‘Tools’ is a luminous implement which adapts to all domestic situations from ultra functionalism and poetic form to simple materials.
Mass-produced non-woven white fabric hats become the backdrop for Hirata’s delicate handmade hats.
Research and experimentation on the relation between emerging material technologies and fashion design.
The exhibition showcases the interaction of fashion, design and architecture in the Dutch culture, presenting, among others, selected works of designer Frederike Top and fashion designer Iris van Herpen.
A collection of three modern protective cases for design addicts, the customisable pop QUARTET & STACKS, the minimal organic EGG and the geometrical FACET.
ECCO, the fifth project of NAU’s future design series envisions the freedom offered by a mobile living home reminding us of the 60’s VW camper van.
A signature identity that resonates with an icon of contemporary architecture and becomes part of the building’s aesthetics while retaining its own character.
A micro-architecture comprised of 3 communicating modules.
The Rama (branch) bench by Ricardo Garza Marcos, inspired by a tree branch, evolved from the idea of having a comfortable living space outside the house.
A bench by Rafał Czaniecki inspired by simplicity of architecture. Laser cut from one sheet of steel.
Artwork, turnarounds and packaging for the first series of Go Lucky Neko, a set of nine three inch tall vinyl toys, created by Delme. Produced by Dreamland Toyworks (USA).
A new, stylish and contemporary appearance of the Tufty-Time family of sofas.
‘Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free’ Michelangelo.
Its stylish design makes sure that this particular tool is not left unwanted at the corner of some toolbox.
A colourful installation explores the juxtaposition of old and new, while tracing and reshaping fragments of an abandoned house.
Benjamin Hubert’s intriguing work is presented at the Directorenhaus from June 6 until August 30, 2011.
A hovering cloud of light, fragile, yet imposing.
A state-of-the-art lamp with an organic shape inspired by mysterious ocean life forms.
A design experiment using fashion, packaging, typography and photography, an interaction between two and three dimensional worlds.
Elegant and sporty, the Trimaran is distinguished by the elegance of a sailing yacht and the progressive sophistication of Audi.
A rocking base and a faceted cushion add a fresh feel to an icon of minimalistic aesthetics.
A lighting collection resembling the water glass and the infinity symbol ( ∞).
A special model designed to celebrate the 75th birthday of the classic BMW 328.
Colourful soft transparent jellyfish-like set of earphones hide the entire device.
Paper lanterns revived.
Trapeze is a striking sculptural piece and extremely functional tool, animating any work or living space with delectable colours and variable proportions.
Characterised by its austere industrial aesthetics, CB: Trash Bag Container is a durable piece of urban furniture that serves as a trash bag container and a bench.
Cool curlers with a street attitude.
Iconic pieces by one of the most awe-inspiring designers represented by the Ornamentum Gallery.
TIGER presents a creative contemporary culture from an honest and aesthetic perspective.
Interlux chair literally lights up the room.
A pendant lamp made simply by rolling up two steel sheets from the same form.