Designed by Margriet Foolen, Nold is both new and old combined. These earthenware bowls designed for a single portion are inspired by the slow-cooking r?mertopf because it is very healthy to use them for cooking – you do not need to use oil or butter to prepare your food, allowing the vitamins and minerals to remain in your meals for a healthier you! Depending on portion size, you can choose between the shallow or deep pot. Heatproof and colorful, the silicon rings also make these bowls stackable for easy storage. Once out of the oven, you can place them on the table and eat directly from the bowl.
“I fold you” was also on display from Margriet Foolen, stackable, weather-proof, no-screw no-glue garden furniture constructed of flexible beech wood. Formed out of one sheet by using curves and cut-outs, they are both comfortable and strong. Lovely.
Let me start off by saying that I loved these deer heads. A much more pc version for atler lovers everywhere, wouldn’t you agree? Smooth and oh so modern, “My Deer” designed by Jeroen Wesselink Vormgeving is another sterling example of the talent that leaps out of the Design Academy Eindhoven each year. I’m thinking this is a designer to watch. Get this. This collection of deer heads also can be used for seating when when not mounted on the wall. Deer heads that perform double duty! Available in a multitude of colors, if you prefer to not sit on them, hang them upside down on a wall hook and presto! They’re a sleek design element for the wall. Love these.
This is Vanessa Hannen and her accessories holder, “Flatter”. Women usually hide their bags and jewelry because they do not have a place to display them as part of the decor. Flutter was designed to change that. Silver butterflies in stainless steel dance on the wall, creating a dreamy atmosphere with a fluorinated layer on the back. The reflection works with little daylight and can be created in different colours. ‘Flatter’ plays with the light – related to the angle the viewer is standing and where the light is falling – the intensity of the color and the position of the shadows changes. Can be used to hold accessories or to display alone.
(images from holly becker for decor8)
You may find this table “Tafel” by Mareanne Bosch quite interesting. Mareanne chiselled an 18th century coffee table by hand into the sleek shape of an industrially manufactured aluminum table. Merging a clean modern archetype and an antique stylized shape, both need one another to continue standing.
Email mareannebosch [at] wanadoo [dot] nl for more information.