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.
A series of cabinets made by folding.
Reflecting Holons by Jetske Visser and Michiel Martens made for Artspace MU Eindhoven.
A mechanic bubble shining, moving, floating, dancing and it caught your eye.
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!
A series of cabinets covered by a thin layer of foil.
A concept for experiencing nature around us.
A wood heater suitable for burning whole tree logs
Series small side tables.
Two layers of acrylic glass seem to diffract by the touch of light. The sides blaze, one single color changes into multiple tones. HUE-tables are made by order in blue, white and pink and are availeble in two sizes.
Project with Jetske Visser