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Posted By Emily Pilloton On November 14, 2006 @ 5:02 am In Design,Green Furniture,Green Interiors,Transforming Furniture | 6 Comments

Tejo Remy, Leaf Project Bench, RemyVeenhuizen, Droog, Leaf Project, Leaf cut out shelves [1]

There’s something so identifiable and charming about Dutch Design [2]. Tejo Remy [3], one of the first and most influential members of the Dutch Design [2] group Droog [4], has recently split from the collective to launch a project-based firm called RemyVeenhuizen [3] with cohort Rene Veenhuizen. Their Leaf Project, whose cascading waterfall of leaves create a fluid series of shelves, benches, and wall coverings, is a great example of witty, innovative, and engaging design. We love the flora motif made structural and functional.

+ RemyVeenhuizen [3]

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/blog/2006/11/14/leaf-furniture-by-tejo-remy/

[2] Dutch Design: http://inhabitat.com/blog/2006/08/13/dutch-design-sustainability-droog/

[3] Tejo Remy: http://www.remyveenhuizen.nl/

[4] Droog: http://www.droogdesign.nl

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