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Sonja Cabalt
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At OBJECT 2019 Cabalt will show a series of monumental soft sculptures made of artisan felt, combined with her latest porcelain objects, both based on processes ot growth.

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Raw Color
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The work of Raw Color reflects a sophisticated treatment of material and colour by mixing the fields of graphic design and photography.

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Michela Segato
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Inspired by the abundance of abandoned inner tubes, Michela questions the short lifespan of products and their production. By reconsidering their role she is rethinking our resources.

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Don Yaw Kwaning
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Medulla is a material research into the soft rush in which different elements of this dominant and usually unwanted weed are developed into materials like paper, textile & foam.

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Ingrid Roos
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The work of Ingrid Roos is charactized by simplicity and transparency and balances on the border of art and design. Her works consists of objects are minimalist and clear in shape with the central theme “light”.

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Brand
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After working closely with Affligem for some years, the upcoming edition of OBJECT will be fuelled by Brand beer again.

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Margherita Soldati
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Margherita Soldati investigates different ways to infiltrate architecture with sensorial surfaces to stimulate a more active and aware use of the senses.

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Alex Groot Jebbink
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Alex’ designs can be recognized by the use of honest materials with their own character and clear, simple shapes. Simplicity mixed with attention to detail equals perfection.

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Nynke Koster
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The work of Nynke Koster balances on the border between design and autonomous work. ‘The space around me is my mould’.

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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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Modern Shapes
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Modern Shapes Gallery is specialised in unique contemporary and midcentury studio ceramics. Modern Shapes is as much a gallery as it is a curated platform.

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Diego Faivre
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Diego Faivre makes products from waste materials such as cardboard tubes, plastic boxes and leather strips in the amount of time purchased.

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Schimmel and Schweikle
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Three standard office seats have been digitally stretched, blown up and morphed. The off-size frames were 3D-printed, then traditionally upholstered and reintroduced into the office.

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Tuttobene
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Tuttobene Sales Agency sells the products of talented designers and unique brands. Tuttobene Sales Agency sells unique collections of interior products, that are developed and produced by designers and brands, to design shops and architects.

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Boris Maas
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The chair ‘The Urge To Sit Dry’ aims to tackle the “stupidity of the unawareness of the upcoming disaster” of climate change for countries where water levels could threaten everyday life.

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Isaac Monté
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Crystal Knots is a series of site-specific light installations. The shape of the light objects is inspired by the biological phenomenon of protein folding.

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Gert Wessels
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Gert Wessels investigates with his graduation project ROSA SAKER / PINK THINGS (2018) the corresponding and contradictions within our everyday objects.

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The Soft World
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Beatrice Waanders from The Soft World turnes local left-over wool from Dutch landscape-projects into precious bespoke design for architecture.

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Vij5
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Vij5 is a Dutch design label with a curated collection of interior products, characterized by minimalist aesthetics and surprising functionality.

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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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Studio Petra Vonk
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Studio Petra Vonk presents PLECTERE. PLECTERE introduces texture and warmth to (office) spaces, dampens sounds through its excellent acoustic properties and contributes to better focus and concentration.

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Margherita Potenza
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Body Cartography is a collection of body jewellery to be applied directly on the skin. The collection seeks to map body energy, identifying its points of access and points of exit.

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Holyscrap
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Holyscrap handmade furniture creates furniture from scrap. Leftovers from custom projects, combined with other stuff they collect.

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House of Thol
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House of Thol create the things they miss. Living close to nature, they strive for a sustainable lifestyle that fits our dynamic family life.

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Jenna Postma
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Jenna Postma started a studio for interior and product design in 2010. She produces a continuously expanding collection of furniture and accessories.

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Secoff
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Many people stay nowhere longer with their eyes open than at work. Secoff wants that working environment to feel as good as possible.

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Bernd van Riel
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By researching the properties of ceramics, taking the material to its limit and making use of its fragility, Bernd van Riel allows you to experience the material in as well products as installations.

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Studio INAMATT
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Studio INAMATT specializes in spatial design and architecture. They combine a creative highly artistic and investigating approach with precise technical skills.

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Wille-Meike Brand
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The textile industry is the most polluting in the world after the oil industry. Wille-Meike Brand uses a new technique that provides a new function for discarded garments, not by re-using the textile itself but the imprint.

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Léa Mazy
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Making use of the fading quality of a printer as its ink cartridges run low, Léa Mazy explores how fatigue in machines could positively challenge the standards of mass production.

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Manon Stoeltie
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Manon Stoeltie is a young designer who works with the potential of materials and techniques. Freeze framing at exactly the right moment amplifies the suggestion of movement.

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Studio Ruwedata
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At OBJECT 2019 Thijs Kelder will present his ‘stained glass’ installations made of plexiglass and wood. All the parts are laser cut and manually assembled by Thijs Kelder himself.

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Tim Teven Studio
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With hands on, technical and material driven approach to design Tim Teven simplifies objects to the essence with an eye on productivity.

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Mariadela Araujo
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Mariadela Araujo is a textile artist and fashion designer from Caracas, based in Barcelona. Her style is best described as bold, abstract, instinctive, shape obsessive and with an analytical study of the color composition.

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Mirre Yayla Séur
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Focussed on the encounter and the shaping factors around us, Mirre aims to investigate the dynamic relation of how she personally, and we as humans, relate to our outside world.

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Forever Studio
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Forever Studio is driven by research, new developments and experiments. Forever is forever searching for unfamiliar combinations between autonomous and commercial design.

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Envisions
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A collective of multi-disciplinary designers, with a shared fascination for experimental research. They aim to overthrow the usual boundaries between finished product and the creative process by showcasing everything but the end product.

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Anne Rose Regenboog
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During OBJECT 2019 an installation of cubes will be shown. The cubes in the Contours-installation interact with each other but also show their individual beauty in combination with the shadow they cast.

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Mokkō
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Mokkō is an Amsterdam based design studio for interiors, furniture and acoustic panels, inspired by Japanese aesthetics.

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DRAAJ
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Karim invites you to play freely with the objects, to feel the forms and to literally put them to your hand.

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Fair Fabrics
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The mission of Fair Fabrics is to improve the living conditions of local craftsmen in developing countries that could use some help. At the same time they seek to preserve their ancient crafts.

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