“The heyday of the Amsterdam School, the Dutch interpretation of the Art Deco style, was 1910 to 1930. Not only the buildings, but the furniture and accessories were everywhere. After World War II, the focus in the Netherlands was mainly on functionalist architecture and design. In the last couple of years however, you see the Amsterdam School returning in newly designed buildings, and the colourful and detailed objects are making their way back into our interiors as well, ” explains Industrial Design curator De Roode. The exhibition is a colourful experience of all kinds of curve-shaped objects including furniture, lamps, clocks, textiles, stained glass windows and more.