The astounding designs by Jeroen Verdaasdonk
Design inspired by architecture
Jeroen Verdaasdonk (1980) started his design studio, JavyDesign in 2007. He combines his engineering experience and his curiosity to design extraordinary objects. Using his creativity and imagination he creates innovative and valuable products. His passion for design and appreciation of beauty, lead him on his creative journey. Inspired by technique and aesthetics, he goes beyond the obvious. His unique designs are one of a kind.
Cabinet X is inspired by structural design, it’s structure is covered with a steel skin for a solid appearance. Each structural panel is unique and create a dynamic image.
Centauri, a pendant lamp named after one of the brightest stars of our solar system. A combination of craft and technology.
Inspired by folding architechture and structural architecture. The handmade screen is captured with a laser cut structure.
The Dutchess, Inspired by folding architecture this object is casted by hand with a waterbased resin. Her shape resembles a classic baroque dress, with it’s elegant slip, it’s graceful waist and collar like top.
The Duke, Inspired by folding architecture this object is casted by hand with a waterbased resin. He is the male companion of the Dutchess