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Flax light

Flax light

Flax light is designed by the Dutch designer Christien Meindertsma, who explores the life of products and raw materials. With her designs, Christien aims to regain understanding of processes that have become so distant in industrialisation.

With the Flax project, Christien collaborated with farmer Gert Jan van Dongen, using his entire harvest of 10,000 kilos of flax fibers from his farm in the Flevopolder in 2010 to develop a series of products from this locally produced flax. Working from the seed to the final product. One of these products is the Flax light, which was made in collaboration with traditional ropemaker Touwslagerij Steenbergen and designed for Thomas Eyck.

Materials : Flax and porslin socket
Measurements : Length 5m

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Kasuri rag rug

Kasuri rag rug

Kasuri is a soft heavyweight rug made from off-cuts from the T-shirt industry. Designed by Studio Brieditis & Evans, each rug is hand-braided by two braiders Jothi and Chitra in India, making every one unique.

Kasuri is part of the Re Rag Rug project which started as an experimental design project exploring the social and ecological sustainability of the rug. The project seeks to add value to seemingly worthless materials through upcycling. The rugs are made using craft techniques that do not require large spaces or machines and are therefore suitable for cottage industry production in textile producing countries such as India, making this both a sustainable use of materials and craft skills.

Dry cleaning recommended.

Materials: 100% upcycled cotton jersey
Colours: Coffee or Sand
Measurements: 150x250cm

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Book launch Päivi Ernkvist
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Book launch Päivi Ernkvist

Welcome to this book launch and mini-exhibition by Päivi Ernkvist 30/10-2/11! The Venetian adventurer and author Giacomo Casanova's talent and versatility were enormous. A little known fact is that he, among other things, started a silk weaving business in Lyon, which under the direction of others then grew to 400 small and large silk weavers. But by then, Casanova's troubled spirit had already found other countries and focus of his creativity.

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