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The Kamer van Charitate in the Prinsenhof Delft Museum

With impressive portraits, fascinating still life pictures and lavish furnishings, the Golden Age was an era when Dutch design flourished. This heyday, which lasted around 100 years, is still very much apparent, particularly in Delft, today. Not only because of the world-famous Delft blue ceramics, but also because of the traces of the famous Dutch painter Jan Vermeer, who lived and worked there.

The Kamer van Charitate in the Prinsenhof Delft Museum is a multipurpose space thanks to Wilkhahn furniture, which is easy to configure. Photo: same-d
The Kamer van Charitate in the Prinsenhof Delft Museum is a multipurpose space thanks to Wilkhahn furniture, which is easy to configure. Photo: same-d

The Kamer van Charitate function room can be configured for various settings with Wilkhahn furniture in just a few minutes. Photo: same-d

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