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Hyunjee Jung

Hyunjee Jung usually looks at materials through their visual qualities, textures, surfaces, and colours.

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Beatrice Waanders

Happy Sheep is an XL rug with the color marks of the ram still in the wool. This parts of a sheepfleece is normally...
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Bianca Koevoets

Saddle maker and historical researcher Bianca Koevoets introduces you to the craftsmanship of saddle making, harness, saddle restoration, repair and historical riding art.
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Emma Wessel

Emma Wessel creates inspirational scenarios for possible futures, giving new ideas to brands and businesses with a design perspective.
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Erno Korpershoek

Erno Korpershoek has been active as a woodcarver for many years, it is a tradition in his family; his grandfather was also a wood...
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Esmé Hofman

During HOW&WOW Esmé Hofman shows objects from her Out Of The Comfort Zone (OOTCZ) series.
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Sandra van Riet

Sandra van Riet is a ceramist, she always examines form and material. Her ceramic objects are made from black clay.
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Fleur Peters

Fleur Peters is fascinated by light and colour that translates into glass work, in which she investigates the relationship between craftsmanship and contemporary design.
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Floor Nijdeken

At a time when individuality and speed are becoming increasingly important, Floor Nijdeken presents #SUPEREGO.
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Handmade Industrials

For their latest work, Handmade Industrials researched the qualities of different thermoplastics and industrial applications.
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Heleen Sintobin

Heleen Sintobin is inspired by ancient and future making methods, her work strives to convey the power of materials in a contemporary design context.
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Jacqueline Jimmink

Jacqueline Jimmink is a hand engraver. She did her training in the Netherlands, Belgium and in Italy, where she had a studio for a...
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Jan Hovens

Jan Hovens is the grandchild of a carpenter, from an early age he was fascinated by wood. He has been a full-time wood turner...
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Marieke van de Ven

Marieke van de Ven’s work is characterized by material processes with a focus on research in various crafts such as print, embroidery and basketry.
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Nikkie Wester

Nikkie Wester is a concept designer with a great passion for textiles and develops concepts, textiles for interiors and textile products.
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Moe Kim

Textile designer Moe Kim uses an array of hand weaving techniques combined with low tech materials within her refined and unique weaves.
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Marjolein Grotenhuis

As a designer Marjolein Grotenhuis uses colour not s a detail but as the essence of her work. The aim of her collection is...
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Nynke Koster

The work of Nynke Koster balances on the border between design and autonomous art. Her work is about memories and space that she casts...
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Raphia

Raphia develops shoes and loves natural materials.
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Renate Vos

The work of Renate Vos is recognisable by the unusual combination of materials.
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Ruben van der Scheer

Ruben van der Scheer works with wood; he was trained as a traditional furniture maker, but in recent years has started working more autonomously.
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Anna Stringer

In Anna Stringer's studio sculptures and ornaments are still carved using original techniques.
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Saar Scheerlings

A series of watercolour collages, sculptures and a throne are among the most recent props for a new, fictional culture that Scheerlings designs.
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Seungbin Yang

Instead of wood, designer Seungbin Yang applies the very costly and rare Ott-chil lacquer technique from Korea to a different base: paper.
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Sho Ota

Designer Sho Ota highlights the quality of the wood grain; which character is often neutralised in industrial processing.