Tree-trunk bed

Item boomstambed 2 Item boomstambed detail nieuw

Anodized aluminum champagne

Item setje champagne geanodiseerd

Crisis table with lattice

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Upholstered bench and armchair

Item gestoffeerde bank 1 Item fauteuil nieuw Item detail fauteuil

Cabinet Crisis 2014

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Crisis Furniture

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Crisi desk lamp

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Milk bench

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Old-carpets-carpet-tile-carpet

Carpet tiles are generally laid wall-to-wall in large rooms. Laying them and lifting them again if necessary can be done extremely quickly, which is why you often see carpet tiles in temporary premises. If anything gets spilt you just need to replace the one tile. In general, carpet tiles are incredibly ugly or at best, boring, so it would be nice to do something with them. Beautiful old carpets (usually boring too) are often damaged, dirty or worn in places. And carpet tiles have apparently had their day. That makes it inspiring to put a material that is no longer appreciated in a different perspective by doing something new with it. The old-carpets-carpet-tile-carpet requires quite some effort to lay; it only needs to be placed where it is needed, can be replaced and the shape and arrangement of the fitted carpet can be changed. In other words: an Old-carpets-carpet-tile-carpet is ideal.

Price available on request.

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New Tree Trunk furniture

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Item eiken stoel 02 Item stoel blanco 02 Item boomstamstoel wit01 Item detail nieuwe boomstamstoel
Item boomstam stoel hoog naturel Item boomstam stoel hoog wit Item detail eiken stoel Item tafel blanco 03

Crisis 2013 2 door cabinet

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Item greep crisiskast 2013

Steel display cabinet

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i.s.m. byBorre

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Stamped Bowl

Thanks to the grant from the Stichting Stokroos (Hollyhock Foundation), we’ve been able to create an object in silver for the Nederlands Zilvermuseum (Dutch Silver Museum) in Schoonhoven. Inspired by the stamped vase that we were commissioned to design for the province of North Brabant, we decided to make a bowl based on the same manufacturing process. However, we had a more transparent design in mind for the stamped bowl and we finally decided to include the bowl in the collection. In addition to the unique silver bowl, the stamped bowl can be produced in copper, brass and aluminium.

Item stamp schaal koper Item stamp schaal messing Item stampschaal rvs Item stampschaal aluminium

Milled oak bowls

As with a great number of other products in the collection, irritation over the creation of worthless waste material while making one product formed the inspiration for a new product (or design?). The blocks of wood are glued together, levelled on one side and worked on the milling machine using moulds. This is waste processed on a high-quality machine, which provides maximum added value. Since 2002, when we bought the first computer-controlled milling machine, innumerable products have been created there, among which the products from the crisis collection are perhaps the most important. Since we acquired a second milling machine offering greater possibilities, new ideas and products are again bubbling to the surface. The milled bowls fit seamlessly into our tradition of not throwing things away and of getting the most out of the opportunities that we have ourselves created.

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Crisis 2013

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Two color furniture

It doesn't often happen, but this idea was totally unexpected, or at least, I can't remember which hop, step and jump or associative thought preceded it. Wanting to apply colour as a part of the design was already a theme. Due to the large surface area of the sheeting material from which the furniture is made, the crisis collection, once completed, turned out to be eminently suitable as a bearer of colour. In the case of the one-beam benches, it's actually a starting point that they should be produced in primary colours; the intention is to introduce a set of colours into the new porcelain lamps too. The idea for this design is to spray the bottom as you would the base plate of a car, and leave the upper part untreated, paying no attention to the dividing line between base and top in the process. The colour transition happens where the top meets the bottom.

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Crisis chair new colors

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Item crisis nieuwe kleur Westergasfabriek Item crisis stoel nieuwe kleuren

Chopping Board

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Item planken 001

Tea towels

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New collection

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