Bucolic (top) by 5.5 designers are a pair of vasses with trellises for plants to climb. Joost Bells (above) by van Bleiswijk have terracotta stands finished in platinum enamel.
Bijoux (above) by van Eijk consists of two cake stands and a money box with ceramic bases finished in gold enamel.
Veni Vidi Vici (above) by Baron are three vases that can be used either way up.
Maison&Objet continues until 7 September.
Here's some more from Secondome:
SECONDOME Edizioni September 2010
The Secondome family is getting bigger...
Getting bigger is the designers “family” : after Sam Baron together with the young designers from Fabrica (center in research in communication of Benetton group) we invited 5.5 Designers (group of 4 designers), Kiki Van Eijk and Joost Van Bleiswijk (Dutch designers whom reputation is international) for the September 2010 collection.
Getting bigger is also the products “family” : with new items in borosilicated hand blown glass, a material we are using from the beginning and for the very first time this material is coloured or combined with our traditionnal ceramic produced on a wheel and enamelled with gold or platinium.
|Glass Skin by van Eijk
and van Bleiswijk
|Down Side Up
|Cut and Paste by Kiki van Eijk at Secondome|
- "Our shoes were the first to cross betwe…en industrial design and fashion" - Rem D Koolhaas
- Aplomb by Lucidi and Pevere for Foscarin…i
- The Superstitious Fund by Shing Tat Chun…g
- Nutshell helps workers reclaim "social s…olitude" by shrouding them in fabric
- Xarxa Sofa by Martí Guixé for Danese
- 3D-printed monograms combine two initial…s in one pendant
- The Incubator Series by Anke Weiss
- Sam Pearce has "reinvented the wheel" by… replacing spokes with springs
- SCP launches Autumn Winter 2014 collecti…on during London Design Festival
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