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Frank Tjepkema (born 1970) is a Dutch designer based in Amsterdam. He started his award winning design agency Tjep. in 2001 and works in a broad variety of disciplines including sculpture, architecture, interior design, product design and jewellery.

TJEP

This Creative Chef Studio project is designed by artist Jasper Udink ten Cate and part of the Studio’s FUTURE FOOD QUEST program. A quest that tries to connect creatives and designers to become part of a journey towards a better food system.

CREATIVE CHEF

Consistent Inconsistency begins with a question about the illusion of a consistent and stable identity imposed by modern society. As a work that reveals the naturalness of the various identities that individuals have in various societies, he created a series of chairs inspired by defence mechanisms.

STUDIOIJYBYJI

Despite the enormous mountain ahead, imat decided to take up the challenge of developing a recycled yarn from waste textiles that meets the highest industrial standards.

ENVISIONS

MirrorType is an immersive installation of stainless steel (dibond). The work invites the viewer to enter a universe without references and preconceptions. The floor, ceiling and walls create a sense of estrangement with their reflections.

LORENZO MARINI

FieldS is the brand of Marjan Veltkamp, a Dutch designer. She creates objects that improve acoustics. The origin is always nature; the result, a unique, handmade object that increases pleasure in work or life. The objects are pieces of art. Modular so you can chance the composition if you like!

FIELDS

TOBIA ZAMBOTTI & ALEKSI SAASTAMOINEN 

SVARTBYSVART

HSIANG HAN DESIGN x CARACOL

the Cookery (www.thecookery.eu) is the most complete compact kitchen island for your project. the Cookery is the kitchen that fits: in your home, but also to your taste and needs. This is reflected in details such as the slightly higher worktop, but also in the standard luxury options and the space to cook together.

THE COOKERY

the Lavatory (www.thelavatory.eu) is making choices easy. The bathroom is where the day begins and ends. It is therefore nice if that place radiates serenity, and if everything there is perfectly harmonised.

THE LAVATORY

STUDIO LIZAN FREIJSEN

orange or red designer Marieke van Heck combines traditional techniques with contemporary design. Her investigative approach leads to innovative methods that result in eye-catching, timeless products.

ORANGE OR RED

The Algal Mass is an informal temple where three Algal Priests perform a daily ritual to worship the magic of life, and celebrate the conjunction of Sun and Earth as the generator of all sorts of living creatures.

CESARE GRIFFA

Working with emerging talent as well as more established names, Hollands Licht develops timeless products that will continue to attract attention in a subtle way. Our luminaires are not only pleasing to the eye; they also offer optimal lighting comfort.

HOLLANDS LICHT

Max Jungblut ©, a Dutch-based upcoming international brand with model and brand registration worldwide. We do indoor and outdoor furniture for the luxury market, B2B and B2C.

MAX JUNGBLUT

Despite the enormous mountain ahead, imat decided to take up the challenge of developing a recycled yarn from waste textiles that meets the highest industrial standards.

MA Design & Future Making

VAN TOT

The visible art of connecting originates from prior research on connecting four sheets without the use of glue or other known connections in the furniture industry.

ATELIERS ZELIJ

Huqrugs creates custom flatweave rugs with all the understated elegance and unconventional quirks of Dutch design.

HUQRUGS

A+N believe in the power of the senses to enhance well being, and are collaborating with Psychologist of Senses&Spaces Renske Bongers to design interior products that are proven to contribute to individual health and happiness.

ALISSA + NIENKE

Studio AENEAE, founded in 2020 by siblings Erna and Victor de Bie, specialises in unique and contemporary interior and art objects.

STUDIO AENEAE  VICTOR + ERNA 

Atelier Ruben van Megen believes that reflecting on the past provides valuable input to shape the present. In the conversation pieces, memories are immortalized that stir emotions. The designs come from the hands of a craftsman and reflect an artist’s soul.

ATELIER RUBEN VAN MEGEN

Stemming from inspiration in isolation, I share my art so the world can make sense of its absurdity. With everything that digitalisation enables, it’s tempting, almost too tempting to manipulate it and why not? We manipulate our lives every day as how we want it to look and art is just a reflection of your perception.

PABLO CANTATORE

The Bend Connections collection by Jelle Haverkort is inspired by the free, shapable form of steamed wood, showcasing the beauty and potential of this material.

JELLE HAVENKORT

The visible art of connecting originates from prior research on connecting four sheets without the use of glue or other known connections in the furniture industry.

ZOWA 

 

In a small room; a corner office on the first floor of an empty office block, there is, contained within the space, the near future

SUPERCYCLERS

Concepts that demonstrate that this strategic focus on folding produces advantages in manufacturing, sustainability, and morphogenic matters.

WASATCH DESIGN COLLECTIVE  

The theme of this exhibition is the fusion of nature and new technological materials. This exhibition will feature collaborative works with glass artists from 2020 as well as new artworks.

9+1 

“Irogami: piece of grater” is a compact grater that fits in the palm of the user’s hand with a new style never seen before.

GENSUKE KISHI

Following the studio’s self-developed method called “The Math of Design – Thinking Inside the Box”, we came up with an idea to find an appropriate use for those masks and help keep our planet clean.

STUDIO RDD

Cylinder covered by a hand knitted screen. It was constructed to be a movement investigative space and to blur dance and textile art boundaries. ○´s concept is based on the idea of the body, human’s first vehicle of expression.

CRISTINA LISOT

SABINA SCHREURS

With her project ‘As a farmer’, Naomi Remijn shows Zeeland traditional costumes in contemporary products.

STUDIO NAOMI REMIJN

K.5.21 is an aluminum stool that goes back to basics. Its shape is inspired by an upright sitting position.  A horizontal seat, a vertical back and an inclined front.  Thanks to an exploration in thickness the stool is a contradiction of a large and solid volume that seems very thin and fragile. 

JORD LINDELAUF

How can we deal with tradition? How do we take advantage of what we have now? Project ‘Foliation Project’ (2022) plays with different time axes that the designer empathize. The images of contemporary advertisement and pattern of ancient celadon are both the trigger to celebrate tradition and explore the loss when faced with the changes in modern society.

STUDIO YONGWON

Unilin Panels will showcase their mobile Trendshooter: a hybrid booth made for reaching customers worldwide in an innovative, interactive and fun way.

UNILIN PANELS

AllesUrban will showcase at Certosa Initiative a portable bench on wheels and an outdoor furniture element for private and commercial use. The design of both objects aims to provide flexible new solutions for the urban environment.

ALLES URBAN

SANDER HAGELAAR

Lambert Kamps presents at Certosa the Tube Display. It is kinetic light artwork that uses compressed air to present texts in a dynamic way. In a flow words arise and are wiped out by the following ones. The display consists of a grid from 104 pneumatic moving light-emitting tubes.

LAMBERT KAMPS

Studio Stefan Leuchter designs light-objects, interiors and installations on the borders of art and design. Experimenting with light, technology and architecture guides the design process.

STUDIO STEFAN LEUCHTER

We had to embrace silence, we had to embrace nothing to let things evolve out of nothing. That has been a huge influence on our new approach to designing spaces, diffusing objects and perfumes.

SOM PERFUME

MÉCO DESIGN

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