'400 years later cite goes dutch' exhibition
'400 years later   cite goes dutch' exhibition '400 years later   cite goes dutch' exhibition
jun 17, 2009
'400 years later cite goes dutch' exhibition


‘400 years later – cite goes dutch’ exhibition presented a variety of objects including furniture,

homewares, carpets
and jewelry by 23 emerging dutch designers, 6 manufacturers
and 1
photographer. hosted by showroom CITE, curated by jan habraken
and alissia melka-teichroew
in collaboration with wabnitz editions ltd and josée lepage,
the exhibition aimed to draw an outline
of the contemporary design coming out of the netherlands– from cities to landscape.
the show was an off site exhibit held during the ICFF new york 09.


bookkast/ tree canibet by lotte van laatum
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http://www.lottevanlaatum.nl



bookkast/ tree canibet by lotte van laatum
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detail of the bookkast/ tree canibet by lotte van laatum



yoga chairs by lucas maassen
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http://www.lucasmaassen.com



yoga chairs by lucas maassen
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yoga chairs by lucas maassen



lucas maassen
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‘message in a box’ cardboard carpet by wendy plomp
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http://www.wnd.nu



‘message in a box’ cardboard carpet by wendy plomp
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‘message in a box’ cardboard carpet by wendy plomp



solar birdhouse by studio oooms
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http://www.oooms.nl



solar birdhouse by studio oooms
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solar birdhouse by studio oooms



softy lamps by laurens van wieringen
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http://www.laurensvanwieringen.nl



softy lamps by laurens van wieringen



laurens van wieringen
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bird house shovel by jan habraken
http://www.janhabraken.com
image © designboom



bird house shovel by jan habraken


jan habraken
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joint jewelry by alissia melka-teichroew
image © designboom
http://www.byamt.com



joint jewelry by alissia melka-teichroew
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‘unsustainable’ sugar crystal necklace by greetje van helmond, prototypes
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http://www.greetjevanhelmond.com


making of ‘unsustainable’ sugar crystal necklace by greetje van helmond


detail making of ‘unsustainable’ sugar crystal necklace by greetje van helmond
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pique by studio glithero
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http://www.studioglithero.com

http://artecnicainc.com


detail of pique by studio glithero
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‘plastic’ stool by alexander pelikan
wood, plastic
image © designboom
http://www.pelidesign.com



‘plastic’ stool by alexander pelikan
wood, plastic
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‘plastic’ stool by alexander pelikan



bottle soap by studio jan habraken
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http://www.janhabraken.com



gun bags by mirjam van der lubbe
image © designboom

http://www.ons-adres.nl
http://www.kikkerland.com



bibu bench by mirjam van der lubbe & niels van eijk
image © designboom

http://www.ons-adres.nl

http://www.van-esch.com



bibu bench by mirjam van der lubbe & niels van eijk
image © designboom

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