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Royal Philips extends its long standing partnership as founder of the Rijksmuseum
Partnering to ensure people will experience the enriching power of art. Photo: Phillips.


AMSTERDAM.- Royal Philips and the Rijksmuseum extend their partnership with another five years. Building upon the collaborative work in the museum’s renovation and remodeling, Philips will continue to support the Rijksmuseum in its mission of linking people with art and history.

Art & People’s Lives
“This year we celebrate our long standing partnership with the Rijksmuseum. We have a common mission to touch people’s lives through the convening power of our cultural history”, Frans van Houten, CEO and Chairman Royal Philips, “In the same spirit, Philips celebrates its 125th anniversary this year: our rich history in innovation strengthens our mission to deliver meaningful innovations to improve people’s lives.”

“Very proud and happy that our Founder Royal Philips continues our cooperation after 15 ‘enlightened’ years!”, Wim Pijbes, general director of the Rijksmuseum, “I am very much looking forward to work with Royal Philips to let art contribute to people’s well-being.”

Collaborations Rijksmuseum and Philips
Conserving our cultural history is part of the shared mission by the Rijksmuseum and Philips: the innovations and solutions of Philips applied in the museum aim to touch people’s lives and those of future generations with art. Today, 9,500 square meters and 7,500 artworks at the Rijksmuseum are illuminated by Philips, it is one of the largest gallery spaces ever lit by LED lighting. The lighting design has a strong focus on the visitor experience and the conservation of the artworks.





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