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Petra Blaisse started her career at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in the Department of Applied Arts. Beginning in 1987, she worked as a freelance designer and won distinction for her architectural installations.
Gradually her focus shifted to the use of textiles, light, and finishes in interior space and, at the same time, to the design of gardens and landscapes.
She founded Inside Outside in Amsterdam in 1991. The studio works in a multitude of creative areas, including textile, landscape, and exhibition design. Inside Outside, a team of diverse specializations and nationalities, works around the globe on projects of increasing technical sophistication, ambition, and scale.
Inside Outside has designed installations and textiles for the Seattle Public Library, Cornell University's Milstein Auditorium, and the Chazen Museum of Art.
A monograph of their work is Petra Blaisse/Inside Outside (NAi, 2007 & Monacelli Press, 2009).
This event is presented as part of Seeing Orange: Dutch Design at CCA. Learn more »
This program is funded, in part, by public funds from the Netherlands Consulate General in New York.