Traast + Gruson: exposed
Dutch designers Ewoud Traast (1958) and Edith Gruson (1960) have made a name for themselves by creating stunning exhibitions for museums institutes, and for commercial enterprises. Their work, has a striking graphic character, featuring lucid and surrealist images. Amongst their most well-known projects are: - Stand for furniture manufacturer Hidden in Cologne and in Milan - Death Made Tangible, exhibition for the Museon in The Hague - Exhibition for design collective Droog Design in Milan - Exhibition for audio manufacturer Bang & Olufsen in Milan - Exhibition about the restoration of a church in Delft - 50 Alarm clocks for the HEMA, exhibition for Centraal Museum in Utrecht - Holland's 100 Handsomest Books, exhibition for the Frankfurter Buchmesse - Signs in the Street, exhibition for the Triennale in Milan
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