Medieval pottery from the Dutch town of Bergen op Zoom has been brought into the modern times by being cast in shiny red plastic. It has also been modernized with the use of a bright red to replace the clay red of the originals. The imperfections of the handmade earthenware are included.
This lamp uses only what is necessary to create light: bulbs, wires, connectors. By multiplying these essential elements an opulent chandelier is created. Less and more are united in a single product. It is on permanent collection at the following museums: Centraal Museum - Utrecht,...
This birdhouse improves the birds’ etiquette by letting them eat from a porcelain plate; a knock-down three star bird restaurant for sweet small birds. Designer: Marcel Wanders Year: 2000 Material: polypropylene, porcelain, sisal, steel Dimensions: 11.8” x 11.8” x 7.9”
By hanging the garment of your choice on this hanger, you create a personal lamp! Designer: Hector Serrano Year: 2002 Material: acrylic, 11W energy saving bulb (bulb + shirt not included) Dimensions: 14.6” x 9.1” x 2.2”
The Come A Little Bit Closer Bench creates a unique, almost unexplainable kind of atmosphere between people. The seats sliding across the marbles combined with the sound of rolling glass mean it's hard not to have fun and the experience unites you with your neighbor,...