Dutch and Belgian modern architecture

My bachelor project is about modern architecture and therefore I have photographed some beautiful buildings which I wanted to share with you. In Belgium I visited The porthouse by Zaha Hadid and Umicore Hoboken by Conix Architects. In the Netherlands I visited the Eye Filmmuseum by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects and Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein headquarters by MVSA Architects. Continue Reading →

Anaïs Cuillier

At the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp I got to know Anaïs Cullier, and I was very impressed by her work, that’s why I want to write a blog about her. Continue Reading →

Color Passport NIA

This week I did a new course at NIA academie: color navigation system Color Passport. Basically, when you work with colors, this system can really help you. In fields of fashion, product design, graphic design, interior design, but also for buyers and product managers it is very suitable. I am very enthusiastic about it! Continue Reading →

what we did last month | november 2016

On this blog we share a lot of inspiring stuff we come across, online or offline. Sometimes I forget that we ourselves are working on inspiring projects too. So I thought this would be a good way to share a little of what we do as styling & interior design studio. We were closed for 3 weeks this month, but still two projects we worked on in November: Continue Reading →

acoustic tapestries Nicolette Brunklaus

I have been following this Dutch designer for a few years, and met her again at Dutch Design week in Eindhoven last October. I love Nicolette’s work and would like to show you her new collection of acoustic tapestries. Continue Reading →

what we did last months | september & october 2016

On this blog we share a lot of inspiring stuff we come across, online or offline. Sometimes I forget that we ourselves are working on inspiring projects too. So I thought this would be a good way to share a little of what we do as styling & interior design studio. I am a bit behind with these monthly updates, so in this board some of the projects we worked on in both September and October: Continue Reading →

Heart treatment clinic in Zurich by Dost architects

On pinterest I came across this design from Dost architects for the heart treatment clinic in Zurich. Most interesting about this design are the organizing cubicles and the clean design of the whole project, which is achieved by the use of so few materials. Continue Reading →

Sofie Børsting

“It is often in the slow meditative drawing proces that the unexpected happens and an idea, or a dream takes form on the paper ”

Danish illustrator and designer Sofie Børsting is based in Copenhagen and educated from the Danish Design School in 2003. After many years of working in the design industry she finally followed her dream and created an illustrated line of products in 2011. They quickly took off, and are now sold in some of the finest designshops in Scandinavia and around the world. Continue Reading →

interior biennale Kortrijk

Three weeks ago we went to the interior biennale in Kortrijk for interior inspiration and to look and feel some products in real life. The Biennale Interieur Kortrijk is a leading international design biennial for contemporary design in the Belgian city of Kortrijk. The fair is organized every two years in the month of October by the Biennale Interieur association and always takes place in the exhibition complex Kortrijk Xpo. During this biennial designers and manufacturers show their new products both to the professionals as to the general public. Continue Reading →

our work in Lidewij Edelkoort’s trend book

This summer I was at the NII trend lecture New Materialism 2018 by Lidewij Edelkoort. I like to visit these kind of lectures because they are always very interesting and inspiring. You can imagine I almost dropped off my chair when I saw an image I made with photographer Nicole Minneboo… Continue Reading →

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