MoMA's Garden Café was redesigned to coincide with the opening of the temporary exhibition "The Piet Mondrian Retrospective". OPERA was commissioned to head the redesign, showing-casing work by contemporary Dutch interior, industrial and graphic designers. OPERA's plan included a redesign of the restaurant's entrance and circulation, the layout of tables and chairs, and the lighting by various Dutch studios. OPERA also developed the sixty-six red lacquer café tables in the central area (originally designed for café De Unie in Rotterdam) and the vitrines for the display of Dutch graphics. OPERA invited various other young designers to collaborate on the design of tables, chairs and lighting. Surface area: 350 m2.