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Wandschappen is on the verge of art and design

Dutch Design in a unique project says; Jan Willem de Laive

Seen during Milan Design Week, the Feltplants by Nicole Driessen & Ivo van den Baar and sold by Jan Willem de Laive. a Dutch design label that is distinctive by its choice for monumental design objects with a special function. So are the work of the artists and designers of Wandschappen Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar. Where traditional handicraft is a continuous fact and a good example for distinctive and unique design.

Feltplants Wandschappen
Wandschappen Milan Design Week 2014

The types of plants chosen for the Felt Plant collection are traditional Dutch plants grown on the windowsills of the apartments in the neighborhood Charlois, Rotterdam where the designers Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar live and work. And refers to various ethnicities that live in this area.

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Felt Plants by Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar for Wandschappen

These collaborations have been leading to very special artworks and design products, presented and sold all over the world.

Feltplants Wandschappen
Felt Plants by Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar for Wandschappen

Collection Feltplants is made by hand and therefore unique. As artists and designers Nicole Driessens and Ivo van den Baar are the connection between material, innovative art and design and production methods.

Feltplants Wandschappen
Felt Plants by Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar for Wandschappen

The sculptural forms of these plants and are made from 100 % wool, black or white. The individual objects are numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity. a Home plant serving as a design object for both in and outdoor use. Deliverable in different sizes. These sculptural objects are strong monumental icons in every interior.

Feltplants Wandschappen
Felt Plants by Nicole Driessens & Ivo van den Baar for Wandschappen

“You feel at home, where you grow your own plants.” And that is so true.

Available at Jan Willem de Laive


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