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New project by D’SIGN Award winners Lisanne van zanten & Renee Boute

Residual material is our inspiration for our new project The production of ceramics is an expensive affair. In addition to products that fall trough, there is also residual material. “This gave us the idea to use this residual materials”. Says Lisanne van Zanten working on this project with Renee Boute and winners of the D’SIGN Awards 2014 […]

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Renate Nederpel Winner of the D’SIGN Award selected for DDD 2015

Renate Nederpel one of the talents DDD) Every year a happy few selected designers get the chance to take part in a special talent program: Driving Dutch Design (DDD) a program organised by BNO, that helps novice designers on their way into the world of entrepreneurship. They follow a series of master classes, sparring with […]

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Design: Detailed work by Corina Sevilla Humphrey

Winner of the Meetmarket design competition The in Mexico born Corina Sevilla Humphrey make not only inspiring designs but is also the winner of this years design challenge organised by VBAT Meet Market. Corina studied Industrial Design at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, campus Guadalajara. In 2013, she moved to Eindhoven […]

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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 […]

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Design: Elements of Time by Nynke Koster

Elements of Time create a overview of style period’s “Elements of Time is a collection of stools by Nynke Koster, Her designs brings art and architecture together. For the collection, she searched for architectural ornaments and made moulds of various building elements. The four stools are part of a time-line, consisting of fragments of architectural […]

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Design: Playful “Tuplet” Made from Translucent Fabric

Tuplet lamp a playful design Tuplet is a floor lamp that uses a mesh fabric called Buckram. Buckram is impregnated with resin and is usually used to make the inner structure of hats. It is molded into shape by wetting and when it’s dry, it retains a self-supporting strength while remaining the translucent quality of […]

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Dear O’ Deer Planter between re-culture

Dear O’ Deer was a finalist at Spoga Gafa 2014 An indoor or outdoor ceramic planter that works on the juxtaposition of the dead and the living. The plant grows outwards from a ceramic deer skull to resemble the antlers of the deer. The planter is equipped with a lid and drain holes that are […]

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Furniture by Bruehl the funky Morning Dew Chair

Nature as an inspiration New funky Chair by German company Bruehl. The design is from designer Kati Meyer-Bruhl. The gentle Morning Dew chair is inspired by nature an with an ultra modern day edge. The Morning Dew Chair remind me of tulips, using their elegant petals developing the rear and equip sits. This contemporary flower-inspired […]

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