OBJECT is thé fair for contemporary design and was held February 12-14 2016 in the impressive cruise ship SS Rotterdam.
3de Katendrechtsehoofd 25, Rotterdam
Friday 12 February 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February 11 a.m. -7 p.m.
Children under 11 for free
Art Rotterdam Week
The fair is affiliated to the other events of the Art Rotterdam Week.
The beautiful Thalassa yacht sails daily between the Waternetsteiger at the Wilhelminapier to the spectacular back side of the SS Rotterdam. For only 5 euro you can buy a return ticket and it is quite an experience!
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The SS Rotterdam is easy to reach and in walking distance from Hotel New York.
Founded by Frank Tjepkema in 2001, the studio has garnered a reputation for delivering outstanding creative work across a broad field of expertise.
Alex de Witte is an industrial designer from ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.
The leading theme represented in the work by Studio Rolf.fr is the concept of transformation.
A basic, simple approach to techniques and materials are important for designer Floris Hovers to communicate his vision and way of working.
The old swimming pool of the ship is designed by the famous Rotterdam architect Maaskant and still in its original form and shape.
The beautiful Thalassa yacht sails daily between the Waternetsteiger at the Wilhelminapier to the spectacular back of the SS Rotterdam.
House of Hermeta embraces the value of craftsmanship en high quality objects.
TuttoBene is a Dutch platform that connects designers to the market.
We are proud to have Affligem as sponsor of Object Rotterdam 2016.
Atelier Remy & Veenhuizen, founded by Tejo Remy & René Veenhuizen, is based in Utrecht and is critically acclaimed for its product and furniture design.
Wander around the cabin corridors and visit the old and hidden trossendek of the cruise ship.
The work of Dimitri Kruithof is characterized by an honest style and the use of materials like steel, wood and epoxy.
Iris van Daalen and Ruben Thier are both graduated in 2010 in different directions at the Design Academy in Eindhoven.
OBJECT Rotterdam 2015 was held on cruise ship the SS Rotterdam and attracted over 5.000 visitors.
Stephan Siepermann upgrades unusual materials into high-end furniture components.
Arnout Visser finds his main inspiration in the world of logic.
By designing I want to explore new roads and I want to be surprised where these roads take me.
Margreeth Olsthoorn works as a curator in fashion, art, design and puts it all together at one place, in a shop.
Lasinger sees architecture, visual arts, design and philosophy as unity in order to create sustainable techniques and ways of thinking for the future.
With an anatomic view on her surroundings Julliette observes and absorbs the organically grown.
In 2005 Isabel Quiroga graduated at the ‘Academie Beeldende Kunst & Vormgeving’ in Enschede, The Netherlands.
Maria Hees is not an industrial designer, not a free artist, not a craftswoman in the tradition of her craft, not an ambitious businessperson.
Hans Heetman and Jaap Patijn found each other as working buddies during their studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven.
He joined Het Malie Gilde as a volunteer and through working and crafting together a unique collaboration arose which led to the ‘Possibility Collection’.
Shami’s work is born from his critical but warm view on society.
Artist Lizan Freijsen turns something people call ‘ugly’, like stains, into something of value.
The work of Kranen/Gille reflects them as persons.
From a young age Jan Koen Lomans has been fascinated by life’s major themes such as transience, birth and re-birth, they keep recurring in his art.
Transforming a space with colour and textiles to reopen visitors’ minds to their environment.
For OBJECT Tijn van Orsouw and Kees Kusters join forces. Kees designs are robust, aesthetic and pure practical. Tijn use existing objects to arrive at new original products.
OBJECT Rotterdam 2013 took place at The New Institute for architecture, design and e-culture and was visited by over 5.000 people.
De Kraft is a platform that unites talent in the field of furniture making and represents over a dozen designers from the Netherlands.
Functionals offers a collection of furniture and home goods designed exclusively for us by innovative designers.
What can you do with PVC pipes, plungers, funnels and broomsticks? A lot, in the hands of David van der Stel.
Benjamin believes in reducing the use of resources, materials and energy.
With an anatomic view on her surroundings she observes and absorbs the organically grown.
Object Rotterdam 2014 by Robert Anderson for...
OBJECT Rotterdam is part of Art Rotterdam Week.
Chris Slutter is averse to computer techniques, but has a tremendous passion for mechanical production techniques.
A Belgian platform founded in 2015 that is all about authentic products, people and stories coming together.
Mats is exploring the possibilities of old principles in our modern context with his work: Nothing Machines.
Roos Soetekouw is an Amsterdam based textile designer who focuses on the nature of fabrics.
For Smeulders each piece is a reconsideration of a product for everyday use and its properties; a study of volume, light and perception.
HandMade Industrials makes projects which move towards reducing the gap between handcrafted and industrial processes.
Atelier Robotiq experiments with fibers and robotic weaving techniques to make lightweight 3D fiber structures.
Anne Rose Regenboog is an artist and designer based in The Hague and works with metals and plastics.
Pet is fascinated by the absurdity of the multitude of things.
Sander Mulder and his studio specialize in in the field of furniture-, lighting- and interior design.
With every project Willemsen strives to design a new way of escaping the standard and static interior.
Sannes work has always revolved around a need to play with materials and colour and showing the essence of an object or technique.
Ward Wijnant is fascinated by the special properties of materials and examines these.
Mischa van der Wekke is an applied artist and creates works that can be situated between furniture design and art object.
Morgan, a dutch designer, has had a natural fascination for the world around him and observing the fine details of his surroundings.
Thomas Eurlings is a Dutch product and interior designer. He curated an “incidental shop” with his own designs and other items for all over the world.
Her series of sculptures Hollow transform commodities into stone as a symbolic statement.
Kundert is exploring, trailing and showcasing his creativity in the fields of material development, colour and product design.
Carlo Lorenzetti’s current work examines domestic and primal archetypes in relation to human behavior.
Fleur’s work is related to fashion and the new collection SUID is inspired by the beautiful craft of bespoke tailoring in suits and costumes.
At OBJECT Jeroen will activate the flocomachine and sell the FLOCO’s.
Her installations create spaces for us to contemplate who we are, the choices we make, and how even the smallest actions end up determining the form of our world.
According to artist Sander Bokkinga contemporary society is prey to predetermined social and economical structures.
Tamara Vierbergener’s work is a portray of the invisible imprisonment that she experiences through fear and translates into a piece of jewellery.
The characteristic work of Tom Frencken is poetic yet functional.
The Soft World is a 100% environmental-friendly woolfelt label.
Wielands storytelling designs are honest, refined and show the beauty of construction.
The work of KADER-WERK consists of material research and development.
Fabrikoos believes in a renaissance of the European Crafts industry.
Edith van Kan is an Amsterdam based jewellery designer.
Atelier Monté is the designstudio of Isaac Monté, a Belgian social designer based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Daniel van Dijck is an interior architect and conceptual designer.
Assembled By Root is determined to enforce an inclusive system.
‘Daily Gems’ is a design collective of two studio’s based in Rotterdam.
Simone Post is a Dutch textile and product designer.