Yatno le mobilier pour espace réduit par Joey Dogge
Yatno le mobilier design pour espace réduit par Joey Dogge - dutch design lit bed table en bois pour vivre dans de petits espaces modulables.
Standalone Signature Home Decor
snickeriet furniture line - The Snickeriet furniture line embraces a commitment to the creation of stand-alone statement pieces that are both functional and room ambiance-enha...
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My name is Marij Hessel & I'm from The Netherlands. I'm working as a designer & I have a great passion for design, styling, fashion, typography, flee markets, thrift shops, traveling, blogging & especially interior styling! I would love to work as an interior stylist one day... Thank you so much for visiting my blog & feel free to leave a comment! I love that!
Flexible Order modular furniture system challenges Dutch conformity
Fabricia Chang has created a modular furniture collection in response to what she sees as conformity in her adopted home of the Netherlands.
"Homeless furniture": when design goes nomad
DESIGN_ Nowadays the word "furniture" doesn’t have the same meaning as it did in the past. What has changed? Lets have a look at the definition: "furnitures - the movable articles…
Collection 22 by Studio Dessuant Bone
Using traditional marquetry in a modern way, Studio Dessuant Bone created a collection of wooden furniture for the communal area of a community center.
COS Pop-up Store
COS Pop-up Store is a minimalist design created by Austria-based design firm chmara.rosinke. This design is a pop-up store for the fashion brand COS. Based on the concept of mobile hospitality the firm was commissioned to design a pop-up fashion presentation tool. Funtions, colors and the aesthetical approach were adapted to the needs of the fashion brand.
Mieke Meijer Design
Mieke Meijer graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2006. Since then she has been working on self-initiated and commissioned projects in her Eindhoven based workshop. Her ‘functional objects’ are the result of an ongoing investigation to the unperceived aesthetics of everyday life. No matter the starting point, from products we daily use to