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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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THE RHYTHM OF LIGHT BY SUSANNE DE GRAEF

The rhythm of light

A day begins, the sun rises.
The sun starts her daily rhythm, she rises and she sets,

This is a never-ending story with a beginning and an end, it  repeats itself every day.

The light we use in our houses is very static, almost like it’s something that’s frozen, But light is not something that is static, it lives.

Light is movement, it has its own rhythm.

I designed a lamp with its own rhythm. The user decides the rhythm of the lamp by moving the lamp up and down, the layers mingle, the light get’s diffuse and the layers turn into a game of colors….

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MIRROR OF MADE BY RENS

This beautiful mirror object of Made by RenS- is absolutely a cool piece of design! The mirrors are placed in an angle: this object plays with its reflection- also the semi transparent mirror is showing a little bit of the space behind the mirror, so the result is an interesting experience of transparency and reflection of its environment.

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GRID PLANK BY DAPHNA LAURENS

The shapes of all four ‘cut and serve’ Grid Planks originate from Daphna Laurens’ grid studies, one of many methods for the design studio to devise form and shape. Varying in size and grid, all planks are designed to be clear-cut functional and aesthetically alluring, without adding unneeded materials or ‘handy’ accessories. “Cut on the smooth, serve on the grid side”. Use the plank like this and it will persist in being neat and tidy for a very long time. Oiling the beech wooden plank once in a while, using grape seed or alternative thin non-smelling oil extends its durable use. A ‘how to treat’ specification comes with every Grid Plank.

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PRESERVED KNOWLEDGE BY CLEO MAXIME

Cleo Maxime has created a series of objects inspired by traditional food preservation methods that predate the introduction of refrigeration. She is inspired by how we value our food and how this has changed over time. The collection include a cheese box made from translucent rubber that features a place for sugar to regulate humidity and prevent the cheese from spoiling. An apple-trivet is inspired by traditional apple racks that kept apples apart, increasing shelf-life and a glass item to preserve lemons; with a thin layer of vinegar, leftover halves placed on top stay good for another week. With this contemporary series of kitchen products Cleo Maxime wants to create awareness, educate and increase the value of our food. She sees her projects as a 3D documentation of the knowledge and valvues on food, which are otherwise disappearing.

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