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Cor Unum
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Founded and based in The Netherlands, Cor Unum produces ceramic products designed by leading international designers, architects and visual artists.

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Esther Stasse
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Esther Stasse her work seems firmly rooted in the Dutch geometrical tradition, based on a few elementary forms: the cylinder, the oval, the rectangular and rectangular beams.

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Brand
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After working closely with Affligem for several years we are excited to announce our newest Heineken collaboration. This edition of OBJECT will be fueled by Brand.

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Jennifer de Jonge
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Jennifer de Jonge observed how people use each other to lay their head on or sit against each other in parks and festivals and translated these movements into Yana.

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Zuiderzeemuseum | Merel Karhof
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For the exhibition ‘Handmade’ at the ‘Zuiderzeemuseum’ designer Merel Karhof lived in the skin of a lab-technician. In her ‘TanningLaboratory’ she explores new applications with the old Dutch tanning craft.

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Family W
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Family W: two brothers who love design and furniture. And they know you do too. So they design furniture that you can make yourself. Easy!

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Annelotte Lammertse
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Annelotte Lammertse graduated in 2017 from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. Her fascination with materiality and printing techniques play an important role in her work.

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PLANKSTAAL
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PLANKSTAAL believes that everyone has their place in society. PLANKSTAAL furniture has been made with great love and care by people who do not have access to the job market. This is how PLANKSTAAL creates furniture that matters. Because its creators matter.

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MCDW
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The label MCDW is a joint venture of applied artists MW (Mischa van der Wekke Vormmaker) and CD (Carmen Diana van der Velde).

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Koen Jacobs
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The work of Koen Jacobs is about reliving memories of his childhood and to evoke the naive playful child in you.

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Floris Hovers
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During the past twelve years designer Floris Hovers has created a colourful, playful and surprising oeuvre with a very individual autograph.

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Post Modern
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Post Modern features a growing collection of affordable postcard sized artworks created by well-known artists and designers. Each card has been made exclusively for Post Modern.

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WOTH
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WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine is an enticingly new independent magazine on design, architecture, interior design, leisure, beauty, travel and food.

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Renate Vos
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Renate experiments with different materials and techniques to create interior objects which brings a sense of wonder.

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Miriam Harig
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How can the modularity of frames trigger an awareness for a conscious consumption? Miriam Harig investigates with her modular system DIN X the impact of reduced design of daily objects on nowadays throwaway culture.

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Inge Simonis
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Inge Simonis’ work is characterized by its clear and minimalist design, which is often underpinned by a sense of surprise and chance.

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Sander Bokkinga
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Year of the Black Mamba stands for the celebration of 10 years of HOSEPIPE creations and the start of Sander Bokkinga’s Space Dream!

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Superpower Studio
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Superpower Studio dives into the internet world of ‘pointless superpowers’, and aims to grant internet users the ‘pointless superpowers’ that they come up with by creating physical objects.

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Loof
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Loof stands for wooden furniture, made from honest materials with a natural finishing and a serene geometry, for quality and timeless designs.

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Studio Petra Vonk
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Studio Petra Vonk presents PLECTERE acoustic textile design, creating calm, comfort and tactility while improving acoustic quality in interior spaces.

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Mariaan van den Berg
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The intent of the work is to draw the spectator into an arena where preconceptions about being human in a world of technical wonders could be contested.

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