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This Dutch designer is someone who keeps pace with the times. Her designer products are inspired by nature, architecture and science
Anne Marie Jetten
Al in 2003 presenteerde Anne Marie haar eerste serie Delft Blauwe souvenirs in de Beurs van Berlage. Souvenirs van niveau. Allemaal kunstwerkjes, die je met plezier en gepaste trots cadeau geeft.
With his understated design philosophy, Arian Brekveld creates timeless products. He is responsible for a varied body of work that is recognised all over the world.
Bas Vellekoop (1985) graduated at the Royal Academy of art in the Hague in 2010. After his studies he started his own studio in the same city. Currently with a focus on product design, although he also designs interiors of homes and restaurants. In his work Bas Vellekoop strives for honest and authentic designs.
"Even though I have a passion for aesthetic beauty, my designs are always driven by functionality, user interaction and semantics"
This Dutch designer was a true jack of all trades. Besides being the creator of many beautiful designs, he was also an interior designer and a central figure in the Dutch art world
Boxtel & Buijs
Hun simpele vormentaal verleidt wereldwijd
Cathelijne Lania besluit haar goede baan in de marketing op te geven om haar droom in Nepal na te jagen. Via Nepalese zilversmeden creëert Lania mooie armbanden, kettingen en oorbellen voor elke gelegenheid, waar ook nog een feel-good verhaal achter schuilgaat. De zilveren en eigentijdse sieraden van Cathelijne Lania zijn echte eyecatchers.
"What challenges me is to find simple solutions to everyday problems."
The multi-talented Charlotte Landsheer is a top ceramist of bowls and vases. As director of Cor Unum, she not only brings together designers, but also provides them the opportunity to develop their talents.
Corina Rietveld designs and creates the most beautiful jewelery with great enthusiasm. Rietveld uses everyday materials and techniques in a refreshing way.
Daniel Mendez Chavarro
"Creating things makes me happy. I want to share my joy with everyone who feels connected to the things I make"
Intrigued by the forces of nature, Derksen designs products that reflect the beauty of its materials and production method. Playful and bold at the same time!
Dick van Hoff
Honest and transparant products: that's what designer Dick represents. Going back to basics is one of his goals.
"I like to be inspired by the world around me. There is so much beauty, but also plenty of things that could be improved. My mission is to use beautiful aspects in a functional design in order to improve the world around me. Franken's own words.
Rowold is truly "made in Amsterdam". No-nonsense design; practical yet elegant. Designer Ellis Rowold has a deep connection with felt and leather, resulting in a stylish line of products made of natural materials.
Endry, Marieke and Natasja
These 3 young artists met each other during their time at the Art Academy in The Hague. Their collaboration proved to be so positive that they decided to join forces and start their own design studio.
In 1995, Eric founded Atelier Ozo. From this design studio he creates fine furniture and home accessories, which can be described as straightforward as they are made with a practical purpose in mind. As an independent designer he has already been responsible for several projects in the field of shop design, exhibition design and furniture design.
Fenna Oosterhoff uses powerful shapes, subdued colours and high quality materials to create ceramics with a sophisticated, robust and pure appearance.
Flip Ziedses Des Plantes
Award winning designs. Created by the half Dutch, half Spanish designer Flip Ziedses Des Plantes. The Aireado Fruit bowl was awarded the Design Plus Award, the Red Dot Design Award and Solutions in 2013.
Disarmingly simple and recognizable structures characterize the designs of Floris Hovers. Fascinated by uncomplicated shapes and playful materials, these products manage to surprise!
A prolific designer, with lots of ideas, a clear vision and a relentless drive to put Dutch design on the world map.
Franke is a hungry young designer who combines the world of cooking with design. Not surprising then, that her products are both graceful and practical!
Functionality and aesthetics always go hand-in-hand with designs by Willems. With a talented eye for detail and always looking for new material.
From her own design studio in Amsterdam, Frederik designes beautiful and, above all, functional designs. Her style is functional, playful and most of her designs focuses on light or the reflection of light.
Geke Lensink designs furniture and crockery. Her mission is to start all over again with contemporary knowledge instead of continuing to evolve. Geke Lensink's work is characterized by sturdy shapes with a minimalist character.
The elegantly shaped chairs and tables designed by Gerard Vollenbrock are marked by his passion for visual arts and furniture design. Hallmark: craftsmanship and contemporary materials.
SENZ was started from a personal frustration of Gerwin Hoogendoorn with traditional round umbrellas.
Designs by the famous designer Gijs Bakker are characterized by a conceptual context. That this results in appealing and timeless designs, is demonstrated by the many design classics of his making!
Henk Lakeman, is meubelmaker van beroep en bekend met de bewerking van hout en staal. Tijdens een reis naar Nieuw Zeeland liet hij zich door zijn vriend en kunstenaar Phil Walters inspireren om vogelsilhouetten te maken uit cortenstaal. Terug in Nederland heeft Lakeman diverse Hollandse vogelsoorten verwerkt tot vogel decoratie.
By focusing on functionality and imagination, Stallinga offers users of his designs a different perspective on product application. He creates innovative products with a new meaning.
"My designs express simplicity and creativity with a surprising twist"
Versatility and functionality are keywords for Ineke Hans, who started her own studio in 1998 in Arnhem. Having finished an extensive education, she now creates commissioned furniture, products, interiors and events.
Iris Nijenhuis is an Amsterdam based designer with a passion for laser cutting and a wide interest in experimental shapes and structures. By experimenting with laser cutting she developed a technique in which the fabric is cut into small puzzle pieces that form the basis of the design process.
His name betrays him: the Dutch designer of Bosnian origin. Young at heart, Jasmin designs interior accessories that we believe will become true collector's items in the future.
Jean-Pierre Raes, or JP, loves smart products that bring people together.
Born in Den Bosch as Jheronimus van Aken. Buried in Den Bosch as Jheronimus Bosch in 1516. 500 years later still honoured as the best Dutch painter.
Jolanda ter Hoeven
Ontwerpster Jolanda ter Hoeven is een echte allrounder. Ze bruist van de ideëen en maakt de mooiste creaties van gerecyclede materialen.
Joop Steenkamer Jr.
The conceptual designs by Joop Steenkamer Jr. are not just innovative product ideasën, but are true solutions to problems that people face. Take the compliment mirror for example; for polishing egos!
A Dutch designer who has the aim to make people happy with his designer products.
Jorre van Ast
In 2006, Jorre van Ast completed his master's degree at the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London. Jorre has won several awards for his designs. His Dish Drainer GEO earned him the Grand Prix.
After having lived all over the world, Julius Blaauw returned to the Netherlands to study Industrial Design at TU Delft.
He finished his studies and now demonstrates his skills in order to conquer the world!
Industrieel ontwerper, oprichter en drijvende kracht achter CRE8 en Creatief Coach van jong Design talent.
Specialising in porcelain. Great craftsman. Design with a smile!
"Design is no label or definition, but a way of thinking differently about products, buildings, presentations and forms."
Karin van Lieshout
These are the faces behind the brand OOOMS, best known for its cleverly designed gadgets.
Designers Jos Kranen and John Gille work together on bold home accessories with powerful lines and robust materials. There are no unnecessary details or trinkets in their designs. WYSIWYG!
Landsheer & Musch
The Reclay bowl by Cor Unum plays with your expectations. Ceramicist Charlotte Landsheer and craftsman Ton Musch demonstrate how a capricious waste product can be turned into a designer item.
Lieke van Dijk
Lieke: 'Design has inspired me all my life, though I have not followed a study in the field or something like that. My desire to design was always there, but my working life also ran differently by anything else'.
"Het is een uitdaging om vilten tassen, sjaals en sieraden te ontwerpen, die door hun eenvoud schoonheid weergeven en bovendien functioneel zijn."
Maarten Baptist plays with the way objects in our environment are often self-explanatory. He creates new shapes that are both commonplace and recognisable. Meet his timeless and decorative table decorations!
Marc de Groot
Functionality and simplicity are Marc's key priorities. How do you create an aesthetically pleasing product without losing sight of its key features?
Escher is most famous for his so-called impossible constructions such as Ascending and Descending, Relativity, his Transformations Prints such as Metamorphosis I, II and III, Sky & Water or Reptiles.
M. Peters and M. Hagoort
Mirjam Hagoort and Marjolein Peters share a passion for city aesthetics and its graphical structures. These scarves with city patterns are the result!
Enfant terrible Wanders combines simple production methods and innovative materials with basic historical shapes. His designs are challenging, ingenious and understandable to every user.
From her studio in Rotterdam, Martine Viergever designs highly individual jewelry, which creates a special bond with its wearer.
The work of Merel Bekking is highly idiosyncratic and above all else, conceptual. Her work is preceded by careful research.
Award winning product designer. Michiel's designs tend to have a strong emotional side; nostalgia, humour or even a surprise.
Since 2009, Erik de Nijs and Tim Smit call themselves the "Nieuwe Heren". This design duo loves to leave its mark on all kinds of designs. Their products are part of interior design, fashion and graphic design.
As a student, Nikolai Carels won his first design award for his design of the Lapin kettle for HEMA. He graduated in 1992 from the Rietveld Academy of Amsterdam in the field of 'industrial design'.
Vanuit DE STUDIO van NL architecten in Amsterdam bedenken, Kamiel Klaasse, Pieter Bannenberg en Walter van Dijk hun ideeën en gebouwen in een open-plan kantoor, dat vroeger vermoedelijk een magazijn was. De spreekwoordelijke 'extra mijl' is een integraal onderdeel van hun werk.
Norman Trapman is one of the designers behind Pols Potten. With his unique vases, he conquers the hearts of art lovers worldwide. The designs of this Amsterdam-born designer can be found in several major museums.
Ivan Kasner and Uli Budde both studied product design. Under the name Officeoriginair they operate as a design duo on various assignments in the fields of product and interior design.
As a designer, he plays with recognition, function and aesthetics of the design. Weller Design has set itself the target of challenging, well thought out products, that are beautiful as well. Products that make life more pleasant or that are a solution for daily challenges.
Self-producing designer Olav Slingerland works daily on his creative, self-cast ceramic dishes, bowls and vases. Ceramics by Olav Slingerland are characterized by organic forms which he is able to combine excellently with industrial details. This allows him to create startling contrasts in his work.
Annoyance over mass-production of designer products prompted Paul Eikelboom to do things differently. With 52Shapes, he developed 52 unique synthetic designer lights, which are 3D-printed in limited editions and available on demand.
Peter van de Water
The furniture and accessories designed by Peter van de Water have a clear signature with simplicity of form, function and construction. Intelligent design for living or working environment.
Dutch Designer Pepe Heykoop (1984) founded his studio in Amsterdam directly after his graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2008. Pepe is mainly involved in handwritten and handmade designs, with a natural tendency to recycle objects.
Pepe Heykoop & Tiny Miracles Foundation
Dutch Designer Pepe Heykoop (1984) founded his studio in Amsterdam directly after his graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2008. Pepe is mainly involved in handwritten and handmade designs and has a natural tendency to recycle objects.
Piet Hein Eek
His furniture from scrap wood has become a staple in design. Yet apart from being an industrial designer, Eek is above all else an entrepreneur. On Strijp R in Eindhoven, he has built a world of his own.
Pionier van de abstracte en non-figuratieve kunst en grondlegger van wat internationaal gezien wordt als typisch 'Dutch design'.
Rembrandt van Rijn
A grandmaster in light, dark, contrast and drama.
Hutten is bekend om wat hij noemt 'No Sign of Design' meubilair, functionele meubelen in een conceptuele en humoristische stijl.
Art or kitch? Ceramic artist Rob Brandt is master of illuminating everyday clichés. By playing with the essence, a new reality with innovative products is created.
Looks, smooth and cool, those are the characteristics of the 'everyday' products from this award winning designer. He designs his products from his private studio in Amsterdam.
Sabine van der Ham
Designer Sabine van der Ham knows how to design interiors and lighting in her own way.
Her studio SVDH DESIGN specializes in the design of office, catering and private interiors and in the design of lighting fixtures.
Dyed in the wool and now successful designer and owner of Kywie sheepskin wine and champagne coolers.
Seroj de Graaf
Seroj is a Dutch designer of products and accessories with a passion for craftsmanship, attention to detail and a broad knowledge of materials and techniques.
Shirley Agudo was born in the US and has been living in the Netherlands for many years. She is an author, editor, photographer and inter-cultural trainer. Books such as this one make you realize the uniqueness of the bicycle culture in the Netherlands. Shirley Agudo enables us to look at ourselves and our unconditional love for the bike! If you can't decide on a gift for your foreign friends, this book will provide them with hours of viewing pleasure!
Slim Ben Ameur
Slim Ben Ameur was born in Tunisia, but has lived and worked in the Netherlands for many years. He majored in chemistry and in 2011 also graduated from the Rietveld Academy in the field of Ceramic Art. A chemical artist and an artistic chemist!
Sofie Los Saskia & Clarijs
Sofie and Saskia have developed a perfect partnership. After years of working in marketing and communications for various big brands, they took the plunge and started developing their own products and concepts.
Design duo spek consists of Michiel van Sinderen and Steffen de Jonge. They have designed a diverse range of products. Today, they mostly focus on Snippers, building the brand, and expanding the concept.
Form follows function! The team at Studio Kluif knows how to achieve this. With bold and recognizable designs, they surprise both consumers and marketers. The fact that 'beauty' is part of their vocabulary, is proven by the Hieronymus Bosch vase.
She wanted to be a product designer, but she never thought her purse would become such a huge success and establish her reputation. In the year 2000 ....
graduated in 1997 as a graphic designer at the School of the Arts in Arnhem and been active in the designer world ever since.
Sylvie van de Loo
"I design everyday interior products with a touch of humor to change people's perception of familiar objects."
Tim Várdy studied classical piano at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. During one of his many visits to a concert, he thought of a convenient lightweight folding stool, which later achieved worldwide acclaim; The Dutch Designer Chair. Since then, a whole range of innovative products have been designed by Várdy under the name Dutch Design Brand.
Tineke Beunders & Nathan Wierink
Tineke Beunders as Nathan Wierink both graduated from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2008.
Tjalle & Jasper
Tjalle en Jasper are two young, talented Dutch furniture designers. With their vast amount of knowledge and experience they create wooden home items.
This German-born designer is a woman of many talents. In addition to a creator of successful products, she is also a graphic designer.
Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe
Designer duo Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe's goal is to create an experience that excites, surprises and broadens ones outlook. Their creations can be characterised by the addition of an extra element. An element that means more than it appears at first glance.
Vincent van Gogh
After a bleak life, Van Gogh died in 1890 and left behind a large number of artworks: more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.
The imaginative, timeless design and sophisticated materials make the products of William Noyons enduringly popular. His work surprises, inspires and is transparent. Glass Design of the highest level.
Yolanda Döpp is a goldsmith. For more than fifteen years, she has been designing and creating the most beautiful silver and golden jewelry in her studio in Amsterdam.
Yvette Scheltema & Denis Begin
Yvette graduated in architecture, but her passion lies in product design. Together with her husband Denis, she started her own design studio Mayves.
The simple, fluid shapes given to the designs by Zweitse Landsheer, result in an almost sculptural quality. With a designer vase or bowl by Zweitse you bring both a home accessory and artwork into your home.