‘The cabinet seems to adapt to its content, as a fragile bubble. As soap bubbles on sticks, they seem to float in the air.’
These bubbles in a wooden frame brighten up your day! As if your souvenir floats in a bubble! It can pop or burst any moment, be aware of your surroundings and try to live in the moment.
It all started with the idea to emphasize the current trend of mass consumption. To regain what we already have, instead of buying new products every time. Show your most beautiful and precious object in an organic shaped showcase cabinet, so they can reinforce each other.
“Don’t take the world for granted.” By consciously deal with the sources, their surroundings and impact, they want to realise sustainable designs to cherish and which will last long.
With different variations in colours, patterns and sizes you can create your own showcase cabinet.
These series are handmade in the Netherlands.
By developing their own machine in which they can form plexiglass panels in organic curved shapes, they are able to make showcase cabinets with a magical effect. The most bizarre objects fit in with the advantage that you can see it from all sides. Because the cabinet hangs or stands serene within the space, there is something magical and poetic around it.
a few examples of what we could curate in these cabinets; your first shoes, children’s crafts, founds of nature, taxidermy like a crown crane bird or a Cheeta, butterflies, designer clothing, fashion accessories, shoes, a wedding dress, a bouquet of silk flowers, a collection of camera’s, toy’s and so on.
Standing high Showcase Cabinet ± 65x65x138 cm wooden frame 42x42x130 cm
During the Dutch Design Week 2012
Hanging long Showcase Cabinet ± 85x85x115 cm wooden frame 65x65x90 cm
Custom Hanging cabinet with bouquet of butterflies for a client 2015
Graphical Showcase Mirror: 42x50x±15 cm & Smoke Large Showcase Mirror 75x90x±25 cm
Showcase Mirrors since 2012
Photos: Studio Thier&vanDaalen