Our last post about the Dutch Design Week is here. I can’t believe that fantastic day went so quick on the blog. Within a few days I’ve shared all the things I really liked about the event. Have you been there as well?
My last favorites of the Dutch Design Week 2014
This amazing cot by &me is a bit too expensive for me unfortunately but I do love the design, materials and colors. They also designed a few wooden pieces for a nursery like a baby mobile.
Then a big “WOW” for the collection of Eigen Huis & Interieur on the Dutch Design Week. Eigen Huis & interieur is a Dutch interior magazine who created their own furniture and accessories collection. It’s all brand new, in two styles called “Blond” and “Luxurious”. Check out their website for more inspirational images of the collection.
The next designer of the Dutch Design Week I would love to introduce to you is Gutedort from Germany. A studio for textiles designs. This collection is called Hidden Beauty | Inner Skins. Gorgeous materials and colors.
A very special design on the Dutch Design Week is this lamp by Atelier Mark de Weijer made of Felt and Paper. Gorgeous effects are created by these two materials and their colors + structures.
Design in full color by Scholten and Baijings. Gorgeous color palette and different kind of materials.
This project was a surprise to me. At first I saw the lamps in a much bigger size and wasn’t impressed at all. Until I saw them in these small size, three next to each other, hanging above a few chairs. Gorgeous lamps in a special shape and made of tent fabric. Visit the website of Lotty Lindeman and Wouter Scheublin for more amazing designs.
Then we reached the big workshop of Piet Hein Eek. You must have heard of him before. He is one of Holland’s biggest designers who makes furniture out of recycled wood. Next to his workshop was a shop with accessories he designed as well. Have a look at his big property!
Piet Hein Eek also supports new designers like the following ones. Stephan Siepermann for example. He designed a wooden cabinet called Mr. Knox and the Locky cabinet. This wooden cabinets are made with a wink. For example the Locky cabinet is inspired by all the lockers we see in interiors and collections. This wooden design is much more special, has more warmth and character and is something different.
His Mr. Knox cabinet is the one I like the most. It is a cabinet inspired by an old safe, but not as ‘safe’ ;-) He demonstrated how to open the cabinet and guess what? To open it, you have to twirl the big wheel so that the other smaller wheels will open the cabinet. Like a real safe!
The natural materials of By Molle were very inspiring to me. Gorgeous colors, textures and materials that have been used to create these fabrics and items.
This puts an end to my reports about the Dutch Design Week 2014. I hope you enjoyed my report and photos, and maybe I will see you there next year.