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PLEM 1909-1959

Our dependance on energy has never been greater. While we may complain about the costs (financially and environmentally) electricity imposes upon us, the fact is that ready access to vast quantities of energy has transformed our lives to an unimaginable degree. 1,383 more words

Electric Co 01 Bianca Jumper

Electric Co 01 Bianca Jumper

Electric Co is the company owned and founded by Dutch (knitwear) designer and researcher Conny Groenewegen. Electric Co offers it’s customers waistcoats, jackets, bombers and jumpers; like the Bianca Jumper from the Electric Co Collection 01. 319 more words

Fashion/moda

PURPLE PLANTER TRAY

PURPLE PLANTER TRAY

Why don’t you add shades of purple to your home?!

PURPLE PLANTER TRAY €65,-

PURPLE PLANTER TRAY €65,-

PURPLE PLANTER TRAY €65,- … 106 more words

Tray

The winter wardrobe conundrum

We’re back!!!! It’s New Year’s Eve 2016 and I have been planning this post for absolutely AGES. Five months, in fact. And I’ve spent three months trying to actually get a chance to write it! 1,690 more words

Boys Clothes

Kiki van Eijk, The Joy of a Playing Child

Interview with Kiki van Eijk

Eindhoven, 19.09.2016

Kiki van Eijk is an artist, craftsman and designer who does not follow any trends. She is incredibly versatile, working with fabric, ceramics, glass, metal, wood and other diverse materials with ease and control. 2,160 more words

Design

Installation by Tessa Koot at the Dutch Design Week 2016

Installation by Tessa Koot at the Dutch Design Week 2016

That’s what this little nook at the ‘Maarten Baas Makes Time‘ exhibition was named: Installation. 48 more words

Design

Transitions 2 at DDW 2016

Transitions 2 at DDW 2016

Baars & Bloemhoff is a Dutch company which provides building materials for interior designers and -builders. For the Dutch Deign Week (DDW) 2016 Baars & Bloemhoff organized the project “Transition” (For the second time) and invited six Dutch designers to imagine and shape the materials; sold by Baars & Bloemhoff, into “Transitions II”. 70 more words

Dutch Design