A NEW STYLE THAT PUTS KRANENBURGH AS A MUSEUM ON THE MAP
Museum Kranenburgh manages an extensive collection of art from 1900 to the present. The foundation of the collection is formed by the art of the Bergen School. The collection includes masterpieces by Leo Gestel, Jan Sluijters, Charley Toorop and Gustave de Smet. In addition, the museum houses the collections of the municipality of Bergen and the North Holland Art Center.
Our studio came up with a contemporary design that clearly goes back to the essence: clear and self-evident. Museum Kranenburgh is always the evidently the client. The design is conducive to refraining the work shown from competing. The horizontal line in the design is a nod to the horizon, which is so characteristic of the Bergen School. It also refers to the location of the museum on the coast.
Photography: Aad Hoogendoorn