Category Archives: CuratorCabinet

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Big Bubble Showcase Mirror in steel

SHOWCASE MIRROR a wall mirror to display objects materials: acrylic glass, powder coated stainless steel & mirror year: 2017 sizes: 60 X 60 x ±25 cm & 50 x 40 x ±15 cm These elegant mirrors with a frame of … Continue reading

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THE YOUNG COLLECTORS II – DDW ’18

Living in a design exhibition After the big success of last year, you can “wander” through a house full of design again! This time not in a clients’ house but in the new home of the designers and curators Studio … Continue reading

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Bubble coffee table

Bubble coffee table  materials: acrylic satin glass, Walnut/Ash & glass. variations: colours satin plexiglass bubble and sizes frame size: 75 x 75 x 35 cm, round glass top 90 cm frame size small: 45 x 45 x 45 cm, round … Continue reading

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Round Square – accessoires

glass bells to show your precious objects materials: glass & Wengé, Ash or Walnut variations: cabinet, light object, vessel, vase etc. size: diverse year: 2014 When blowing soap bubbles in the air Iris & Ruben had the dream to capture … Continue reading

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Showcase Mirrors

Wall cabinet of the series CuratorCabinet materials: acrylic glass, Ash or Walnut & mirror. variations: clear, blue, graphical patterns & opaque (light object), they are optional with a glass shelf. sizes: 50 x 42 x ±15 cm, 90 x 72 x … Continue reading

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Showcase Cabinets | CuratorCabinet

‘The cabinet seems to adapt to its content, as a fragile bubble. As soap bubbles on sticks, they seem to float in the air.’ By developing their own machine in which they can form plexiglass panels in organic curved shapes, … Continue reading

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Vapor Display Mirror

Translucent Mirror – Vapor Display Mirror The mirror is mounted on the wall as a contemporary niche. The bright blue vapor projected on the angled plane create an effect of depth. In the resulting space, you can place an object. … Continue reading