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Participants list 2018

Jennifer de Jonge

Jennifer de Jonge

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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Joris Kuipers

Joris Kuipers

With his work Joris Kuipers shows the blurring lines between a painting and a sculpture.

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ll’atelier

ll’atelier

A functional object; transforming weakness by technique.

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The Materialists

The Materialists

The Materialists Present Paper.

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Cor Unum

Cor Unum

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

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Fransje Gimbrère

Fransje Gimbrère

Fransje Gimbrère questions the role of textile in interiors and architecture with her series of 3D-woven interior objects.

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Lizzy van Megen

Lizzy van Megen

We change nature by breathing her. Lizzy van Megen wishes it stops there.

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Anne Rose Regenboog

Anne Rose Regenboog

Anne Rose Regenboog creates an interplay of lines within the dimensions of a metal cube.

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Bas Vellekoop

Bas Vellekoop

With his designs, Bas Vellekoop strives for sustainable beauty and usability.

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Anton Hendrik Denys

Anton Hendrik Denys

Anton Hendrik Denys will show a collection of screens that play with the suggestion of privacy.

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Louis Bos

Louis Bos

Louis Bos rediscovers Africa with the Kasséna Soul collection.

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Roxane Lahidji

Roxane Lahidji

With ‘Marbled Salts’, Roxane Lahidji explores new possibilities, reinventing salt as a sustainable design material.

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Studio Arntzen

Studio Arntzen

Studio Arntzen is a design studio specialized in lighting design for domestic and public spaces.

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Raphia

Raphia

Raphia brings Moroccan craftsmanship and Dutch shoedesign together.

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Sara ten Westenend

Sara ten Westenend

”I’ve always had an ambiguous feeling towards the objects that surround us in everyday life. Perhaps I just don’t trust them.”

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Renate Vos

Renate Vos

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

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Onno Adriaanse

Onno Adriaanse

Extraordinary furniture inviting you to squeeze and touch it.

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Bobbine Berden

Bobbine Berden

Our physical distance is growing, while at the same time we become closer to each other through digital Connections.

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Rick Tegelaar

Rick Tegelaar

Rick Tegelaar likes to work with undervalued materials such as wire mesh and waste Wood. By re-examining these materials, new applications of the materials arise.

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Bernotat&Co

Bernotat&Co

The essence of Bernotat&Co’s work is to ponder the poetry of normalcy.

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orange or red

orange or red

Marieke van Heck combines traditional techniques with contemporary design.

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Albert Lieuwe Bouwman

Albert Lieuwe Bouwman

Albert Lieuwe is a collaboration between father & son based in Rotterdam.

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Tristan Frencken

Tristan Frencken

Tristan Frencken design: No-Nonsense with a twist.

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Studio Tjimkje

Studio Tjimkje

Studio Tjimkje creates products balancing on the fine lines between art and design.The Picturesque series consists of unique pieces defined by serendipity.

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Tuttobene

Tuttobene

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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Rive Roshan

Rive Roshan

Rive Roshan is an experimental design studio working on the cusp of graphic, interior and product design.

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Studio Joris de Groot, Tijn van Orsouw and Robbin Baas

Studio Joris de Groot, Tijn van Orsouw and Robbin Baas

Studio Joris de Groot, Product design Tijn van Orsouw and Robbin Baas will exhibit pieces of their latest collection. They all used the same technical textile, Colblack, but each one designed very different pieces.

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Lieve Rutte

Lieve Rutte

Lieve Rutte studied Fine Arts at the HKU. She graduated in 2017.

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MCDW

MCDW

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

Koen Jacobs

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

Floris Hovers

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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Michael Barnaart

Michael Barnaart

The work of fashion designer Michael Barnaart connects ‘high’ and popular culture.

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Lizan Freijsen

Lizan Freijsen

Artist Lizan Freijsen turns something people call ‘ugly’, like stains, into something of value.

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Femmie Duiven

Femmie Duiven

Femmie Duiven’s works play with the paradox of the metaphysical landscape versus the triviality of human existence.

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Jeroen Wand

Jeroen Wand

Studio Jeroen Wand alters, reinvents and modifies traditional combinations of materials and techniques.

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Marianne Kemp & Beatrice Waanders

Marianne Kemp & Beatrice Waanders

For OBJECT 2018 Kemp and Waanders create a silent cocoon in a hectic noisy world.

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Thijs Verhaar by Knitwear Lab

Thijs Verhaar by Knitwear Lab

Thijs Verhaar Knits, every stitch a statement, every fibre an embrace.

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JavyDesign

JavyDesign

Jeroen Verdaasdonk shows his works Memoriae and the Centauri Galaxy at OBJECT Rotterdam.

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New Citizen Design

New Citizen Design

Look closely at the present you are constructing; it should look like the future you are dreaming.

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Inge Simonis

Inge Simonis

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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WOTH

WOTH

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

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Annelotte Lammertse

Annelotte Lammertse

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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Jessica den Hartog

Jessica den Hartog

‘Recolored’ by Jessica den Hartog is a new way of recycling plastic.

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Luuk van Laarhoven

Luuk van Laarhoven

Burned is a line of furniture as a result of the research of coloring metal through a natural process.

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Weltevree

Weltevree

In collaboration with the best designers and inventors, established names and emerging talents, Weltevree develops inventive products with honest materials that last a lifetime.

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Zuiderzeemuseum | Merel Karhof

Zuiderzeemuseum | Merel Karhof

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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Tom Frencken

Tom Frencken

Tom Frencken wants to put a smile on your face.

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Alejandra Calderón

Alejandra Calderón

If so many efforts and studies were made to liberate the woman from the kitchen, could the kitchen be liberated from the domestic space itself?

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WANDSCHAPPEN

WANDSCHAPPEN

You feel at home where you create your own inspiring environment.

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Esther Stasse

Esther Stasse

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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PaulSalet | Workingbert | Theo Salet

PaulSalet | Workingbert | Theo Salet

In this perfect designed world Workingbert and Paul salet look for the human and natural by using existing and found materials.

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ELLE Decoration

ELLE Decoration

ELLE Decoration: gives full attention to furniture, design, interior, designers from the Netherlands and abroad, colour trends in paint, wallpaper and materials.

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Glaslab Den Bosch

Glaslab Den Bosch

GlasLab Den Bosch is the new glass workshop for art and design.

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Dutch Chairmen

Dutch Chairmen

Join Dutch Chairmen to travel creative production sites, suburban tech-barns and freshly established workshop that speak to the imagination.

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Petra Hart

Petra Hart

Petra Hart’s Treasures of Nature.

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Loof

Loof

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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PLANKSTAAL

PLANKSTAAL

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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STOOKOLIE 010

STOOKOLIE 010

STOOKOLIE 010, a brandnew black pepper spirit as an ode to Rotterdam.

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Post Modern

Post Modern

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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Just Haasnoot

Just Haasnoot

For every project they search for the perfect solution, whether traditional or daring, and come up with an approach that fits the specifics of your space and your requirements.

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Intrigue Collection | Eric von Robertson

Intrigue Collection | Eric von Robertson

Eric von Robertson presents a series of prototype drawings in relation to a selection of artifacts from his Intrigue-collection.

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Mariaan van den Berg

Mariaan van den Berg

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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Juliette Warmenhoven

Juliette Warmenhoven

Juliette Warmenhoven explores the tension between the natural and artificial worlds by dissecting both.

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Sander Bokkinga

Sander Bokkinga

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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Krisztina Czika

Krisztina Czika

The Set of Matter Varies explores materials that are around us in our daily life, but we do not acknowledge them as such.

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Makers Unite

Makers Unite

The exhibition “Crafting: The New & The Local” uses ancient crafts and contemporary techniques from Syria and The Netherlands to mimic the power that crafts and creativity have in bringing our societies closer.

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Melchior van Dansik | Celia Hadeler

Melchior van Dansik | Celia Hadeler

Elegant Ndebele Tables / ‘Nomadic Furniture’; Celia Hadeler, design Rugs ‘Yellow Folds’, and Annemieke Louwerens ‘My Botanical Garden’ ceramics, on show by Adoráble ART+DESIGN.

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Lisanne Meester

Lisanne Meester

Figure’ is an ongoing research into the creation of abstract objects aiming to trigger curiosity and imagination.

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Family W

Family W

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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REM Atelier

REM Atelier

Investigation into everyday objects, playfulness and spatial awareness characterize the work of REM Atelier.

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Bram Ellens

Bram Ellens

The sculptures from the series “All wound up with no place to go” are the latest creation of the Dutch artist Bram Ellens.

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Studio KLEI

Studio KLEI

KLEI’s products are carefully designed and crafted in Amsterdam.

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UWTSD

UWTSD

Swansea College of Art, UWTSD: Peep inside the minds of their design talent and feel your material future.

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Vlak Light

Vlak Light

Vlak’s new light uses reclaimed lithium batteries from your laptop.

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GjaltProducties

GjaltProducties

GjaltProducties brings newly made replicas of the iconic wooden New York subway benches to the Dutch market.

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Iris Claessens

Iris Claessens

Iris Claessens’ work is about capturing the frailty of life.

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Miriam Harig

Miriam Harig

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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Studio Doeke

Studio Doeke

Doeke van Nuil studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven where he discovered ceramics and fell in love with the expressive material.

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Spruitje

Spruitje

Spruitje makes futuristic designs with light and living ecosystems.

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Studio Kars + Boom

Studio Kars + Boom

Studio Kars + Boom give color to their own stories but also to stories of others.

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Lecturis

Lecturis

A Lecturis book should be something special to obtain.

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Ontwerpduo

Ontwerpduo

Ontwerpduo dreams and demonstrates, fantasises and fulfils, devises and designs.

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Superpower Studio

Superpower Studio

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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Studio Petra Vonk

Studio Petra Vonk

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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Jule Cats

Jule Cats

Jule Cats translates stories into physical products.

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ATELIER DRÉ WAPENAAR

ATELIER DRÉ WAPENAAR

DUTCH CHAIRMEN presents: ‘nomadic sculptures for companions’. Works by ATELIER DRÉ WAPENAAR

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COLLECT

COLLECT

COLLECT : your reference in art, antiques and design.

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Nick Boers

Nick Boers

By developing a machine that works with random information Nick Boers created a semi-automated, mechanical process to produce unique vases.

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NIGHTSHOP

NIGHTSHOP

NIGHTSHOP is investigating the boundaries between good taste and bad taste.

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Chris Slutter | Pilat & Pilat

Chris Slutter | Pilat & Pilat

Chris Slutter is averse to computer techniques, but has a tremendous passion for mechanical production techniques.

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Wieland Vogel

Wieland Vogel

Wielands storytelling designs are honest, refined and show the beauty of construction.

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Plaisier Interieur

Plaisier Interieur

”We improve people’s quality of life by offering long-lasting solutions for their living and working spaces”.

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Marjan Veltkamp

Marjan Veltkamp

Fields, the silence designed: „Silence is what we need to hear”

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Studio Josha

Studio Josha

Studio Josha is a multidisciplinary design studio based on intuitive creativity.

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The Soft World

The Soft World

WOOLCOCOON is your portable retreat.

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