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Noortje de Keijzer
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Noortje is a Utrecht-based studio, which creates minimalistic playful designs, driven by a love of geometric elements, materials and colours.

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Beatrice Waanders
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Beatrice Waanders explores and pushes the boundaries in felting with leftover raw wool from Dutch local wool into contemporary bespoke felt designs for modern architecture.

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Samira Charroud
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Samira Charroud is an illustrator from Utrecht, The Netherlands. She uses design as a way to build bridges between themes and materials, often finding herself at the border area of illustration and other design disciplines.

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Studio Roex
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Studio Roex is a furniture and product design studio, with a self-imposed framework. They use already existing building components —a technique, connection, material, colour or shape— as a starting point for their design process.

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Jonne Stout
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In my work, I am striving for beauty and poetry through craft and technology. ‘Second verse’ is a kinetic sound installation based on the acoustics of ceramics.

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Kaapse Brouwers
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During OBJECT 2020 we will serve craft beers from the Kaapse Brouwers – a brewery that opts for bold recipes and loves to experiment with different flavours.

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Studio visits
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Are you working as a professional in design, art, architecture and interested in visiting one of Rotterdam’s top-notch art and design studios? On Friday February 7th OBJECT organizes a professionals day full of exclusive studio visits.

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Studio Pin
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Studio Pin was founded by Marijn Pin, a thinker and do-er with a passion for product and furniture design with clear forms, and sometimes an extra cheeky wink.

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Paul Coenen
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The manufacturing industry uses standard-sized material, and every machine works according to these sizes. Instead of seeing this as a limitation, Paul Coenen used this as inspiration to create his collection ‘Borders of Assembly’.

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Suzan Hijink
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Suzan Hijink is an illustrator from Utrecht. From her digital brush flow fresh colours and structures, that you would prefer to touch in real.

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APTUM by Ontwerpduo
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APTUM is a lighting design studio by Ontwerpduo. They create customizable contract lighting, both practical and poetic, and as functional as they are scenic.

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Iwan Smit
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The work of Iwan Smit navigates between heavy themes and lightheartedness, often resulting in colourful worlds with a dark twist.

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Pauline ESPARON
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Pauline Esparon is working on the bridge from material to matter, by questioning processes, purposes of production, humble materials and possible perspectives for crafts.

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Paulina Neiser Studio
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Paulina Neiser designed a family of bathroom fittings called ‘Elance’. Her work becomes more precious and personalized when used over a longer time.

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Ward Wijnant
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The BLEND collection visualizes the effect of different sawing techniques on wood surfaces by emphasizing the woodgrains.

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Studio Skrabanja
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Floor Skrabanja designs seamless, 3D knitted sofa upholstery. The technique she uses is ideal for producing with minimal material waste and delivers a high-quality yarn.

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Jette
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Jet van der Touw examines her dual-nationality. In the work ‘Belongings’ she presents rings as a tool to search for where one belongs.

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Galerie Door
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Galerie Door represents art and design on the verge of autonomous visual arts and applied arts: contemporary, experimental and conceptual jewellery design.

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ORU KAYAKS CLUB NL
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The Oru Kayak ‘INLET’ is a solo foldable kayak with unmatched performance & portability. The ‘INLET’ is ideal for recreational use on calm waters. Finished paddling? Efficiently fold it into a box of 100 x 48 x 25cm and store it anywhere!

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STUVR
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Sander Vredeveld is an interior designer who also designs furniture and lighting that puts a smile on people’s faces. 

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Ildikó Horváth
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Within her art and design process, Ildikó Horváth investigates the increasingly complex relationship between physical and virtual space.

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Annï Mertens
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‘On the loose’ is a sculpture installation by Annï Mertens where nonsense and joy are caught in a frozen moment in time through colour and shape.

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Raphia
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Raphia combines traditional shoe crafting techniques with modern design and natural materials.

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Adoráble ART+DESIGN
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Gallery Adoráble ART+DESIGN will present The Ndebele Table by Melchior van Dansik, a stunning new design in the wide range of already existing tripod tables.

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Occony
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Occony brings a home-made circular interior collection for the office and hospitality industry.

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Lex Pott
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At OBJECT 2020 Lex Pott presents his newest invention: ‘The twist candles’. By bending and twisting candles a new typology appears combining form, function and fun.

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Wieland Vogel
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Wieland Vogel designs interior and art objects that tell a story. The designs are an answer to his inner need to create objects with a character — they are honest, refined and show the beauty of their construction.

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Lotte Elzinga
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Lotte Elzinga graduated from the HKU Fine Art in 2019 as a sculptural installation artist. She builds compositions that are harmonious and a bit ‘off’ at the same time.

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Bas Kosters
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At OBJECT Bas Kosters will present a selection of his textile wall works. In his work, he creates worlds inhabited by radiant, alarming and endearing figures that reflect his social engagement.

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Hola Studio
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Hola Studio designs playful 3D printed lamps that evoke sympathetic emotions, recall personal stories, and create positive experiences.

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Onomatopee
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Onomatopee Projects is a curating and editorially led public gallery and publisher that is particularly known for their self-initiated and transdisciplinary projects.

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Mae Engelgeer
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Mae Engelgeer creates textile works in which elegant colours and graphic patterns evolve into sophisticated compositions and textures.

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Maud van der Linden
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Maud van der Linden is a multidisciplinary designer who works around interpersonal themes. She questions our relation with ‘the self’ and ‘the other.’

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orange or red
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Orange or red collaborated with the Textielmuseum to develop Dashes, a more than four-meter long rug. Dashes can be used as a tapestry as well as a connector between the various surfaces in a room.

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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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Atelier Markx
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Atelier Markx restores the beauty of high-quality existing materials and leftover stock fabrics by adding silkscreened prints.

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Sho Ota
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By emphasising the difference between surfaced area and un-surfaced area, functionality and the relationship with the object become visible.

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Kodai Shimizu
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‘Craft-Techmen Project’ suggests a series of repairable home appliances with an integrated craft technique; sewing.

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Morgan Ruben
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The designs of Morgan Ruben combine cutting edge technology with high-quality materials, creating products that are long-lasting, sustainable and pleasant to use.

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Sarah Reinbold
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Sarah Reinbold is recreating certain events, feelings and thoughts of her life, translated into a narrative made of fragile materials, like ceramic and plaster.

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Blooey
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Each project – product, interior or brand design – is driven by the motto: CREATE BEAUTY DO GOOD.

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