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Utrecht Pop into Pop-Up

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

Pop-up Gaard?

I hear you ask. Where and what is that?

Well, it’s been up for a few days now and can be found in Leidsche Rijn Centrum, on the new shopping mall at Wenenpromenade 60.

It will be showing all of Utrecht the world Dutch Design from next generatieconflict artist, which is Unique and Affordable. It is a collaboration of Dutch designers; from HKU, Dutch Design Week Eindhoven and also from some solo designers and illustrators.

The founding fathers were Kim van der Zijde of Designer for Theatre productions and Cynthia Boom who is a designer and the owner of Kars+Boom

Pop-Up Gaard will be open until 24th of December.

Pop-Up Gaard will be selling:

Jewellery, Ceramics, Family Games, Toys, Art, illustrations, bedcovers and plaids for kids and adults, Jut art from the beach, postcards, Socks, Bags, furnishing and many more Christmas and every day items. Though they are all unusual everyday items!

They Pop-Up Gaard twice per year, but they are slightly smaller versions at kersenboom ateliers in Leidsche Rijn.

I asked what makes Pop-Up Gaard different from other shops?

unique Dutch Design, collaboration, an ideal mix of items, good combinations, and a designer’s story behind each product

Why not drop in and take a look at this unique selling base. You will be amazed at what’s on offer and you will certainly find the right gift for your loved one. Or even yourself!

Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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