At the interior biennale in Kortrijk we saw the work of Marjolein Delhaas which we liked very much. Marjolein Delhaas is a Rotterdam based graphic designer. She strives to create work that is functional, but also attracts the eye. Her never-ending search for minimalism in layout, typography, paper and color results in work that can be described as raw industrial without ever losing a touch of refinement. Bold typography versus a thin elegant line.
Next to PURE styling, I started a new business together with my sister Ester. For some years we have had the wish to work together, because we believe our skills would complement each other. The launch of LOUDCLOUD was last January, it has been a busy and exciting time and there still is much work to do but I am very proud of what we have accomplished until now. So I wanted to tell & show you something about it. Continue Reading →
Last week I visited brand new C more concept store in the Honig complex in Nijmegen. Iris and Ynske sell items directly from the designers and the store has a very original collection of art & design. The interior is basic industrial, a little raw at the edges…definitely worth a visit! Continue Reading →
The Eindhoven, Netherlands–based designer has elevated two-dimensional textiles to three-dimensional surfaces which have depth, and acoustic qualities. Her design philosophy and approach is a process that starts with inventory and experimentation of materials, moves into combining them in unusual ways and ends in products which are both beautiful and functional. Continue Reading →
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. Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →