• Game changers: maritime innovations

    National Maritime Museum

    At the exhibition 'Game changers | maritime innovations', you can marvel at 25 of the most beautiful, exciting, and strangest inventions in Dutch maritime history. Kloosterboer was responsible for the production of the presentation. In addition to the furniture elements and showcases we also built a special reconstruction model of the world's first submarine - the Drebbel - dating from the seventeenth century.

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  • TIRPITZ Museum


    On the west coast of Denmark an impressive new museum has risen from the dunes. For various exhibition rooms Tinker Imagineers designed spectacular formations of bunkers, dunes, trees and amber stones. Kloosterboer was responsible for the full realization of the new permanent exhibition. Including the technique for projections, light and sound.

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  • Fort K'IJK

    Experience center

    In 2017, the restoration of the old fort at Krommeniedijk was completed and the old visitor center has been replaced by a completely renewed experience center. Kloosterboer provided the interior of the visitor center, including the interactive experience that takes you through the different spaces and the landscape.

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  • Warkums Erfskip

    Museum in the Waag

    Kloosterboer produced the new interior for the Waag in Workum. This historical location from 1650 wants to let the visitor enjoy the rich history of the fishing village. Kloosterboer has realized the interior of the museum shop and the entire upper floor, including the showcases and the technique for projections/light/sound.

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  • Zoetrope

    Efteling & Coca Cola

    In theme park the Efteling the Coca-Cola Zoetrope has been revealed. Kloosterboer was - in close collaboration with Next Empire - responsible for the entire show installation. By means of rotating parts and light effects this wonderful world comes to life.

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