New Bathroom interiorSlow White cabinet to be auctioned in BrusselsSlow White series in Design Museum Holon, IsraelHaute Bamboo series at Dutch Design WeekBNO TallksCatalogue Design NatureOpening Design NatureStudio party!Made by B29 StudiosSlow White series at International Design Biennale of Liege, BelgiumArticle about exhibition DNKTNK in TrouwSlow White lamp in Vogue, AustraliaHaute Bamboo table in Eigen Huis en Interieur, The NetherlandsArteko.nlSlow White series in Mood Media, FranceInterview in Volkskrant, The NetherlandsOpening Exhibition DNKTNK in KunstFort AsperenHaute Bamboo series in M.Style, ChinaExhibition DNKTNK (thinktank) in KunstFort AsperenCatalogue Post FossilOpening Post Fossil in 21_21_DESIGNSIGHT, TokyoLaunch of Haute Bamboo series at Milan Design weekInterview in Eigen Huis en InterieurHaute Bamboo chair in The DotsHaute Bamboo series to be launched in MilanInterview in Business People, ItalyExhibition Post Fossil, TokyoSlow White mirror in AD FranceSlow White mirror in Miljonair Wonen Gallery
New Bathroom interior [2010-11-22]
We‘ve just completed a new batroom interior for a private client in the Netherlands.
Take a look in the Space section
of the website for more info and images.
Slow White cabinet to be auctioned in Brussels [2010-11-22]
December 16 Piere Berge & Associes
in Brussels will auction Slow White cabinet 2/8.
Slow White series in Design Museum Holon, Israel [2010-11-18]
The Slow White series will be part of exhibition Post Fossil, excavating 21st century creation curated by Li Edelkoort at Design Museum Holon
, Israel. The exhibition will be on from January 27 till april 30 2011.
Haute Bamboo series at Dutch Design Week [2010-10-14]
During Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven the complete Haute Bamboo series will be presented in Smalle Haven. 23-31 October. Open daily noon-midnight.
For exact location visit smallehaven.com
BNO Tallks [2010-10-14]
At BNO Talks on 23 October in Eindhoven Olav and Bo told something about the Haute Bamboo series. For more information visit
Catalogue Design Nature [2010-10-11]
Opening Design Nature [2010-10-11]
The exhibition Design Nature in Espace st Antoine of Musee de la Vie wallonne is opened and is on until 24 of October.
Studio party! [2010-10-11]
To celebrate our one year anniversary of our new studio space...
Made by B29 Studios [2010-09-06]
Design by Making. Celebrating the culture of the atelier, "Made by B29" opens its studio doors, presenting new work from 16 independent designers covering product, interior, furniture, exhibition, theatre, textiles and graphic design; photography; styling; journalism and architecture. Delectable delights will be served daily in the B29 bar/cafe.
Participating designers: Bart Guldemond, Bo Reudler Studio, cc-studio, Dave Keune, eb Ontwerp, Jeanne Tan, Kees Klaassen, Kornum, Neeltje ten Westenend, Raoul Kramer, Roel Huisman, Sara Conen, serge schoemaker architects, Siba Sahabi, Sieger Duinkerken, Skujeniece.
Thursday 23 & Friday 24 September: 11-18:00
Saturday 25 September: 11-15:00
Krelis Louwenstraat 1
Photography+Poster: Raoul Kramer
and Sieger Duinkerken
Slow White series at International Design Biennale of Liege, Belgium [2010-08-23]
The Slow white series will be shown at the exhibition Design Nature in the Eglise st Antoine during the International Design Biennale that will take place in Liege, Belgium from October 1 till October 24.
Article about exhibition DNKTNK in Trouw [2010-08-23]
Slow White lamp in Vogue, Australia [2010-08-23]
Haute Bamboo table in Eigen Huis en Interieur, The Netherlands [2010-07-19]
Our studio is added to the Arteko database of designers.
Art Eko is a foundation promoting sustainable ways of working among artists and designers.
for many inspiring projects.
Slow White series in Mood Media, France [2010-07-07]
Interview in Volkskrant, The Netherlands [2010-07-02]
Opening Exhibition DNKTNK in KunstFort Asperen [2010-06-21]
Exhibition DNKTNK in Fort Asperen is opened. This is one of our spaces with the new Haute Bamboo chair and mirror. More >>
Haute Bamboo series in M.Style, China [2010-05-11]
Exhibition DNKTNK (thinktank) in KunstFort Asperen [2010-05-11]
For the exhibition DNKTNK
, Designers of today, design of the future, in KunstFort Asperen we were asked to design 3 spaces in this old fortress close to glass-city Leerdam in the centre of the Netherlands.
About the exhibition:
Designing is thinking ahead, and thinking ahead is a promise to the future. How do designers anticipate a new reality? How is today's design method fit into the world of tomorrow?
Other designers that give insight into their unique way of working are among others: Lotte van Laatum, Christien Meindertsma, Joana Meroz and Nikola Nikolov.
The exhibition is curated by Tuttobene
and is on from the 6th of June till the 29th of September 2010.
Catalogue Post Fossil [2010-05-11]
The Slow White chair in the catalogue of the exhibition "POST FOSSIL: excavating 21st century creation"
directed by Li Edelkoort for 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
Opening Post Fossil in 21_21_DESIGNSIGHT, Tokyo [2010-05-11]
Li Edelkoort showes the press around at the opening of the exhibition "POST FOSSIL: excavating 21st century creation"in 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
, Tokyo. Our Slow White series is part of this visionary exhibition.
Launch of Haute Bamboo series at Milan Design week [2010-05-11]
The launch of our new Haute Bamboo series at the Tuttobene
exhibition in Zona Tortona during the Milan Design week. More >>
Interview in Eigen Huis en Interieur [2010-05-11]
Haute Bamboo chair in The Dots [2010-05-11]
The Haute Bamboo chair and table featured in The Dots; the magazine presenting all Dutch presentation at the Milan Design Week.
Haute Bamboo series to be launched in Milan [2010-03-29]
For the Haute Bamboo series we joined forces
with bamboo-architect Olav Bruin.
Haute Bamboo picks up where the Slow White series by Bo Reudler Studio
left off: it continues the quest to renew our connection with nature, guided by
natural forms in an intuitive way.
While bamboo is among our fastest renewable resources, itʼs often
considered a poor man's timber. With this series, we wanted to re-examine
the aesthetics of bamboo furniture. The curves of 'Bambusa Ventricosa' are
caused by a rare mutation in the bamboo producing strikingly bulbous stalks.
The bulging forms give personality to each piece which will always be different
due to the randomness of each stalk. A coating of glossy black linseed-oil
paint references eastern lacquered furniture, binding the origin of the material
with its outcome. All products are hand made.
The Haute Bamboo series will be lauched during Fuori Salone Milan 14-19
April 2010 Tuttobene
, Via Savona 18.
Read more about the pieces in the Product section
on this site.
Interview in Business People, Italy [2010-02-13]
Exhibition Post Fossil, Tokyo [2010-01-26]
The Slow White series will be part of exhibition "POST FOSSIL: excavating 21st century creation"
directed by Li Edelkoort for 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
, Tokyo. The exhibition will be on from april 24 till june 27 2010.
About the exhibition:
Time has come for extreme change.
Society is ready to break away from last century for good. To break with creative conventions,
theoretic rules and stigmas that now are questioned, challenged and broken. To break with a
materialistic mentality replacing it with the materialisation of modest earth-bound and
In the aftermath of the worst financial crisis in decades, a period of glamorous and
streamlined design for design!s sake comes to an end. A new generation of designers retrace
their roots, refine their earth and research their history, sometimes going back to the
beginning of time.
In this process, they form and formulate design around exactly these natural and sustainable
materials, favouring timber, hide, pulp, fibre, earth and fire; like contemporary cavemen, they
reinvent shelter, redesign tools and manmade machines, and conceptualise archaic rituals for
a more modest, contented and contained lifestyle. Like a Fred Flintstone of tomorrow.
Bone structures give quality to pre-historic dwellings and millennial designs imitating the
organic process of growth. Hand-blown glass and hand-thrown pottery will dominate the table
of the future, presenting even slower food with forgotten vegetables and just local and
In general, materials will be matte and humble, however the earth and its hidden riches also
invites this generation to employ minerals, alloys and crystals; adding lustre and sometimes
even sheen to these fossil-like concepts and constructions. At times these designs will echo
the essence of the arte povera movement which is bound to make a revival – soon.
Nature is a dominant ingredient in this movement, although no longer used in a naïve and
aspiring ecological language, but as a mature philosophy fit for a newer age. Raising the
questions that need to be raised…
Can we do with less to become more?
Can design have a soul and therefore be animated?
Can man find a more meaningful way to consume?
Can we break with the past and reinvent the future?
Slow White mirror in AD France [2010-01-19]
Slow White mirror in Miljonair Wonen Gallery [2010-02-15]
As a result of the publication in the annual living edition of Miljonair Magazine the Slow White mirror was on show in the Miljonair Wonen Gallery.