Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design Week

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Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Dutch Design Week 2010: design studio Moon/En/Co curated a pop-up exhibition restaurant for the fifth consecutive year during Dutch Design Week last month,  featuring pieces by designers including Kiki van Eijk and Maarten Baas.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Top: By Maaike Roozenburg, Dick van Hoff  & Sjoerd Vroonland

Called Eat Drink Design, food was served on a table by Kranen/Gille, with some dishes being cooked in a slow cooker designed by Maarten Baptist.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Elixir installation by Grondvormen

Also on show were a range of objects including glassware by Klaas Kuiken, furniture by Sjoerd Vroonland and other work by Joost van Bleiwwijk and Roeland Otten.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Glass Oven by Klaas Kuiken

Grondvormen artists Nienke Sybrandy, Sander Boeijink and Jeroen Wand installed a maze of pipes and tubes distilling fluid from plants.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Vases by Klaas Kuiken

Photographs are by Lisa Klappe.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Bottles and Vases by Klaas Kuiken

Read more about previous Eat Drink Design exhibitions here and here.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: iPhone App by Maarten Baas

Here's some more information from the organisers:


Successful first anniversary during Dutch Design Week
Eat Drink Design tastes for more

Food and design go hand in hand. With Eat Drink Design, a satellite during the Dutch Design Week, design studio Moon/en/co gathered designers, businesses and government for the fifth consecutive year in a unique setting of Dutch design and the authentic cuisine of Sot-l'yLaisse Edwin Severijn.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Lucky Love Chair by Maarten Baptist

The first anniversary of the pop-up restaurant and its exhibition proved a great success. It really tastes for more!

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Greenhouse Cabinet by Marije van der Park and Latu

Eat Drink Design showed Analog Digital Clock by Maarten Baas, Lucky Love Chair by Maarten Baptist, and selected work by Joost van Bleiswijk en Kiki van Eijk.

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Above: Car Chair by Sjoerd Vroonland

Other notable items: the resourceful leather work of newcomers Klaas Kuiken and Sjoerd Vroonland (Car Chair and Kitchenware Stool), the series of chairs ABChairs by Roeland Otten (of course presented on paper) and Kaskast by Marije van der Park, which challenges us to think about other ways to grow food.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: exhibition overview

Jeroen Vinken exhibited his curtain collection Mazzo, awarded last week with a Dutch Design Award.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Necklace Glass by Sjoerd Vroonland

Furthermore the installation of Grondvormen artists Nienke Sybrandy, Sander Boeijink and Jeroen Wand drew a lot of attention.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Peg Chair by Sjoerd Vroonland

The amazing labyrinth of tubes and pipes distilled a mysterious elixir from plants.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Stool by Sjoerd Vroonland

For those who believe in it, the mysterious beverage might have worked. For others: it's eye-catching art.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Crackle Lamp by Jonas Samson & Little Boxes by Thomas Eurlings

The unique dining table by Kranen/Gille in the middle of the exhibition was fully booked all ten evenings.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Usuals Sewing Kit and Teapot by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe

Chef Edwin Severijn improvised dishes like sea urchin with summer purslane or veal cheek with truffle and trompettes noir (stewed in Double Dip Slow Cooker by Maarten Baptist).

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Usuals by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe

They were served straight from the Dtile kitchen to the table, including napkins by Jeroen Vinken, cutlery of Royal VKB and N-Gispen chairs by Gerrit Rietveld.

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Above: Outdoor Oven by Dick Van Hoff (Weltevree)

The Dutch Design Award jury, Eindhoven’s Mayor and Aldermen, the Centraal Museum Utrecht, various companies and a large number of designers – they were all at Eat Drink Design last week.

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Above: Dutch Tub by Floris Schoonderbeek (Weltevree)

In between the courses was ample time for personal meeting and comprehensive explanation.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Pudding Mold by Maaike Roozenburg and Mirrors by Thomas Eurlings

Curator Annemoon Geurts is more than happy with the result: “With about 10,000 visitors in ten days I consider it a successful anniversary.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Pudding Mold by Maaike Roozenburg

It was a tremendous challenge to shape our sphere and vision in such an impressive space of over one thousand square meter.” Thus Studio Moon/en/co has big future plans.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Stamped and Sealed Vase by Kiki Van Eijk

If Eat Drink Design returns next year's Dutch Design Week, it will prolong in a new form.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Poor Man's Gold by Joost Van Bleiswijk

Geurts can’t tell exactly what, with whom and how yet.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Distilled Nature Clash by BCXSY

But to give a brief idea of what to expect: “We’re developing an international platform with exhibitions and projects, to contribute to a full experience of the creative industries”

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Incubator Series by Anke Weiss

EAT DRINK DESIGN CONCEPT: Annemoon Geurts, Koen Rijnbeek (Moon/en/co) & Edwin Severijn (Sot-l'y-laisse)

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Above: Fire Tools by Anke Bernotat

CURATOR: Annemoon Geurts

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Mazzo Curtains by Jeroen Vinken and Table Bouquet byNienke Sybrandy

DESIGN: 
Lies Arts / Maarten Baas / Maarten Baptist / Anke Bernotat / Joost van Bleiswijk /

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: Plumen by Hulger & SamuelWilkinson

Sander Boeijink, Nienke Sybrandy & Jeroen Wand (Grondvormen) / Boaz Cohen & Sayaka Yamamoto (BCXSY) /

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Total table Project by Kiki Van Eijk

Kiki van Eijk / Niels van Eijk & Miriam van der Lubbe / Thomas Eurlings / Hulger & Samuel Wilkinson / Peter van der Jagt & Erik Jan Kwakkel (DTILE) /

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: exhibition overview

Dinie van den Heuvel (d'Andt) / Dick van Hoff & Floris Schoonderbeek (Weltevree) / Jos Kranen & Johannes Gille /

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: exhibition overview

Klaas Kuiken / Sander Lucas / Fenna Oosterhoff / Roeland Otten / Marije van der Park & Latu / Gerrit Rietveld (NGispen) / Maaike Roozenburg /

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design

Above: exhibition overview

Jonas Samson / Mara Skujeniece / Jeroen Vinken / Wieland Vogel / Sjoerd Vroonland / Anke Weiss.

Eat Drink Design at Dutch Design


See also:

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Eat Drink Design at
Dutch Design Week 2009
The Incubator Series by
Anke Weiss
Leather Lampshades by
Pepe Heykoop
  • http://andieystudio.com andie

    the chair attached with the coat hanger is overwhelmingly funny, because if you hang too many pieces on there, it will tilt or fall and if you hang long coat or scarf it will interfere with the user. Don't see the point of producing it.

  • http://www.excaliburbreeding.com Brenda

    Leave it to the Dutch to make the simple so beautiful!