Last weekend we held a sample sale of the prototypes and experiments done in the process of developing the Seeing Glass series at Opperclaes gallery in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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The limited edition bags are now available online or at
3013 BR Rotterdam
A custom XL version of the SEEINGGLASS OFFROUND mirror is now available at Mint Gallery, London
We are proud to announce that SEEING GLASS has been nominated for the DMY award 2014.
The series will be presented at the central exhibition:
Airport Berlin Tempelhof
Tempelhofer Damm / Paradestraße, 12101 Berlin
Entrance Hangar 6/7
‘Newly gained knowledge allows us to venture deeper into the future. We create new tools, speak a new language and formulate new aesthetics. We interpret nature, re-think our traditions and shape our identity.
After gaining so much knowledge and freedom to design our own individuality, and even our own society, it is time to re-discover what can truly bring us happiness. It has become so easy to take our freedom and luxury for granted while the world, as we know it, is in desperate need of balance. Step by step we are figuring out how to bring knowledge to good use. This will eventually lead to a Happy Future.’
Wendy Plomp – Curator
“The mission of Dutch Invertuals is to show and challenge the value of knowledge and beauty.”
Invertuals: Brit van Nerven & Sabine Marcelis, Daphna Laurens, Edhv, Jeroen Wand, Jetske Visser, Jólan van der Wiel, OS / OOS, Raw Color, Roos Gomperts, Studio Mieke Meijer, Thomas Vailly & Laura Lynn Jansen
Dutch Invertuals is a collective of individual designers who are expanding the limits of their profession. Designers with different backgrounds, but with one thing in common: experiment is principal.
The latest and not yet seen results of the ‘Seeing Glass’ series will be on display at the ‘Happy Future’ exhibition within the collective ‘Dutch Invertuals’.
New pieces and continuations of the first series mark a new chapter of the designers’ ongoing study.
Dutch Invertuals ‘Happy Future’
Via Pastrengo 12
Rotterdam based designers Brit van Nerven, Sabine Marcelis and Arnout Meijer combine their mutual fascination with form and perception to present a merge of round shaped objects in an installation titled ‘O’, at the Lambrate Living room during the Salone del Mobile 2014.
Brit van Nerven & Sabine Marcelis present their collaborative project ‘Seeing Glass’. Displayed are ‘Big Round’, ‘Tunnel’ and ‘Off Round’ which are part of the first results of an ongoing study into optical effects created with glass as the primary material.
Arnout Meijer Studio is presenting the Wall lamp of his ‘Thanks for the Sun’ series; A colour-changing LED lamp where the character of the light can be adapted to a different atmosphere. This sculptural object can be adjusted from bright and white light to a more warm and soothing character.
Ventura Living Room
Via Ventura 14
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