Juanito is a furniture design to answer the storage need of a 50m2 apartment. Since its metal structure offers several possibilities, it can be used as a wardrobe, a dressing table and even as shelves. By placing it free, all sides are useful and can create different domestic areas.
Game for two people in which tension, reflexes, coordination and speed merge to create an addictive gaming experience. Its aesthetic is a tribute to Dieter Rams: XD´s shape is inspired by the tube amplifiers and the first generation of video game consoles. A fun challenge that you cannot miss.
Behi is a modular system to create home gardens, designed with sliding lids that help customizing it, keeping not planted areas hidden or protecting cultivated areas.
It comes from the euskera term “behia”, that means cow. It is about the best pet anyone can ever have: if you take care of it and feed it, it will take care of you and feed you in the healthiest way. It is not about just an orchard, but also a pet, another family member.
Grachtenboer is an eighteenth century book with detailed floor plans in scale and drawings of the houses by the most important canals in Amsterdam. Its autor is the Duth engraver Caspar Philips.
Grachtenbox is a magazine file inspired by the iconic architecture of the Dutch capital. Besides its use as a document, magazine, book organizer, it also plays an important aesthetic function: by placing them in a row on a shelf or cabinet, they shape the silhouette of a typical Amsterdam street.
Roll in Roll
Making a good impression with homemade confectionery is now easier and personal. Roll in Roll is a kneading system made with two pieces: one colorful faience cover to flatten and other beech wood piece to stamp. Culinary pleasure and design taste merge with art and crafts in a cooking tool. Customize the roll with your name or favorite illustration, let your imagination fly and show your personal stamp in a product easy to use for the whole family.
The Flux project is a new pattern design for decorative wall tiles. The superficial finish transmits movement and fluidity, inspired by the sinuous forms of nature: ocean waves (water), clouds (air), volcanic lava (fire) and sand dunes (earth).
The tiles are made with molds in a purely handmade process, compacting cement wrapped in plastic, similar to the manufacture of hydraulic tiles. This is how it is ensured that each piece is unique.