Sunday Stroll, we will also explore the Designing the Social exhibition. How has design contributed to new forms of living, working, and communicating? This question is central to the exhibition. Designers, researchers, and curators have selected and reinterpreted pieces from heritage collections and archives to tell us a range of stories about a century of social design.

“If you’re enthusiastic, familiar with a subject and good at communicating it, then you’re a good detour guide.”

Asha Capella is an all-rounder who loves to learn and do new things. One of her biggest passions is cooking. Her favourite things are food, people dancing offbeat and her family.

Maureen Mooren & Rudy Guedj
Rudy Guedj
Jan Bijster
Tony Santos
Concrete Blossom
Nou&Herkouw
Eric Roelen & Rudy Guedj

In compiling the education programme, we draw on the rich range of knowledge and information arising from the various research programmes, exhibition projects and related activities of the institute.