In 2017 it will be 100 years ago that Theo van Doesburg established a journal called De Stijl to showcase the artistic philosophy of the Dutch art movement 'De Stijl". World-famous artists like Piet Mondriaan, Gerrit Rietveld and Bart van der Leck were members of the avant-garde movement. The biggest Mondrian and De Stijl collection will be presented in the masterpiece of the architect who has been an enormous source of inspiration for many De Stijl artists: Berlage's Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
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The Hague breathes culture, from modern dance to classical music and from theatre to art, lots of art! Take inspiration from the special Hague museums and beautiful exhibitions. Admire the excellent works by Rembrandt and Vermeer in the Mauritshuis. Give your imagination free reign at Escher Museum in the Palace Museum. And discover the pearl in the dunes of Scheveningen: Museum Beelden aan Zee.
De Stijl designs still pop up everywhere in the modern streetscape, but their shape and ideas are particularly anchored in the DNA of the world famous Dutch Design. Famous examples of De Stijl are Gerrit Rietveld's red-blue chair, the Bruynzeel kitchens of Piet Zwart and in The Hague, the de Papaverhof residential area by Jan Wils and the Nirwana flat of Jan Duiker.
Restaurants and cafes
The Hague offers a rich diversity of culinary delicacies from every corner of the globe, as reflected in the many different restaurants, ranging from inviting eateries to Michelin-star restaurants. There really is something for everyone
Stay a night in The Hague
Stay a night in The Hague? The city centre offers a range of design hotels, varying from famous accommodation where different well-known individuals stayed before you, to intimate boutique hotels with a very personal touch. And of course for the real holiday feeling, you will stay on the Scheveningen beach
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