Called Sputnik, the collection is hand-made and each piece is unique.
Heykoop also presented chairs wrapped in fabric skins (see our earlier story) and was nominated as part of the Jury Selection.
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Here's a tiny bit of text from Heykoop:
Sputnik is a papermacheed bubble trapped in a metal frame. The freehand production process determines the shape. The outcome is that they are all a bit different and so become family.
Sputnik carries an energy-saving bulb. Once lit up it reminds you of looking at full moon.
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