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Cloakroom at the worldfamous Van Gogh Museum
The famous Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam stores the biggest collection of the painter Vicent van Gogh. They have a cloakroom tailor build by Cloakroom.co.uk.
The coat rail racks and luggage storage is tailored on the specifications of the museum.
In 2017 2.26 mio visitors visit the museum
5 CoatCheck OneFive printers are in use
Capacity of the cloakroom 20.000 coats.
The museum is situated at the museum plein in Amsterdam-Zuid, on the Paulus Potterstraat 7, between the Stedelijk Museum and the Rijksmuseum. The museum consist of two buildings, The Rietveld building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld, and the Kurokawa wing, designed by Kisho Kurokawa. The Kurokawa wing is used for major temporary exhibitions. The building has an oval floor plan and is three sotries high. The entrance to the Kurokawa wing is via an underground tunnel form the Rietveld building.
The Rietveld building is the main structure of the museum and exhibits the permanent collection. The building has a rectangular floor plan and is four stories high. On the ground floor there are a shop, café and the introductory part of the art exhibition. The first floor shows the works of Van Gogh grouped chronologically.
The most famous painting of Van Gogh are:
- The Sunflowers
- The Potato Eaters
- The Sower
- The Almond Blossoms.