Piet Hein Eek Creates an Art Gallery from Recycled Materials in Eindhoven

by , 05/06/13

Eindhoven, Dutch Design Week, Ana Lisa Alperovich, local, art gallery, community center, Art, Green Design Events, social design, Recycled Materials, green furniture,

For the most recent edition of Dutch Design Week, Drenthe Village residents created an exhibition of contemporary objects and photographs proudly lunching their own line called Village Design label. From recycled fabric mice toys by Otman & Ria to strange looking wooden furniture, local residents created everything. Tsjalke also produced a couple of perforated wooden lamps that project wonderful lacey images when they are lit.

Flat-pack cardboard stools situated around a recycled wooden table provide a space to relax and meet people during the Dutch design event. The “Tattoo Tafel” table features all the locals’ tattoos. There were also some nice colorful pictures of the many dinners, parades and other public events that have happened in the area.

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  1. Design4dreaming September 16, 2013 at 12:59 pm


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