By rotating the beams around their axes, a new intersection arose. They designed a joint, where all 3 beams share equal contact with each other, resulting in a strong connection.Observing this new structure in an isometric perspective, it is as if you look at an architectural skeleton.
With this modular system, the studio will bring more variations by repeating posts and beams in different lengths, heights and widths. Resulting in cabinets with different functions
This cabinet shows what textiles can do for a simple shelving unit. Owners can dress up their cabinet the way they like by weaving fabric through or around the metal frame. The tension in the fabric, created by the wooden parts, ensures the final form and functionality of the design: open or closed, formal or playful, static or dynamic. Dressed Cabinets invite adults to play with the appearance of their furniture once again.
Framed cabinet (Special Edition)
A series of distinctive cupboards, specially designed around the material NewspaperWood, characterized by a sound and finely detailed construction.
NewspaperWood reverses a traditional production process; not from wood to paper, but from (news)paper to wood.
Unique Framed cabinet 2 by 2 doors in orange, this unique one-of-a-kind showmodel has been presented on multiple exhibitions.
This stackable chair is originally designed for the educational room of the Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The chair is sturdy and robust and has a very distinct design through which an open and honest usage is brought forward. The combination of oak with plywood elements gives this chair an uncomplicated though rich appearance.
Certified NEN-EN 16139 level 2
‘Made in the Netherlands’
Separate wooden parts and approximately 110 meters of rope result in the design of the stool/side-table ‘Wrapped’. By simply wrapping the rope around, the construction is fixed without using glue or screws.
Every product will be assembled by the designer himself in his workshop in the Netherlands.