#01 & #02
Show #01 -
New Craftsmanship in Wood, Steel and Glass
June 2nd 2013 - August 31st 2013
This first exhibition New Craftsmanship in Wood, Steel and Glass (June 2nd - August 31st 2013) in our new gallery in the Domstraat was about contemporary craftsmanship.
We invited Atelier Haußmann from Berlin to exhibit their locally sourced and produced products for the first time in the Netherlands. Andreas Haußmann is a beautiful soul who together with his brother makes timeless furniture pieces in steel that surprise but at the same time feel warmly familiar. Atelier Haußmann is, as far as we are concerned, steel poetry.
Mattiazzi is poetry in wood. Their collection of chairs made from walnut, oak, ash and douglas locally sourced around their amazing workshop in Udine, Italy has been designed by absolute top designers from different European nations. The highest tech 3D milling machines combined with pure patient hand craftsmanship has produced masterpieces. Feel, touch, sit and enjoy, we expect these pieces to be the antiques of the future.
The creative process that occurs while Alex de Witte is working with materials like ceramics and glass have led him to develop two light objects that have the capacity to hit one right in the heart.
Show #02 - Dutch Materialism
September 8th 2013 - November 23rd, 2013
This second exhibition in our new gallery space in the Domstraat is about Dutch materialism.
It features the Dutch designers Geke Lensink, Jesse Visser (including their joint work for the eQ+ label) and Marc van Nederpelt and Wiebe Boonstra with their DUM collection. Different types of materials, their finishes and production techniques play a central role in the creation of these innovative contemporary furniture and lighting designs.