I’m fascinated by structures. The simplest structural form is a fold; applying a fold to a piece of paper, for instance, lends it greater sturdiness. This was the angle from which I approached the metal laminates from Homapal. Introducing folds and interconnecting various surfaces gave rise to a robust structure. Due to its thickness of just 1 millimetre, you would normally connect Homapal metal laminate on a load-bearing base, such as MDF. But here I’m showing a new use for the material, fully independent. The cupboards from Flat Cabinets now do not exceed 1 millimetre in thickness, creating a light structure and interplay of lines that nevertheless exudes sturdiness.
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Multiple slender strips combined in a moving object. The work investigates refracting, reflecting, light and color. The products capture light and glow. By putting the objects in motion, the different strips appear to melt into a liquid whole.
A Space divider made from acrylic glass. Multiple thin layers become one. While moving, light refracts in every single layer. The shade changes, reflects light and blaze.
Material research and experiment
The second model Spruce Stove, bigger, better, stronger and made by hand. Specially for outdoors joy! Spruce Stove Model Two is built for outdoor use. It is a perfect addition for a public terrace in the winter or you can use it in your own private garden on cold evenings. It is designed to warm up your outside leisure time. Enjoy the fire, the warmth and the physical experience of burning a whole tree trunk.
A series of cabinets covered by a thin layer of foil. The Skin Cabinets hold there breath, they are frozen in a moment of emptyness showing their ribs. They are hungry for content, eager to be touched, fondled and awaiting to carry your belongings.
A concept for experiencing nature around us.
A wood heater suitable for burning whole tree logs
Series side tables