Interview in Miljonair WonenSlow White series in Telegraaf WonenNew studio space in Amsterdam!Article in Deco Journal, KoreaSlow White table in Caras Decoração, PortugalSlow White cabinet in PLAZA, SwedenNew pieces of Slow White series to be launched at Dutch Design WeekSlow White series in Linda WonenInterview in CubesSlow White chair in Villa d'arte, The NetherlandsSlow White cabinet in AD Collector, FranceSlow White series in book GestaltenSlow White cabinet in Vogue living AustraliaSlow White series in newStyle magazineSlow White series in Interior WorldSlow White series in L'OfficielEquus and Narcisse in '1000 models'New series in A+A Magazine, ChinaSlow White cabinet in Image Magazine, FinlandPresentation at Design Miami | BaselSlow White series in View, BrasilDrawn interview with MatandmePublication in The Reader, TaiwanExhibition Toon Milaan, UtrechtDesign.nl InterviewSlow White series in Madame FigaroInterview in VormberichtenSlow White series in Hinge, Hong Kong.Reprise, AmsterdamSlow White Cabinet in Eigen Huis en InterieurTuttobene Reprise, AmsterdamSlow White series in Nishot MagazineSlow White on Core77Exhibition in Nhow Hotel, MilanNew series on YatzerSlow White series in BVD, IsraelSlow White on DesignboomArticle on In-WeSlow White series in SpoonforkNew collection on DezeenLaunch of Slow White series in MilanReady for Milan!Opening exhibition New Borns, ParisNew collection to be launched during Salone del Mobile MilanExhibition New Borns at ToolsGalerie ParisNew product for ToolsgalerieCarpets StoriesTinbergen Institute Medal
Interview in Miljonair Wonen [2009-12-15]
An interview with the annual living edition of Miljonair magazine.
Slow White series in Telegraaf Wonen [2009-12-15]
New studio space in Amsterdam! [2009-11-24]
Since september we have a great new studio space in Amsterdam. The 13th of November we had a proper inauguration.
Our space is part of B29 Studios, a new collective atelier located in Bos en Lommer, Amsterdam.
Comprising 15 independent design studios, B29 was founded in 2009 by both emerging
and established design professionals who are well respected in the industry. B29 is
housed in a former technical high school, the whole building of which has now been
converted solely into studios for creatives.
The diverse creative disciplines of the atelier encompasses design – product, interior,
exhibition, theatre, graphic/communication design – to architecture, engineering,
photography and design journalism/PR. Uniquely, alongside commercial clients, there is
a strong base of community and cultural clients within the studios.
While everyone is based in Amsterdam, the studio has an international outlook with
designers hailing not only from The Netherlands but also from Latvia, Denmark,
Australia, South Africa and Syria.
Have a look at b29studios.nl
for more info.
Article in Deco Journal, Korea [2009-11-09]
Slow White table in Caras Decoração, Portugal [2009-11-02]
Slow White cabinet in PLAZA, Sweden [2009-10-26]
New pieces of Slow White series to be launched at Dutch Design Week [2009-10-09]
Two exhibitions present existing and new pieces of the Slow White series during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. Check Smalle Haven
for addresses and times.
Have a look at the pieces in the Product section
on this site.
Slow White series in Linda Wonen [2009-10-09]
Interview in Cubes [2009-09-28]
An interview and article about the Slow White series published in Cubes Magazine, Singapore.
Slow White chair in Villa d'arte, The Netherlands [2009-09-15]
Slow White cabinet in AD Collector, France [2009-09-07]
Slow White series in book Gestalten [2009-08-31]
Slow White series in new book of Gestalten called Once Upon a Chair
. The release is mid September for the continental Europe and October for Uk, Asia, North America and Latin America.
Once Upon a Chair is an international up-to-the minute survey of contemporary furniture design. The book captures the zeitgeist of this rigorous industry by examining current trends and presenting pioneering examples by the world’s most influential designers and emerging talents. The collected works indicate a recognisable shift towards progressive responsible designs that make a social impact and the revival of artisanal craft. It further explores how designers are focusing more on process-driven and storytelling concepts as well as the continuing flirtation with material and technological experimentation.
Slow White cabinet in Vogue living Australia [2009-08-27]
Slow White series in newStyle magazine [2009-08-03]
Slow White series in Interior World [2009-07-20]
An article about the Slow White series in Interior World, Korea.
Slow White series in L'Officiel [2009-07-13]
L'Officiel, France, included the Slow White series in their annual '1000 models' selection.
Equus and Narcisse in '1000 models' [2009-07-13]
Also our rug Equus and Narcisse mirror are included in the annual design selection, '1000 models' by L'Officiel.
New series in A+A Magazine, China [2009-06-22]
An article about the Slow White series in the Chinese Architecture and Arts magazine.
Slow White cabinet in Image Magazine, Finland [2009-06-22]
Presentation at Design Miami | Basel [2009-06-10] ToolsGalerie
presents La Table Introvertie at Design Miami | Basel
. 9-13 June.
Slow White series in View, Brasil [2009-06-05]
View Magazine included the Slow White series in their Milan review.
Drawn interview with Matandme [2009-06-01] Matandme
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Publication in The Reader, Taiwan [2009-06-01]
Exhibition Toon Milaan, Utrecht [2009-06-01]
The Slow White cabinet and lamp will be on show in the exhibition Toon Milaan
in Toonkamer, the former Dutch Design centre. The exhibition features a compilation of new work shown in Milan at the Salone this year.
Other designers include: Edward van Vliet, Robert Bronwasser, Sander Mulder and various designers who presented their works through Tuttobene
The exhibition runs from the 7th of June untill 31 August.
Design.nl Interview [2009-05-22]
Interview on design.nl
; the national Dutch design website. By Gabrielle Kennedy.
Read the article here
Slow White series in Madame Figaro [2009-05-21]
Madame Figaro, France, included the Slow White series in their Milan review.
Interview in Vormberichten [2009-05-21]
Interview in Vormberichten, the magazine of BNO, the association of Dutch designers, about the launch of the Slow White series.
Slow White series in Hinge, Hong Kong. [2009-05-21]
Reprise, Amsterdam [2009-05-11]
Slow White Cabinet in Eigen Huis en Interieur [2009-05-11]
Tuttobene Reprise, Amsterdam [2009-05-04]
For the dutchies who didn't make it to Milan, the Tuttobene Reprise from 8-10 may 2009 in Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam. Opening party 8th of May.
For more information check
Slow White series in Nishot Magazine [2009-05-06]
Slow White on Core77 [2009-05-04]
The Slow White series presented on
Exhibition in Nhow Hotel, Milan [2009-05-04]
The Slow White table and chair are on show in the Nhow Design Hotel, Milan, as part of their exhibition Con-Munication. 7 may till 31 october 2009.
The new exhibition at Nhow hotel is dedicated to communication today and at the way the final messages of communication are increasingly drifting away from their original content. The floors of the hotel become thus the pages of an unwritten book, where art and design are to express and expose the different expressive levels of con-munication.
The design hotel Nhow is part of an impressive reconstruction project of an industrial building in the South of Milan. It is situated in Via Tortona 35.
More information on Artnhow.com
New series on Yatzer [2009-05-04]
Slow White series on Yatzer
Slow White series in BVD, Israel [2009-05-04]
Slow White on Designboom [2009-05-04]
Slow White series on Designboom
Article on In-We [2009-07-07] Article
about the Slow White chair on great eco design blog
Slow White series in Spoonfork [2009-05-04]
The Slow White series published in online magazine Spoonfork. Read the article at Spoonfork.de
New collection on Dezeen [2009-05-04]
Slow White series on Dezeen
Launch of Slow White series in Milan [2009-05-04]
Here is an image of the exhibition in Milan of the Slow White series. Thanks everyone who came to see our new pieces!
Ready for Milan! [2009-04-20]
Opening exhibition New Borns, Paris [2009-04-06]
Exhibition New Borns featering our new mirror and table for ToolsGalerie
is opened. The pieces are on show till the 23 of May 2009.
New collection to be launched during Salone del Mobile Milan [2009-03-25]
Our new collection: Slow White series will be launched during Salone del Mobile Milan at the Tuttobene exhibition, Via Savona 6, 22- 27 April 2009.
Read more about the pieces in the Product section
on this site.
Exhibition New Borns at ToolsGalerie Paris [2009-03-25]
A group exhibition at ToolsGalerie
called New Borns features our work and that of four other designers. This exhibition is on from 2 April till 23 May 2009.
New product for Toolsgalerie [2009-02-02]
in Paris we designed a new carpet called Equus. It will be exclusively available through ToolsGalerie in a limited edition of 8.
A horse hide is cut with a graphic pattern made of the Fleur-de-Lis, an enduring symbol of France and a motif commonly found on antique Dutch ceramic tiles. The pattern punched out of the rug creates open sections like enlarged lace, at the same time suggesting decay as it looks like the Fleur-de-Lis have been slowly eating into the hide. Contrary to convention, this carpet is not meant to cover or hide your floor but to start an interaction with it. The striking pattern is the connection in between, closing or opening to reveal what's underneath.
Photography by Daniel Schweizer
Carpets Stories [2009-01-26]
Our new carpet Equus, part of the Asylum Collection will be exhibited in the exhibition Carpets Stories in Paris. ToolsGalerie
, 29 January till 28 March.
Tinbergen Institute Medal [2009-05-26]
The Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam commisioned us to design and produce the Tinbergen Institute Medal. The medal shows the portrait of Nobel Prize winner Jan Tinbergen and is made of stainless steel and brass. It will be awarded to people that have been of special significance to the institute. On the picture you see the result of the process.