Koehorst in ’t Veld is an editorial design practice that concerns itself with exhibits. We produce exhibitions, books, concepts and research for museums, publishers and other institutes. Our interest in history, place, and the mechanics of display are a driving force behind our work. We complement design with editing, writing and curating.
with us by Gert Staal on the occasion of the exhibition 'GLASS: Engine of Progress' that we curated and designed.
Since 2013 we've been residing at Eendrachtsweg 71 in a 19th century style chamber that we nick-named 'Salon Oblique'. We regularly host convivial get-togethers and the door is open for a cup of tea.
Koehorst in 't Veld has been awarded the Deutsche Architektur Museum Architectural Book Award for Lost Landscapes
as best architectural book of 2014.
has been awarded a best book design of the Netherlands the 'Best Verzorgde Boeken', a honourable mention for 'De Gouden Tulp', the Dutch award for best informative book, a Deutsche Architektur Museum Architectural Book Award 2015 and a D&AD Pencil for best book design.
Jannetje in 't Veld and Toon Koehorst have a background in both the arts and theoretical studies. Over the years we've worked on and researched the production of knowledge in a series of international artist-in-residencies. Notably in Beijing
We hold teaching positions at the Design Academy Master program 'Information Design' and are regular visiting lecturers at diverse academies.
Koehorst in 't Veld is organised as a collaborative practice that extends to include specialists in order to meet each project’s unique requirements.
Over the years a host of talented young designers have worked for us including:
Noemi Trucco, Hamid Sallali, Karlijn Budel, Amy Wu, Rachel Sender, Merijn van Essen, Tim Kwasieckyj, Dianne Rijnbende, Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, Anna Kraus, Maria Geissler, Maria‑Louiza Ouranou, Julia de Blaauw, Joanne Hakkert, Maloe Brinkman and Benjamin Sporken.