What's hiding in Delft

08 maart 2017 15.00

Gaudi with a twist of Delft Blue

Gaudi with a twist of Delft Blue There's a curiously shaped sofa-cum-art installation with Delft Blue tiles in the garden of Museum Het Prinsenhof. This sculpture is a tribute to two artist traditions – the nature-inspired art of 19th Spanish architect Antoni ...
10 januari 2017 17.41

Museum Paul Tetar van Elven

Museum Paul Tetar van Elven Called the ‘gem of the canal’, Museum Paul Tetar van Elven is a small but grand cultural site. Nestled along the canal, the museum was built as a home in the 16th century.

07 november 2016 09.15

Medical and Pharmacy Museum: De Griffioen

Medical and Pharmacy Museum: De Griffioen Old apothecary jars, early ointment tubes, syringes, and antique microscopes. The fascinating Museum De Griffioen takes visitors on a walk through the recent history of medicine. Standing inconspicuously at Koornmarkt, the museum was ...
05 september 2016 00.47

Historisch Joris

Historisch Joris The disturbing history of mental health treatment in the region is revealed at this museum.In the 19th century forced treatments were common; patients were forcibly placed in prolonged baths, straitjackets, beds and insulin induced comas. ...

13 juni 2016 00.14

Anechoic chamber

Anechoic chamber One of the quietest rooms in the country, also known as the Dead Room, is located at the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The echo-free room was designed to absorb as much sound as possible, primarily for acoustic measurement purposes and ...
02 mei 2016 00.17

Tobacco History Museum

Tobacco History Museum Louis Bracco Gartner is the owner of Delft's Tobacco History Museum, and the collection of tobacco related paraphernalia that he's accumulated has been years in the making. "My parents-in-law had a tobacco shop that they ...

04 april 2016 10.56

Prototype of Maison d’Artiste

Prototype of Maison d’Artiste The artwork on Mekelweg is a prototype of Maison d'Artiste, a cubist house designed in 1923 by artist Theo van Doesburg and urban planner and architect Cor van Eesteren. It was never built. "The heirs of Cor van Eesteren asked ...
22 februari 2016 00.06

What's hiding in delft?: Art installation of the loophole-free Bell test

What's hiding in delft?: Art installation of the loophole-free Bell test Making the intangible tangible is no mean feat. Last October, Professor Ronald Hanson and his team at TU Delft's Kavli Institute of Nanoscience proved Einstein's theory on locality to be wrong, showing that the so-called ...

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