Thursday, April 23, 2009

project_nowadays

PICTURES SOON

People are used to have light switches, power outlets and pipes coming out of their wall. It's so common nowadays to see those elements in your house, that you don't notice them anymore. I created an object that, at first sight, seems to be a collection of pipes on your wall. But if you look closer, it feels weird to see so many pipe-endings together, and you'll notice the functional function of this collection: small hooks to organize your belongings.

A series of pipe-endings and light switches. 

Material: Acrylic One 



Wednesday, April 22, 2009

drawings_




project_F.002

PICTURES SOON

Ecological-series: Stool.
This stool is part of the ecological-series; where I decided to use existing forms and the purest materials. The stool is made from porcelain; which is the purest form of clay from the highest top of the Kaolin Mountain in China. The shape is based upon a cone shaped bin, wrapped around with rope.

project_pure porcelain


Ecological-series: Cup.
This cup is part of the ecological-series; where I decided to use existing forms and the purest materials. The cup is made from porcelain; which is the purest form of clay from the highest top of the Kaolin Mountain in China. The shape is based upon a cone shaped bin, wrapped around with rope.

This project is in cooperation with Gerda Arts_www.bakhuis.nl

project_NM1.003

PICTURES SOON

I designed a kitchen that doesn't reveal the true actions happening there. This is based upon the little information you get by looking through the heating departments of a snack wall. You'll only get fragmented pieces of information. In this kitchen half of the information is hidden, by a vertical moving element which hides the cooking area. If you're not cooking, you can hide the kitchen-element, by pushing it towards the ceiling. If you want to cook, you can pull the cooking-element down which hides the cook's upper body. So you'll have to guess what's going on in there by interpretating the actions of the cook's lower body. 

project_NM1.002












This space is designed for 2 persons who look for comfort, relaxing, cosyness and who love being around each other, their family and friends. I made a clear contrast between the private part of the house and the part where everybody is welcome. The 2 spaces are very open and are seperated by a wooden wall, that captures the attention.

project_NM1.001






An interior project designed for the room of a student. It's based on the students functions; eating, sleeping, relaxing, studying and storing. 

project_F.001







The 2 keywords to this design are anorexia and symmetry. I wanted to develop an object for those who have an eating disorder. Then you'll only eat when someone is around, so that nobody notices that you have an eating disorder.

I transformed these keywords into an object.  The two elements are opposite to eachother. When you are alone; you are unable to eat at the element. When you're sitting together on the two benches; they will slide to each other, and meet each other in the middle. The 'broken' table will be complete again, and you can both enjoy your meal.

paper_work

My wall full with graphite and clay, this is my way to become a good drawing designer. And I think it's a beautiful gift when you can visualise what's in your head. 

//RON ARAD_''WHATEVER WE CAN DRAW, WE CAN MAKE. AND WE CAN DRAW WHATEVER WE WANT'' 

inspiration_wall

FOR INSPIRATION ONLY
Everybody is searching for inspiration, my inspiration is just simple. Riding the bike and take a good precise look around. But nature and culture are number one on my inspiration list. 

project_extend

Make use of a small space: 1x1 meters wide and 5 meters high. I decided to use the height of this space to make an interesting object. You see an extension of a table made of plates. The position of the plates is ensured by cords hanging from the ceiling. 

project_birdhouse


This is a birdhouse based upon the shape of an ant-eater. I studied the life of an ant-eater, and gave a new interpretation of his shape and his skintexture. This was the base for this birdhouse. 
material: wood, tape & paint | dimension: 60x10x10 cm

project_form





This is a formstudy based upon an interior picture.
I transformed this 2d-image to a 3d-object, that is interesting to see in every angle.

material: cardboard, plaster, gold & white paint | dimension: 30x30x30 cm