Eindhoven, Sectie-C, The Netherlands, Dutch design, Dutch Design Week 2015, Lucas Muñoz, Lap Seat, Cilindrical Mine Kafon, Massoud Hassani, Helder Sprite, Lucie Jansen, Blow Lamps, Ruben der Kinderen, Atmosphere Clock, Daan Spanjer, Stacked / Global edition, Sander Wassink, Freedom, Sander Wassink, Nothing Machine, Atelier Mats, Splitting the atom #1, Kostas Lambridis, Secundum, Victor Sonna, Every Cilinder, Arnout Meijer, Plica Boat, Paul Streicher, GretA, Claudia Glaser, Library Chair, Nacho Carbonell, recycled pet, diy boat, standard construction materials, detonating bombs,

1. Cylindrical Mine Kafon by Massoud Hassani

One of Inhabitat’s favorite inventors, Massoud Hassani took a studio at Sectie-C after graduating from the Design Academy four years ago with his famous landmine clearing project Mine Kafon. In a similar manner to his previous spherical device, his new cylindrical objects detonate bombs by rolling over landmines, yet this new design is intended for people to DIY from repurposed tires and other materials found at hand.

Eindhoven, Sectie-C, The Netherlands, Dutch design, Dutch Design Week 2015, Lucas Muñoz, Lap Seat, Cilindrical Mine Kafon, Massoud Hassani, Helder Sprite, Lucie Jansen, Blow Lamps, Ruben der Kinderen, Atmosphere Clock, Daan Spanjer, Stacked / Global edition, Sander Wassink, Freedom, Sander Wassink, Nothing Machine, Atelier Mats, Splitting the atom #1, Kostas Lambridis, Secundum, Victor Sonna, Every Cilinder, Arnout Meijer, Plica Boat, Paul Streicher, GretA, Claudia Glaser, Library Chair, Nacho Carbonell, recycled pet, diy boat, standard construction materials, detonating bombs,

2. Helder Sprite by Lucie Jansen

Trained as a sculptor, Lucie Jansen now makes surprising, poetic and practical designs. From her studio at Sectie-C she upcycles colored PET drink bottles into delightful glowing lamps.

Eindhoven, Sectie-C, The Netherlands, Dutch design, Dutch Design Week 2015, Lucas Muñoz, Lap Seat, Cilindrical Mine Kafon, Massoud Hassani, Helder Sprite, Lucie Jansen, Blow Lamps, Ruben der Kinderen, Atmosphere Clock, Daan Spanjer, Stacked / Global edition, Sander Wassink, Freedom, Sander Wassink, Nothing Machine, Atelier Mats, Splitting the atom #1, Kostas Lambridis, Secundum, Victor Sonna, Every Cilinder, Arnout Meijer, Plica Boat, Paul Streicher, GretA, Claudia Glaser, Library Chair, Nacho Carbonell, recycled pet, diy boat, standard construction materials, detonating bombs,

3. Blow Lamps by Ruben der Kinderen

Ruben der Kinderen also makes lights from recycled PET. To make his Blow Lamps, he first heats up a pre-form (PET tube) in an electric oven and blows it up by manually injecting air through a bike’s air pump, much like a glass blower might.

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4. Atmosphere Clock by Daan Spanjer

Daan Spanjer‘s stunning ‘Atmosphere‘ clocks illustrate the transitional qualities of color and time we experience throughout a day. Factors like juxtaposition, dust, water, geolocation and perspective determine the specific hues captured – like early morning horizons or the total darkness of midnight in most places.

Eindhoven, Sectie-C, The Netherlands, Dutch design, Dutch Design Week 2015, Lucas Muñoz, Lap Seat, Cilindrical Mine Kafon, Massoud Hassani, Helder Sprite, Lucie Jansen, Blow Lamps, Ruben der Kinderen, Atmosphere Clock, Daan Spanjer, Stacked / Global edition, Sander Wassink, Freedom, Sander Wassink, Nothing Machine, Atelier Mats, Splitting the atom #1, Kostas Lambridis, Secundum, Victor Sonna, Every Cilinder, Arnout Meijer, Plica Boat, Paul Streicher, GretA, Claudia Glaser, Library Chair, Nacho Carbonell, recycled pet, diy boat, standard construction materials, detonating bombs,

5. Stacked / Global edition by Sander Wassink

Collaboration-O‘s Sander Wassink joined Luuk Van den Broek for his new project Stacked lights, a simplified, locally-crafted version of his previous pendants created along with fellow student Maayan Pesach. Also crafted from repurposed vintage glassware, the new designs incorporate an iridescent electro galvanized metal shade created by immersing the metal in a saline/zinc solution, along a zinc anode and a steel conductor, to then run a current of electricity that will help forming a stunning zinc-coating that will also protect the piece from corrosion.

Eindhoven, Sectie-C, The Netherlands, Dutch design, Dutch Design Week 2015, Lucas Muñoz, Lap Seat, Cilindrical Mine Kafon, Massoud Hassani, Helder Sprite, Lucie Jansen, Blow Lamps, Ruben der Kinderen, Atmosphere Clock, Daan Spanjer, Stacked / Global edition, Sander Wassink, Freedom, Sander Wassink, Nothing Machine, Atelier Mats, Splitting the atom #1, Kostas Lambridis, Secundum, Victor Sonna, Every Cilinder, Arnout Meijer, Plica Boat, Paul Streicher, GretA, Claudia Glaser, Library Chair, Nacho Carbonell, recycled pet, diy boat, standard construction materials, detonating bombs,

6. Freedom by Sander Wassink

Also from Sander Wassink is the ‘Freedom’ chaise lounge, commissioned by Designblok Prague, which makes us reconsider our ideas of beauty and aesthetic value. Using standard construction materials like bricks, rope and plastic sheeting, he turns attention to the discarded with a piece of furniture that is half-built and half-destroyed.

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7. Nothing Machine by Atelier Mats

Mats Horbach‘s ‘Nothing Machine’ arises from a fascination with invisible networks and signals that are nonetheless omnipresent. Based on the crystal radio, this device catches a signal from the air and converts it into sound, thereby unveiling the excess energy we could use, but is instead constantly wasted.

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8. Splitting the Atom #1 by Kostas Lambridis

Nacho Carbonell‘s left-hand man Kostas Lambridis‘ unveils ‘Splitting the Atom #1′, which reflects the designers’ Greek origins along with his passion for metalwork. Made from a charred-core olive tree trunk he found in a burnt forest, the table strikes a brilliant contrast with its smooth, sophisticated bronze top.

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9. Secundum by Victor Sonna

Also within an exhibition called OXI, by Justine Kontou & Club-C, we spotted Victor Sonna‘s ‘Secundum’ seat. This piece is comprised of an assemblage of vintage bronze pieces that got a second chance as a chair.

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10. Every Cylinder by Arnout Meijer

Arnout Meijer ‘Every Cylinder’ uses rows of LEDs and textured Pyrasied Xtreme Acrylic for a lamp that changes with one’s position in space. The light vectors are refracted by the material and rendered in relation to the human eye, creating magical cylindrical patterns.

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11. Plica Boat by Paul Streicher’s

Paul Streicher‘s ‘Plica’ is a DIY foldable canoe that combines traditional ways of manufacturing with a modern look. Made cheaply with wood, plastic sheeting and just a few screws, the flatpack design can be intuitively assembled in just a few minutes.

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12. GretA by Claudia Glaser

Claudia Glaser from Germany is fascinated by the emerging patterns of birch, European walnut or sycamore veneer that emerge through a backlight. Her Lying Lamp GretA highlights this effect and is combined with a 3D-printed element that connects the wooden shade with a cable that is elegantly hidden by knitted dried grass.

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13. Library Chair by Nacho Carbonell

Spanish designer Nacho Carbonell unveiled the new version of his Library Chair, a seat for placing your thoughts inside each little box before taking a rest inside. A physical representation of one’s brain, the seat is crafted from a metal structure and has a renewable, processed cork skin.

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14. Lap Seat by Lucas Muñoz

And last but not least is Spanish designer Lucas Muñoz´s ‘Lap Seat’, which for many of us represents the first (human) chair we have ever sat on. Created out of Munoz’s student thesis work, ‘Bastardism’, we love it for its bold and eye-catching yet sweet aesthetics.

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