Droog started in 1993 as a statement on design, a no-nonsense, down to earth design mentality. Their unique way of thinking has defined them as a conceptual design company over the last 16 years, and has played a role in defining Dutch design internationally. Droog values what it means to be human, including subjectivity, notions of beauty and meaning, and desire for high quality experiences at the core of what we do. Droog stands for a luxury of content and experience that change perspective on daily life—whether it is authenticity, humour, slowness, engagement, or nature, the abundance of what is scarce is true luxury.
What we know as a doorbell, a square box, does not actually indicate its function. In Bottoms up doorbell nothing is hidden. The sound is created and symbolized by the crystal wineglasses. The guests are announced with a musical toast of this doorbell. Design: Peter van...
By hanging the garment of your choice on this hanger, you create a personal lamp! Design: Hector Serrano for Droog Year: 2002 Material: acrylic, 11W energy saving bulb (bulb + shirt not included) Dimensions: 14.6” x 9.1” x 2.2”
Ed Annink has made use of the fact that Gerd Arntz’s statistic pictograms are free of copyright and put them into a different context, a door mat. Design: Ed Annink for Droog Year: 2002 Material: coir, pvc Dimensions: 75.2” x 37”
Ed Annink has made use of the fact that Gerd Arntz’s statistic pictograms are free of copyright and put them into a different context, a door mat. Design: Ed Annink for Droog Year: 2002 Material: coir, pvc Dimensions: 57.1” x 27.2”
The milk bottles hang just above the floor in rows of three by four as in Dutch milk crates from the old days. Designer: Tejo Remy for Droog Year: 1991 Material: 12 milk bottles, 15W bulb (110V) and stainless steel Dimensions: 14.2” x 10.6” x 122” Special Order Item with...
This lamp functions in the same way as its counterpart the Milk bottle lamp, except this one hangs independently. The milk bottle hangs just above the floor. Designer: Tejo Remy for Droog Year: 1991 Material: 1 milk bottle, 15W bulb (110V) and stainless steel Dimensions: Ø 3.3” x 122”
Creating a striking dappled effect through the use of translucent cutouts, Chris Kabel's Shadylace Parasol adds a dramatic highlight to your patio or backyard. It comes complete with a small bird perched on top. Design: Chris Kabel for Droog Year: 2004 Dimensions: Ø 82.7” x H 92.5”, stand not included....
The seat of the swing can be filled with soil and seeds planted inside. As the vines grow up the ropes, it becomes a poetic resting place for either your garden or your living room. Design: Marcel Wanders for Droog Year: 2000 Permanent Collection: Reddot Design Museum -...
A simple way to stay warm, the hot-water bottle is a timeless product. With its soft skin and unique aesthetics, this one becomes too beautiful to hide. Design: Wendy Legro for Droog Year: 2011 Material: ABS, PVC with flock outer lining Dimensions: 16.3" x 9.1" x 2.6"...