The Kröller Müller Museum in the Hoge Veluwe (Arnhem area in The Netherlands) with a unique collection of 19th and 20th century expressive art, was ready for an improvement and modernisation of their internal wayfinding.
VB&VH were requested to fulfil this assignment.

Our solution

In close cooperation with Mijksenaar Wayfinding a more modern and up-to-date look had to be accomplished.
prototypes eventually lead to a combined choice of production-materials with aluminium, synthetic materials and foil-applications.
In total it concerned 70 various elements divided over indication-signs , texts and directional signs.
The aluminium signs were produced in a wall, a projected and a free suspending version.
Text were die cut in the aluminium, but also 3D milled out of synthetics with the front spray-painted in a different colour compared to the cross cut sides.
Foil applications and 3D direction arrows were the final completion.
We were responsible for prototyping, material-selection, technical execution and installation.
The grand masters like Van Gogh and Mondriaan are now even easier to find, followed by an interesting outing to the exceptional sculpture garden.