Voor Stylink.nl woonde ik de persview van Object Rotterdam in het Nederlands Architectuur Instituut bij. Er volgde natuurlijk direct een blog op Stylink om jullie te inspireren en over te halen zelf te gaan kijken. Vooral op de foto’s kreeg ik veel leuke recties. Een aantal foto’s worden door Object Rotterdam gebruikt voor de persdownloads.  Natuurlijk heb ik nog veel meer foto’s genomen die ik graag met jullie deel.

For Stylink.nl I visited the pressview of design fair Object Rotterdam at the Netherlands Architecture Intitute in Rotterdam. I posted a blog on Stylink for your inspiration and to inspire you to go and see for yourself. I received a lot of great reactions about the blog, especially about the images. Some of them are used by Object Rotterdam for pressdownloads. Ofcourse I took al lot more pictures which I am happy to share with you on my own blog.

 

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Eén van de hoogtepunten van Object is het prachtige werk van Jolein Jeursen. Het wand- en vloerobject is gemaakt van gips
in  heldere aquarelachtige kleuren. 

One of the highlights of Object is the work by Jolein Jeursen. It is made out of plaster on which she used the most beautiful colors. 

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Studio rENs met hun collectie roodgeverfde kleding. Elk kledingstuk is uniek en heeft zijn eigen code. Deze code kan je opzoeken op www.roodbyrens.nl waarna je de geschiedenis van het kledingstuk ziet.
Tijdens Object kon je op vrijdag met een eigen kledingstuk naar de expositie waar ReNs het roodkleurde.

Studio rENs displayed their collection of dyed clothes. Each cloting item is unique and has it’s own code.
You can track and trace the garment on the website www.roodbyrens.nl and check the history of the garment. 

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Work by students at Rhode Island School of Design 

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Galerie Judy Straten exhibited work by several designers.
Showing is a detail of a wooden chair by dutch designer Richard Hutten. Above you see detail of a design by Kai-Lan Chan 

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Interiorconcept consisting of several pieces of furniture and coverings designed by Remy & Veenhuizen for the Nijntje exhibition in Centraal Museum Utrecht.
Exhibited at Object by Industry Gallery.  

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Floris Hovers was at Object with several of his designs. Above is a detail from one of his chairs. He also brought his cars and boats. The light in the exhibitionroom was
as terrible as ever at exhibitions but 
sometimes you find that the light just brings that extra to your display.

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New Duivendrecht also showed work by several designers. Above you see ‘continued vase trio’ by Slim Ben Ameur. 

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Work by students of ABK Maastricht

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‘Amelie’ by Kendra Periseault made out of latex, woodfiber and glass chrystal

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‘ceramics for plastic’ by Design Academy graduate Roos Gomperts.

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De 500 truien van Loes Veenstra zijn de basis van het samenwerkingsverband tussen Wandschappen en Christien Meindertsma.  

Loes Veenstra knitted about 500 sweaters during the last 30 years. The sweaters are subject to a cooperation between
Wandschappen en dutch designer Christien Meindertsma. 

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Beautiful carpets by Studio Lizan Freijsen. The design originates by the growth of moulds. 

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Here’s a closed version of the Walk-in closet by Hosun Ching. You can see him opened in the blog at Stylink.nl 

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Lina-Marie Koeppen’s work is about individuals to start afresh and redefine themselves by reshaping their surroundings.  

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Prints by fashion designer Tessa van de Meerendonk.
The collection of clothes and prints is inspired by the BBC-documentary ‘Seeing is Believing’ which explores the way our eyes fool our brain and vice versa.

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The beautiful bracelets and necklaces designed by Ineke Otte are inspired by nature.
She uses plastics, fabrics, resin and 3d printing amongst others for her broad range of designs.

 

 

 

 

 

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