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Harrie Tillie Award: Design in the footsteps of Pierre Cuypers

Exhibition  /  27 Jan 2013  -  18 May 2013
Published: 25.04.2013
Cuypershuis
Management:
Hans van de Mortel
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Intro
The municipality of Roermond has granted the Harrie Tillie award every other year since 2003. This year's winners are Ruudt Peters, Joris Laarman, Scholten & Baijings and Studio Ina Matt.

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Ruudt Peters, Joris Laarman, Scholten & Baijings, Studio Ina Matt
The municipality of Roermond has granted the Harrie Tillie award every other year since 2003. This municipal arts award honours a contemporary interior designer for his or her work. Moreover, the name of the award is in honour of the former curator of the Roermond City Museum, and profiles the Cuypershuis as a platform for contemporary interior design.

The prize has now been awarded three times and has a monetary value of € 7,000 and an exhibition in the Cuypershuis with accompanying publication. An accompanying symposium is one of the possibilities. The monetary prize is indexed every three years.

The renovations in 2009-2011 temporarily interrupted this tradition. After the opening, this biennial event will once again take place in the Cuypershuis. Every other year, there will be an exhibition by the winner of the Harrie Tillie award.

The potential of all these activities is that the Cuypershuis can contribute more to cultural tourism, increasing the quality of life, creativity, and social cohesion.
Ruudt Peters. Brooch: Corpus Cauda, 2011. Polyurethan, silver. Ruudt Peters
Brooch: Corpus Cauda, 2011
Polyurethan, silver
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Ruudt Peters. Piece: Liturgical Tableware. Mixed media. Ruudt, PetersPieces: Liturgical TablewareMixed media. Ruudt Peters
Piece: Liturgical Tableware
Mixed media


Ruudt, Peters
Pieces: Liturgical Tableware
Mixed media

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