Inspired by an archetypal vase shape, the fluid form in this new design is subtly interrupted by a network of horizontal and vertical paths. Continue to the full article here.
With the Back Me Up Lounge and Salon versions, Brekveld puts a contemporary spin on the voluminous club chair.
“The name refers to the back of the chair, the side that is most visible in everyday life. I’ve tried to make this stand out by pushing it up by a few centimetres. ”
Behold this beautiful new addition to Gelderland's collection: the Bend armchair. It was made as it was initially conceived.
For Imperfect Design, Arian travelled several times to Vietnam, to develop products with craftsmen. One of the resulting products is the lacquer tray. It takes 16 individual layers of lacquer to produce the perfect end result.
In 1995, Brekveld was one of the first contemporary designers to embrace traditional crafts and use them to design new products. This series of tin vases was made by one of the last remaining tin industries in the Netherlands.
We see an outspoken form exploration has taken place, reminding us that a sitting object claims its own spatiality because it has a front, sides and back.
"Car seats are always comfortable. They are beautifully made, the materials are used in a clever way and, although they are small, they provide a lot of comfort! I wanted to translate those qualities in this design."