Posts Tagged ‘Dutch’

VLISCO UN à UN exhibition by Studio Harm Rensink, Helmond – Netherlands

February 20th, 2017

The psychedelic exhibition space was designed by Studio Harm Rensink, who ‘skinned’ the walls and floor of each room with the designs of former Vlisco designer Michiel Schuurmans, enhancing the feeling of ‘stepping into’ Vlisco.

Viktor & Rolf Fashion Artists exhibition, Melbourne – Australia

November 14th, 2016

Each room of the exhibition mirrors Viktor & Rolf’s constantly evolving, contrary identity. A juxtaposition between sleek white rooms, with elegant paper decorative elements and spaces drenched in black and harsh spotlights has been created to portray contrasting personas.

Hilt side table by Reinier de Jong for Stilst

November 11th, 2016

The table top is made of beech plywood which is painted white. The brushed stainless steel strip at the bottom of the frame counterbalances the bent ash wood pole. The frame of HILT side table has three legs and will always be stable regardless of the floor on which it stands.

Shoes and sandals by United Nude x Issey Miyake

October 10th, 2016

The shape of the sole is meant to suggest that the shoe has been cut from a piece of rock. The front curves up to enable the wearer to walk naturally, and the design will be available in white, black, pink, beige, yellow and green.

THNK Offices by Evoke International Design, Vancouver – Canada

September 18th, 2016

The design team was hired to translate the school’s inherent Dutch sensibility to the setting of the wild Pacific Northwest, and in the process formulated an innovative process of discovery with the Vancouver partners.

Design Diorama by Studio Makkink & Bey at London Design Biennale 2016, London – UK

September 9th, 2016

The installation comprises a space filled with blue foam copies of objects by former studio employees, freelancers and interns as well as products and artifacts from various other designers, artists and architects.

Gustav Bruynseraede x Issey Miyake store lighting by Zumtobel, Antwerp – Belgium

August 22nd, 2016

Frameless INTRO driver modules divide the shop into zones, where networks of motion sensors translate customer movements into a choreography of brightness levels, defining the zones and drawing customers dynamically through the space.

de Bijenkorf flagship store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 28th, 2016

De Bijenkorf’s transformation has been in full swing during the past few years and it’s now reaching its final stage with the reopening a refurbished ground floor, obviously the most prestigious section of the premises, and now awash with swathes of white marble and sleek furnishings and displays.

The Fish Pond Song installation by Jeroen Kooijmans, Hertogenbosch – Netherlands

May 9th, 2016

Video projections featured in the spatial installation appear on simple archetypal structures and their surrounding walls – not unlike the set for a contemporary theatre performance.

The Moveables furniture collection by PolyLester

April 24th, 2016

Named The Moveables, these elements – ranging from tables and seating areas to small rooms and cupboards – can be wheeled into an endless variety of configurations. Because of this, they can accommodate all sorts of different activities.

Chanel store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 22nd, 2016

The structure features a striking gradient glass façade that incorporates extensive technical research and architectural innovations, and arguably the most challenging one being to find a way to cement the bricks together without the need for traditional mortar.

Estate office by studiomfd, Tilburg – Netherland

April 10th, 2016

#+21.00 installation by Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Amsterdam – Netherlands

March 2nd, 2016

This installation is another extrapolation, albeit one that makes use of immersive architectural elements, but only to emphasize the seamless connection between the artwork and their physical context.

The Blauw Kitchen, Amsterdam – Netherlands

January 18th, 2016



Headquartered in Amsterdam, apparel brand Scotch & Soda cleverly uses the city’s solid denim rep to propel its denim line into the global limelight.

De Resident by Cepezed and HofmanDujardin, The Hague – Netherlands

December 9th, 2015

An elevated platform runs down the centre of the 20m-tall and 70m-long atrium. With an integrated reception area encapsulated by its base, the composite-clad steel construction regulates the open atrium’s circulation.

Filling Pieces Instore Presentation by Flip Ziedses Des Plantes at De Bijenkorf Store, Amsterdam – Netherlands

November 14th, 2015



Filling Pieces footwear asked the Dutch designerFlip Ziedses Des Plantes to design an exclusive instore presentation system for their shoe collection.

W Amsterdam Hotel by Office Winhov & Baranowitz + Kronenberg Architecture, Amsterdam – Netherlands

October 26th, 2015



The hotly anticipated W Amsterdam has finally arrived.

The Roast Room by Studio Modijefsky & Studio Molen, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 17th, 2015

The Roast Room’s mascot, The Butcher, a plump figure with a long nose, appears in various forms around the space: in a drawing of him pasted on the front window, or as a shiny statue standing in the kitchen, while his chopped-off leg is the restaurant’s logo and can also be found hanging outside the main entrance.

Dutch Pavilion by Totems at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy

July 20th, 2015



At the centre of a score of elaborate, expensive and often shallow pavilions at the Expo 2015 in Milan, the 2.400 m2 Dutch pavilion is like a chirpy, fresh breeze.