Sietze Kalkwijk
leaving At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Architectuur (2001)
Als ik later groot ben word ik architect, architecten mogen bijna niets verzinnen. De antwoorden zijn altijd al aanwezig, talloze richtlijnen, bouwvoorschriften en gebruikerseisen vormen een meer dan rijke voedingsbodem. Het enige wat rest is het kneden der concessies.
Tumar Art Group
Mrs. Chinara Makashova, Manager of Tumar Art Group
In the Mountains
Waking up at 4000 meters above sea level in Kyrgish army tent.
Presenting at CACSA organisation
Meeting local designers and disussing methods
trip to At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Preparing the car for heavy labour
Tumar Art Group
Mrs. Chinara Makashova, Manager of Tumar Art Group
Issyk-Kul lake
Like everyday we start with some vodka, but now we also have very tasty smoked fish from Issyk-Kul lake. And meat of course
Tatiana Vorotnikova
The designer herself
Fort Knox (2008)
Without fluids man is doomed to die. Why not treat our basic necessity with the respect it deserves? Fort Knox is a luxurious wine rack reserved for a single bottle, a gilded cage for the most precious bubbly.

A unique design, as each object is numbered by hand. The hammered-in digits adorn the golden halter like a beautiful scar, playfully flirting with the logos engraved letters. Its simple structure, bearing resemblance to the basic wooden archetype, is just a trick to fool the over-stimulated mind.

Fort Knox doesn’t need to scream for attention with ornamental curls and provocative patterns; its decadence and weight show off just by being there – or by an attempt to lift the five hefty kilos for that matter. Beauty is ensconced in the perfect finish, precise inscription and frugal make-up. It’s the peach at each banquet, the pièce de resistance at every table, the icing on the metaphorical cake. Eat as much cake you like, since gold will never lose its value.

Fort Knox arrogantly winks at its heritage, ahead of its time and impervious to decay.


Numbered editions (016 and higher) of Fort Knox are available for purchase, price upon request. mail for details

(larger image)
  photography: Joost van Brug
The Grand Hotel 1/9
For the temporary restaurant of the Grand Hotel in Amsterdam we constructed a giant table, as part of an audio-visual installation. All this in collaboration with Daan Verwiel, Celia Rosa, Pieter Koning, Wiebe Boonstra and Terence Teitsma.
KYDEX® Kitchen (2004) 6/8
An inquiry into functionality, visual study for modular kitchen
Tumar Art Group
Woolstock
In the Mountains
The cleanest environment I have ever experienced. Perfect drankable water within reach
Kyzyl-Tuu village
This place is famous for the production of “yurta”, a handmade felt nomad house
Presenting at CACSA organisation
Meeting local designers and disussing methods
Trip to Naryn Region
Making a wish for successful journey
visit Tumar Art Group
Woolstock
Tamchy village
Local Hotel and small felt museum
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Textile experiments
Fort Knox with Bottle
Without fluids man is doomed to die. Why not treat our basic necessity with the respect it deserves? Fort Knox is a luxurious wine rack reserved for a single bottle, a gilded cage for the most precious bubbly.

A unique design, as each object is numbered by hand. The hammered-in digits adorn the golden halter like a beautiful scar, playfully flirting with the logos engraved letters. Its simple structure, bearing resemblance to the basic wooden archetype, is just a trick to fool the over-stimulated mind.

Fort Knox doesn’t need to scream for attention with ornamental curls and provocative patterns; its decadence and weight show off just by being there – or by an attempt to lift the five hefty kilos for that matter. Beauty is ensconced in the perfect finish, precise inscription and frugal make-up. It’s the peach at each banquet, the pièce de resistance at every table, the icing on the metaphorical cake. Eat as much cake you like, since gold will never lose its value.

Fort Knox arrogantly winks at its heritage, ahead of its time and impervious to decay.


Numbered editions (016 and higher) of Fort Knox are available for purchase, price upon request. mail for details

photography: Joost van Brug
The Grand Hotel 2/9
Building the table in the peaceful countryside of Almen (the eastern part of the Netherlands).
"Armour" Men's fragrance for Dracoco
Steve McQueen
Tumar Art Group
Wool preperation
Private Craftsman
Former architect, now famous craftsman
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Away from civilisation
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Young learners
In the Mountains
A passing shepherd offered me a ride on his horse
visit Tumar Art Group
Wool preperation
Tamchy village
Local Hotel and small felt museum
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Textile experiments
DICE 6x6 Sofa (2007)
Luxury sofa design for Dice. Dice 6x6 is a shape-changing modular sofa system. Three basic form elements (twice) and six pillows allow one to create a personal setup. The sofa will be available in a wide range of Kvadrat® fabrics.

Photography: Joost van Brug
The Grand Hotel 3/9
In the famous hall, called 'oude raadszaal' (old council chamber) we assembled the giant table. Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands, go married here.
DICE Promotional Picture
Advertisement photography for dice 6x6.

Photo Joost van Brug
"Armour" Men's fragrance (2003)
Geurlijn op basis van Gasoline, studie-opdracht voor Dracoco.
De zelfbewuste Young Urban Professional, het verhuld verwijzen naar verworven vaardigheden en de ultieme mannelijkheid van de geur van benzine liggen aan de basis van dit product.
De fles bestaat uit een alumminium huls (refererend aan zeilmast, geextrudeerd en geannodiseerde) met daarin een met de duim te bedienen container. Het product is bij aanschaf naamloos, In de nylon container top is echter een microscopisch relief meegegoten waardoor de identiteit gedurende het gebruik langzaam wordt prijsgegeven.
Tumar Art Group
Patterns ready for felting
Private Craftsman
Best selling item
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Well onganised Felt producing farm
Kyzyl-Tuu village
A 'kicking' machine, saves a lot of work
leaving the Mountains
Places like this are hard to reach. we crossed all the seven bridges
visit Tumar Art Group
Patterns ready for felting
Tamchy village
Our hostess arranges a meeting with the local workshops
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Wool scarf base layer
The Grand Hotel 4/9
Putting up and positioning the giant table.
"K" Healthdrink for Unilever
Bottle prototype. Promotional video click here.
Herman Miller® Aeron Chaise 1/3
Design study and prototype based on the famous Herman Miller® Aeron Chair, inspired by modern consumerism. The design is targeted at the young digital generation, which has a reputation for living a rather sedentary and TV-filled existence. It takes the ergonomic office chair to the next level by making it a recliner-like lounger suitable for supine computing.
Tumar Art Group
Shaping felt shoes
Dog
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Cleaning the wool by beating in on an old bed spring
Kyzyl-Tuu village
The woodremains are used to heaten the water
around Issyk-Kul lake
A traditional Yurta not made of Felt, very unique
visit Tumar Art Group
Shaping felt shoes
Tamchy village
Special agent Bishen, a man of unlimited talents
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Textile experiments
The Grand Hotel 5/9
Installing the floor parts.
Herman Miller® Aeron Chaise 2/3
Design study and prototype based on the famous Herman Miller® Aeron Chair, inspired by modern consumerism. The design is targeted at the young digital generation, which has a reputation for living a rather sedentary and TV-filled existence. It takes the ergonomic office chair to the next level by making it a recliner-like lounger suitable for supine computing.
Tumar Art Group
Finished shoes drying
Factory Felt (unauthorised picture)
Communist like factory. The complete opposite of the kind-hearted workshops
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Prepaing layers of wool
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Steam installation for bending the Yrta frames
around Issyk-Kul lake
Preparing traditional lamb dish
visit Tumar Art Group
Finished shoes drying
Tamchy village
We meet with several private craftsmen in Tamchy.
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Scarf finished product
The Grand Hotel 6/9
Installing the LCD screens, in the picture Terence Teitsma and Daan Verwiel.
Herman Miller® Aeron Chaise 3/3
Design study and prototype based on the famous Herman Miller® Aeron Chair, inspired by modern consumerism. The design is targeted at the young digital generation, which has a reputation for living a rather sedentary and TV-filled existence. It takes the ergonomic office chair to the next level by making it a recliner-like lounger suitable for supine computing.
Tumar Art Group
Shaping and felting a Hat
Boy in Village
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Prepaing layers of wool
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Molds for the bent Yrta Frame components
around Issyk-Kul lake
The 'Broken Heart' mass of rocks
visit Tumar Art Group
Shaping and felting a Hat
Tamchy village
In Tamchy they have an electric carding machine
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Handcut strips of felt used for knitting
The Grand Hotel 7/9
By the end of the day, the table and champagne bar were finally installed.
Tumar Art Group
Tumar label
KYDEX® Kitchen (2005)
The KYDEX® Kitchen is a modular cooking facility, whereby the theme for each step of the design process was food preparation. The principle aim during the design of this “kitchen” was to exclude conventions, façades and hidden functionality.

On the basis of the given theme 'health', I decided to formulate as broad a definition as possible for myself and then to apply it to that which, in my view, represented every aspect of health: the preparation of godly food.

I came to the conclusion that there is a direct relationship between health and the ability to anticipate one’s surroundings whilst retaining one’s identity. This means more specifically that a form of existence, such as a structure or an organism, is healthy when it is able to endure ordeals from its surroundings whilst remaining undamaged. This is true for man and animal, but a healthy situation or “healthy design” may also be tested in this way. The final design therefore needed to satisfy man’s need to prepare food but was also required to possess a strong, unambiguous construction of its own.
With the help of a chef, I analysed the basic operations in a kitchen and thus determined the simplest and most efficient shapes and measurements. Fresh ingredients, their preparation and the supply of water and heat formed the basis for my design.

The biggest step was choosing the materials and the processing method. After extensive research I discovered a recently developed synthetic material called KYDEX® sheet. KYDEX® sheet is a high-quality thermoplastic which can be glued onto a base by means of a variable membrane press, also a recently developed technique. This technique allowed me to cover the various shapes in MDF, which is easily manipulated, water-, impact- and chemical-resistant and conform the latest hygiene standards. This comes in an unlimited number of colours and many different textures.

The kitchen consists of four parts which are put together without means of attachment. Gas, water and drainage are easily and quickly connected by means of simple couplings and complete the kitchen visually and functionally.
Scenery
It's all mountainous but there is a big variety of scenic beauty
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
In the meantime water is heatened.
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Peeling the bent wooden parts
around Issyk-Kul lake
Shepherds are all over the country
visit Tumar Art Group
Tumar label
Tamchy village
Electric water heating device....
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Ancient fabrics for inspiration purposes
The Grand Hotel 8/9
Next day, the final result.
Tumar Art Group
Knitting Patterns
LED it bee (2004)
Wat de ontwerper dient te doen. Is dat een vraag die mij bezig houdt of een een vraag die mij bezig zou moeten houden?

Als ontwerper in spé denk ik als vanzelfsprekend na over mijn toekomst. Waar zal ik terecht komen en wat ga ik doen na mijn afstuderen. In de beslissingen die deze toekomst bepalen ligt een verantwoordelijkheid. Míjn verantwoordelijkheid, als mens en als vormgever.

De vormgever zelf wordt als geen ander gevormd door zijn omgeving, zo ook de vormgever die ik zal zijn. Voor hij het weet is hij bezig met ‘eclectiek’, het zoeken naar compositie, het spelen met contrasten en het verenigen van uitersten. Het weerleggen van cliché's, het vormen en volgen van trends en het vertalen van indrukken en herinneringen in vormen, kleuren en sferen. Hij zal associaties maken bij wat hij ziet als hij reist met alle hieruit voortvloeiende vormen inspiratie van dien. Hij zal de taal spreken van de plek waar hij zich bevindt. Hij zal zijn onvermogen ‘de idee’ in woorden te vatten vertalen als een uit vrijheid geboren magie. Woordgrappen en -spelingen zullen dienen als concept en fungeren als fundament voor een nieuwe schepping. Hij zal materialen innoveren, technieken tot het uiterste drijven en overwinningen boeken op het vlak van energiegebruik en milieubewusheid.

Maar op het eind zal al van dit in het niet vallen bij de overheersende speurtocht naar één ding: Bestaansrecht.

Als ik dat allemaal eens terug lees rijst bij mij de vraag wat hiervan de noodzaak is. Wat is het nut en is de wereld beter af met mij daarin als schepper? Dan draag ik bij aan de groeiende wanorde in de wereld van de toekomst. Waarom eigenlijk, die ‘toekomst’, waarom? Of liever why?

Why can’t we just…

LED it bee
"Hawaii" resort / restaurant
Created by the countries biggest Gas Barons
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Grandson and granddaughter waiting
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Weaving the Yurta Ribbons and belts
around Issyk-Kul lake
The road to China
visit Tumar Art Group
Knitting Patterns
Tamchy village
And the most developped 'kicking machine' I saw on this trip
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Spools are mostly imported from India
The Grand Hotel 9/9
Behind the spy-glass bar images appear, showing the astounding history of the hall in which the installation is built. Audio and visuals by artist Terence Teitsma.
Tumar Art Group
Unfinished Toys
Mora Campaign 1/5
As part of an advertising campaign to promote two new snacks by Dutch company Mora, we created a 'Belgian Frietkot' (a certain type of side-of-the-road vendor). Inside an old Citroën HY we installed two deep friers and a stylish white interior.
Sigarenkoker (2001)
De sigarenkoker is vervaardigd uit een blokje kersenhout door middel van drie bewerkingstechnieken. De cilinder die als afsluiting dient is watergesneden en licht conisch van vorm waardoor deze klem komt te zitten. Vervolgens zijn er vijf gaten in geboord tot de gewenste diepte. Tot slot is het geheel gemonteerd geschaafd.
Het totale materiaalverlies houdt direct verband met de nauwkeurigheid van de gebruikte techniek, in dit geval de diameter van de waterstraal.
"Hawaii" resort / restaurant
Created by the countries biggest Gas Barons
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Rolling up the wool in rush mat while soaking it with hot water which holds a little soap
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Inside the Yurta. Outside the sun is burning (it's arround 30 degrees) but inside it's extremely comfortable
around Issyk-Kul lake
Sometimes there's just no road at all
visit Tumar Art Group
Unfinished Toys
Tamchy village
The traditional patterns are used on the propertie fence.
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Even here Ikea forstalled me. What's the use of being a designer these days.
Tumar Art Group
Traditional Carpet
Kostbare textiel (2002)
Lapje wol gebreid door Mike E. Rowling, top-man bij Rank Xerox.
Vervaardigd onder werktijd, kosten ca. 1430,- Euro.
Mora Campaign 2/5
The side of the van has a traditional vending shutter with a foldaway extension.
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
The soaked roll is wrapped in cotton cloth
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Owner of famous Carpet producing farm
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Inside the Yurta. In Kyrgyzstan hospitality knows no bounds
around Issyk-Kul lake
Local farmer
visit Tumar Art Group
Traditional Carpet
Tamchy village
Hand felted hats in many natural colours
Tatiana Vorotnikova
Beautifully finnished skirt. Has good international potential.
Tumar Art Group
Carpets ready for shipping
Sietze Kalkwijk: "hsahas"
Mora campagne 3/5
The Interior is composed of enforced polyester and stainless steel.
Verpakking Olvarit babyvoeding (2003)
Ouders geven hun kinderen kant-en-klare Olvarit wanneer ze weinig tijd hebben of ergens onderweg zijn. Deze gebruiksklare verpakking voorziet in die behoefte en is ontworpen vanuit de handelingen van het voeden. Het potje is een uitvergroting van de lepel in schepbeweging en ligt ontspannen in de handpalm.De vorm van het geintegreerde lepeltje maakt doseren en afspatelen gemakkelijk.
De verpakking kan worden vervaardigd op het moment van botteling uit het Zweedse Ecolean™, een zeer milieuvriendelijk en volledig natuurlijk afbreekbaar materiaal.
Met dank aan Lars-Eric Andersson, Ecolean™ http://www.ecolean.com
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Kicking and turning the roll, for about one hour
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Bowl for woolpainting
Kyzyl-Tuu village
Bargaining with the neighbour farmer
around Issyk-Kul lake
Searching for the perfect wood for preparing Shaslik.
visit Tumar Art Group
Carpets ready for shipping
Tamchy village
In the Tamchy village workshop they started using ancient symbolic patterns in their shyrdaks.
Mora campagne 4/5
The Interior is composed of enforced polyester and stainless steel. In the back two large bottles of propane are installed out of sight.
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Find a clean flat spot to unwind
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Girl plucking rough wool
Kyzyl-Tuu village
We made a good deal and will have enough meat for the next three days
Issyk-Kul lake
God bless the Toyota Landcruiser
Tamchy village
Outside fresh wool is waiting to be processed
Diendoek
'Diendoek' or 'The Butler' is a wine stand commissioned by Artihove.

The shape is based on the harmonica-shaped wooden wine rack available in any household appliances store. The material used here is highly polished polycarbonate in black and transparent. The accompanying butlers’ towel is embroidered with the text:

‘Kunst is niet het brood maar de wijn des levens’ (Art is not the bread, it’s the wine in our lives’

Mora campagne 5/5
Two high capacity deep friers form the centre of the cozy road side restaurant.
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Pushing the felt to make it more dense
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Local Sheep
Bokonbaevo village
The first Countryside workshop with Internet acces
Issyk-Kul lake
A secret spot at Issyk-Kul lake
Back to Bishkek
about 80 + 8 break horsepower
Golf
Wine stand #2 commissioned by Artihove.

'De baan van een deeltje in functie van de tijd’

(Translation: the course of a particle in function of time)

The engraved text refers to the physical definition of a wave. The principle of an ever-changing wave and random functionality (by defining it as such) is combined in this object.
KYDEX® Kitchen 1/9
Function studies for modular kitchen
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
The felting is finished
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Recently shaved wool
Bokonbaevo village
Stock
Issyk-Kul lake
Group picture
Back to Bishkek
Smoked fish combines well with pure wodka
Black Radiant Radiator
Black Radiant RadiatorProject On/Standby, an Inquiry into Energy
Handgedecoreerd Toiletpapier (2003)
Het grid van de meest voorkomende soort toiletpapier leent zich uitstekend voor handmatige decoratie. Door de juiste voorgeperste bobbeltjes te kleuren met een permanente stift ontstaan verrassende patronen. Mijn persoonlijke favoriet is op dit moment de hier afgebeelde “Flying Dutchmen” maar er zijn vele alternatieven die deze positie naar de kroon steken.
KYDEX® Kitchen 2/9
shape studies in foamboard
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Woman spinning wool
Bokonbaevo village
Women working surrounded by ancient patterns
Issyk-Kul lake
Never had better
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
Washing
Back to Bishkek
On the side of the road we have some kumus, fermented mare's milk, the Kyrgyz national drink. sold in old american jerrycans
Brit Milah device (2001)
Efficient, hygienisch en beeldend gereedschap voor het uitvoeren van besnijdenissen, n.a.v academie opdracht: “Ontwerp een totem.”
KYDEX® Kitchen 3/9
Making the final drawings.
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Creating cut-out patterns
Bokonbaevo village
Very international
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
The felt will dry and whiten
Issyk-Kul lake
And some more...
Bigvase (2002)
Opdracht: ‘maak een wiite vaas van 1 meter’ (Dick van Hoff). Vaas gemaakt van Big Bag. Verwarmd in keramiekoven, vervolgens met zware stofzuiger om demonteerbare mal gezogen. Materiaal hard uit na vervorming en afkoeling.
KYDEX® Kitchen 4/9
Construction of final MDF Prototype, many thanks to René Wesselink
At-Bashy, Naryn Region
The workers have left, the landscape remains
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Cutting patterns, allways in exchangeable pairs
Bokonbaevo village
The Felt Art Studio shop
Lichtarmatuur: Quattro Stagione (2003) 1/3
In de lichtarmatuur zijn de vier hedendaagse archetype lampen verenigd in een gesloten circuit. Buiten een transparante drager (bevroren ruimte) zijn er geen bevestigingsmaterialen gebruikt. De lampen zelf met de vereiste starter, transformator en ballast, een vieraderige installatiekabel en drager lexan vormen een vooruitstrevende kroonluchter.
KYDEX® Kitchen 5/9
KYDEX® Sheet Membrane Pressing, sponsored by Kama.

www.kamabad.de
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
Women working on Shyrdak, traditional carpet
Bokonbaevo village
The two Mistresses
Lichtarmatuur: Quattro Stagione (2003) 2/3
In de lichtarmatuur zijn de vier hedendaagse archetype lampen verenigd in een gesloten circuit. Buiten een transparante drager (bevroren ruimte) zijn er geen bevestigingsmaterialen gebruikt. De lampen zelf met de vereiste starter, transformator en ballast, een vieraderige installatiekabel en drager lexan vormen een vooruitstrevende kroonluchter.
KYDEX® Kitchen 6/9
The Membrane Press will seal the MDF carier from both the top and the bottom.
Don Aryk village, Tokmak
The shoes stay out at all times
Bokonbaevo village
And three employees
Lichtarmatuur: Quattro Stagione (2003) 3/3
In de lichtarmatuur zijn de vier hedendaagse archetype lampen verenigd in een gesloten circuit. Buiten een transparante drager (bevroren ruimte) zijn er geen bevestigingsmaterialen gebruikt. De lampen zelf met de vereiste starter, transformator en ballast, een vieraderige installatiekabel en drager lexan vormen een vooruitstrevende kroonluchter.
KYDEX® Kitchen 7/9
The parts demand the full capacity of the machine.
In the Mountains
Preparing a feast meal
Armour (2003)
Geurlijn op basis van Gasoline, studie-opdracht voor Dracoco.
De zelfbewuste Young Urban Professional, het verhuld verwijzen naar verworven vaardigheden en de ultieme mannelijkheid van de geur van benzine liggen aan de basis van dit product.
De fles bestaat uit een alumminium huls (refererend aan zeilmast, geextrudeerd en geannodiseerde) met daarin een met de duim te bedienen container. Het product is bij aanschaf naamloos, In de nylon container top is echter een microscopisch relief meegegoten waardoor de identiteit gedurende het gebruik langzaam wordt prijsgegeven.
KYDEX® Kitchen 8/9
Before the pressing, the KYDEX® sheet is applied.
In the Mountains
The Lamb's head is offered to the honoured guest, that must be me...
K health drink
Package design study for Unilever.
KYDEX® Kitchen 9/9
The KYDEX® Kitchen is a modular cooking facility, whereby the theme for each step of the design process was food preparation. The principle aim during the design of this “kitchen” was to exclude conventions, façades and hidden functionality.

On the basis of the given theme 'health', I decided to formulate as broad a definition as possible for myself and then to apply it to that which, in my view, represented every aspect of health: the preparation of godly food.

I came to the conclusion that there is a direct relationship between health and the ability to anticipate one’s surroundings whilst retaining one’s identity. This means more specifically that a form of existence, such as a structure or an organism, is healthy when it is able to endure ordeals from its surroundings whilst remaining undamaged. This is true for man and animal, but a healthy situation or “healthy design” may also be tested in this way. The final design therefore needed to satisfy man’s need to prepare food but was also required to possess a strong, unambiguous construction of its own.
With the help of a chef, I analysed the basic operations in a kitchen and thus determined the simplest and most efficient shapes and measurements. Fresh ingredients, their preparation and the supply of water and heat formed the basis for my design.

The biggest step was choosing the materials and the processing method. After extensive research I discovered a recently developed synthetic material called KYDEX® sheet. KYDEX® sheet is a high-quality thermoplastic which can be glued onto a base by means of a variable membrane press, also a recently developed technique. This technique allowed me to cover the various shapes in MDF, which is easily manipulated, water-, impact- and chemical-resistant and conform the latest hygiene standards. This comes in an unlimited number of colours and many different textures.

The kitchen consists of four parts which are put together without means of attachment. Gas, water and drainage are easily and quickly connected by means of simple couplings and complete the kitchen visually and functionally.
Bathroom Antwerp 1/2
Bathroom design in private house, Antwerp. Contains waterproof cement, stucco, transparent coated copper plumbing and industrial taps. Authentic double baked Winckelmans tiles on the floor, 10x10cm black with natural coloured red cross around the drain.
Sponge Vase
Porcelain and artificial sponge vase. Inspired by 'tips for housewives' in the magazine Mexanix Illstrated #4 April of 1953.
badkamer (2004) 2/2
Bathroom design in private house, Antwerp. Contains waterproof cement, stucco, transparent coated copper plumbing and industrial taps. Authentic double baked Winckelmans tiles on the floor, 10x10cm black with natural coloured red cross around the drain.
Sponge Vase with Flower
Porcelain and artificial sponge vase. Inspired by 'tips for housewives' in the magazine Mexanix Illstrated #4 April of 1953.
Made in IЯAN
Tea pot based on a messed up briefing. Porcelain, Poly Urethane and Plumbing Material.
Made in IЯAN
Tea pot based on a messed up briefing. Porcelain, Poly Urethane and Plumbing Material.
Made in IЯAN
Photoshop of Made in IЯAN in natural habitat.
KYDEX® Kitchen (2004) 1/8
Keuken uit MDF en kydex®
LED it bee (2004) 1/5
Evolution #1. Prototype.
LED it bee (2004) 2/5
Evolution #2. Prototype.
LED it bee (2004) 3/5
Evolution #3. Prototype.
LED it bee (2004) 4/5
Evolution #4. Prototype.