Texintel reports my designs at Dutch Design Week
Wonderful to be noticed!
The Irish Independent shows my work in an article on animal-free interior design products.
An interesting read about vegan and sustainable homeware and furniture coming into the spotlight.
My presentation at Masterly – The Dutch pavilion in Milan during the Salone del Mobile is noticed by Architectenweb and my large scale designs are quite extensively mentioned.
My ‘Connected’ series is still growing and includes wallpaper, textiles, tiles, unique wall objects and wall panels. In this brochure you can read all about it. You can read the digital version here, but if you want to receive a copy, drop a line!
In these strange COVID-times we all try to keep our spirits high and it’s so nice when people do notice your work! Together with HOT – Home of Treasures I’m developing several acoustic WallArt / interior products using sustainable materials like Piñatex. My work is now featured in the ‘Mobilia’ trade magazine for interior professionals.
I am really happy with this personal interview in this special about interior textiles by this business magazine, in which I had the chance to show some more about myself. The tiles is ‘Textiles as a connected element’!
The wallpaper design I’ve made for the company Eijffinger is shown in the Forecast and Trendbook for Interiors 2021/22 of Studio Milou Ket. The designs are noted for their quiet and dusty colours and calming effect.
The online tradejournal Pi Online, about interior architecture and interior products, published news about my show at Bas van Pelt in the Hague and a link to a short online video with a guided tour.
After being proposed by the Dutch Embassy in 2015 to take part with my designs at the Open Design Italia show, the Italian website Designerblog mentioned my contribution.
During the Dutch Design Week in 2013 I participated in the Klokgebouw exhibition, curated by Organisation in Design. My work was then spotted by the international trendagency Trendease.