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Here is where you’ll find all the latest press releases about Koelhuis Eindhoven.

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Koelhuis Eindhoven x Dutch Design Week ’23: the last chance to visit the building in its raw state

At Dutch Design Week 2023, Koelhuis Eindhoven opens its doors for the final time in its raw, existing state, before undergoing renovation and presents three unique exhibitions: the site-specific light installation “Lichtspiel”, the group exhibition “Bubble Trouble” and a special exhibition about the history and the future of the place called “Koelhuis District Eindhoven under construction”.

Eindhoven and Rotterdam-based Immersive Experience Hubs join forces

High Tech Campus and Concrete Culture are joining forces with their IX hubs. Immersive experiences will profoundly impact everyone's lives in the coming years. This fast-evolving technology demands collaboration between the creative and tech industries. IX hubs 3REALITY, Koelhuis Eindhoven, and Katoenhuis Rotterdam will create an active partnership focusing on research, knowledge exchange, and talent development. This collaboration aims to enrich the national IX landscape and strengthen connections within the national and international IX community.

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erfgoedparade presents:
Foundscape Orchestra x Koelhuis Eindhoven.
The Sound of Heritage.
A unique immersive sound experience

Have you ever wondered what the giant former freezer house in Eindhoven sounds like? Now is your chance to listen to its mesmerizing melodies. The talented Foundscape Orchestra will transform the Koelhuis on Dirk Boutslaan into a living instrument, captivating your senses with their unique performance. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable event on Saturday, July 22nd, and Sunday, July 23rd. 

Photo credit: Jasper Schütz

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Memor by Lumus Instruments and Dammes Kieft is Koelhuis Eindhoven’s first commissioned art production

Koelhuis Eindhoven announces its first curated original art project: the film Memor.  The short film by Dammes Kieft features a bespoke installation created at Koelhuis Eindhoven by Lumus Instruments. This exciting collaboration showcases the ability of technology to manipulate how we experience spaces and gives the audience a taste of things to come at Koelhuis.
To watch the film and read an interview with Timothy Hendrix from Lumus Instruments, click HERE


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