Category Archives: dutchdesign

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RAINBOW Bookends – the Plastic mine

the Plastic mine Factory overproduction plastics translated into elegant and striking circulair home accessories! These bookends give your books a helping hand and an i-catcher in your home. Like soft stones that have been cut throuh with a steel baseplate … Continue reading

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BIG colour shelf

the Plastic mine Factory overproduction plastics translated into elegant and striking circulair home accessories! For showing more than one object! These shelves are more functional due to the aluminum shelf of 78 x 22 cm In addition, these are either blank … Continue reading

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Project: Crystal History – showcases in underground parking St. Jan

Unique showcases showing archeological discoveries of ‘s-Hertogenbosch situated on a special site, 2015 In 2014 Studio Thier&vanDaalen was approached by the City Council of ‘s-Hertogenbosch to make a design for showcases showing their archeological discoveries in a new underground parking … Continue reading

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Project: Big Bubble Showcase Mirror in steel

SHOWCASE MIRROR – commissioned a wall mirror to display objects of the Centre Caeramique, found in Maastricht. These large Bubble Showcase Mirrors are displayed in the public toilet of the Centre Ceramique in Maastricht. Filled with old objects of the Centre Caeramique, found … Continue reading

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exhibition: THE YOUNG COLLECTORS II – DDW ’18

Living in a design exhibition, during the Dutch Design Week 2018 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 … Continue reading

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exhibition: THE YOUNG COLLECTORS I – DDW ’17

expo: THE YOUNG COLLECTORS I, during the Dutch Design Week 2017 Living in a design exhibition during the Dutch Design Week 2017 Like a voyeur you can wander through the residence of two young design and art collectors who open … Continue reading