3D printed miniature sculptures and 3D printing demonstration
Visitors of the ING bank garden had the opportunity to win a 3D miniature copy of one of the sculptures during the Open Garden Days that was made by 3Dwergen. Furthermore, 3Dwergen organized a 3D printer demonstration enhancing the experience of the visitors.
Sculpture exibition by Eja Siepman van den Berg
In the ING garden, Eja Siepman van den Berg displayed her sculptures in the surroundings of the extraordinary 150-year-old swamp oak during the event. Eja Siepman van den Berg has been active in the sector since 1974 and has been acknowledged over the years with the Charlotte van Pallandt price (1978) and the Prix de Rome (1967). Her work consists of marble, bronze, stone and synthetic torsos. The sculptures traditionally show a figurative abstraction, with missing limbs.
ING Bank at the Open Garden Days
Private and institutional gardens, which are normally closed to the general public, opened their doors on 20, 21 and 22 June 2014, allowing visitors a glimpse of the architecture and view of gardens dating back to the 17th century. Some of these unique gardens are located at Herengracht 580 in Amsterdam will again be open to the public during this year’s Open Garden Days. This location has been home to ING Bank since 1922.