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An old-fashioned corridor lined with office spaces. This are the exhibitors that will take a room and fill it with their vision.

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

SANDER HAGELAAR

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

MÉCO DESIGN

Ali Kulunyar was born in Turkey in 2000. He was interested in drawing from a very young age. He started his art journey with drawing and continues today with a harmonious combination of design and illustration. He is currently living in Milan and continuing his degree in Graphic Design and Art Direction at Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano.

ALI KULUNYAR

Approximately more than 50 million people are affected by dementia worldwide.
Clink is an interactive communication tool that offers affected people a new and playful way to interact with each other. It works without any pressure to succeed - but with the chance to provide a feeling of achievement and joy. By attaching the pieces to each other with magnets, fanciful new forms can be created endlessly. It is designed to experience ease, playfulness and encouraging entertainment. While cognitive stimulation is critical for the therapy of people suffering from dementia, Clink helps create precious moments for all parties involved.
Approximately more than 50 million people are affected by dementia worldwide. Clink is an interactive communication tool that offers affected people a new and playful way to interact with each other. It works without any pressure to succeed – but with the chance to provide a feeling of achievement and joy. By attaching the pieces to each other with magnets, fanciful new forms can be created endlessly. It is designed to experience ease, playfulness and encouraging entertainment. While cognitive stimulation is critical for the therapy of people suffering from dementia, Clink helps create precious moments for all parties involved.

CLINK

Abigail’s work investigates the impact our surroundings have on our well-being; from the buildings we live in, to the objects we fill them with. Taking inspiration from modern architecture, her design work explores the phenomenological experience of clean lines and simple forms at the intimate scale of sculpture. Most recently her work has focused on environmental impacts of design by researching biobased alternatives to traditional plastics.

ABIGAIL KUOHN

Gōngzuò is the pinyin Chinese word meaning “work”. The brand begins with a collection of unisex work jackets, inspired to the worker’s uniforms. Bright colors play the fundamental role in giving a contemporary and metropolitan interpretation to the garment: the jackets are for everyday life. There is a strong link between the brand, architecture and sustainability, all themes dear to the creator Alessandra Negri, Italian Architect.

GŌNGZUÒ

Raphia is a shoe label dedicated to combines ancient crafting techniques with natural materials and modern design. Focusing on one fiber produced out of dried palm leaves from the raphia taedigera which is transformed by the skillful hands of Moroccan craftspeople into highly sustainable shoes. It invites the user to rediscover the contact with this material that has been historically used to make shoes all over the world and that has now mainly disappeared.

RAPHIA

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