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WARDROBE BY RENE SIEBUM

A wardrobe made by Studio Rene Siebum. WARDROBE is a research in exploring the dynamics in geometry, resulting in an system that allows an endless repetition of itself in size and form. The object is constructed of hexagonal blocks and transforms a wall into a wardrobe or can be built up as a separate space. Besides the clear storage function our playful nature is triggered in its use. The blocks can be turned independantly. This practical product is also an absolutely piece of art.

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Material: mahogany

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FRESNEL LIGHTS BY DIRK VANDER KOOIJ

This hanging lamp of designer Dirk vander Kooij looks like a brilliant gold colored celestial body, but it’s a lamp made out of recycled synthetics and metal. The form is derived from the Fresnel lens – a special lens that concentrates light into a relatively narrow beam which is used in for instance lighthouses, searchlights and navigation lights. The shape causes the light out of the 360 led lights to be sent up and down. The layered structure diffuses the warm light so it’s not unpleasant to look into the lamp.Furthermore, the lamp is hung up on a cup-and-ball joint so one can aim it accurately.

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WATER GLASSES FOR OODE BY DURK VALKEMA & ANNA CARLGREN

A series of water glasses in the shades green,blue and aqua.  The glasses are all handmade and therefore variable in colour and shape. The colours are the result of combining the leftovers of the pigments all together randomly. Made by Durk Valkema & Anna Carlgren at Stichting Vrij Glas – The foundation of Glass at the Hemkade in Zaandam.

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VANISHING POINT OF SANDRA TURINA

The collection Vanishing Point of Sandra Turina, was developed in cooperation with wood specialist Ruben van der Scheer. Inspired by some splits that fell off Ruben’s work bench, they were fascinated by their effect on perspective. Due to special cutting angles which Ruben used for some other products of his, the 3D impression of these wooden blocks was enhanced.

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Finished with a coloured resin layer these wooden forms take the starring role.

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SPLIT LINES TEXTILE PANELS BY MARLEEN KURVERS

Marleen Kurvers developed a effective technique to tighten wool or synthetic wires on a frame. The result is a series of textile panels with bright graphic linings and colours that were combined with each other. These panels are a very simple way to reduce noise in a big space and to divide it efficiently. And off course usable on both sides.

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Materials: wood, merino, cotton and synthetic fibers.

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MESHMATICS CHANDELIER BY RICK TEGELAAR

This latest addition to the Meshmatics collection of designer Rick Tegelaar continues in the search for new uses for chicken wire. In Meshmatics Chandelier the mesh not only works as a structural element, but also as a reflector for the integrated LED light source. The open structure of the mesh provides that the LED cooling and scatters the light through the room.

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REDDISH BY RENS

The newest product of rENs, called Reddish- was developed together with Cor Unum. They developed a collection of ceramics, coloured by placing them into a liquid red pigment- wich is absorbed by the material. The result is a collection of ceramic vases and plates, dyed organnicaly by time, but with human intervention to influence the final outcome….

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