• Heringa/ Van Kalsbeek and the Zundert Flower Parade

    Liet Heringa and Maarten van Kalsbeek are beachcombers, with a preference for things which have been discarded or used up.  The basic material for the sculptures comes from jumble sales, auctions and rubbish dumps.  And for the last couple of years their primary source material has come from the Corso floats in the Netherlands’ Zundert […]

    Edo Dijksterhuis 0 Comments October 10, 2013
  • Studio Snowpuppe: Illuminated Design

    A design duo from The Hague transforms a single piece of paper into a source of luminosity. Architect Nellianna van den Baard and industrial designer Kenneth Veenebos of Studio Snowpuppe make all of their lamps by hand. Working from flat pieces of paper the team creates unique pieces that fuse modern architectural design with the […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 30, 2013
  • Live / Work

    For designers Mieke Meijer and her partner Roy Letterlé of the Netherlands based Studio Mieke Meijer, architecture and design can yield unexpected creations. Studio Mieke Meijer combines the form of a chair and function of a bed into a single new object simply called the Bed Blend.     Featured Image:  the Bed Blend All images […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 26, 2013