The Princessehof gets a metamorphosis. A long awaited new presentation of the permanent collection shall be on the first floor of the museum. Instead of an academic arrangement of the collection, in which the ceramics are neatly divided into art history, period and country, there shall be an arrangement that brings the visitors into the world of ceramics. An accessible storeyline that connects East and West, past and present, with a leading role for the top pieces. In addition, the entrance area, the tea room and the museum shop are rebuilt. These spaces are also dealt with and get a completely new layout and look.
The permanent collection is currently not available until the reopening later this year. This means that the entire first floor of the museum is temporarily unavailable to the public. Fortunately, the exhibitions Sexy Ceramics, Design #2, Anne Wenzel and Markus Karstiess are on display on the ground floor and the second floor. Construction at the entrance, the shop and the tea room start later this year, expected to start in the summer. Stay updated for the lastest news by checking the website frequently.