Piet Hein Eek’s Restaurant in Eindhoven is Filled with Beautiful Upcycled Designs

by , 08/07/12

Piet Hein Eek Restaurant, Piet Hein Eek, Nob Ruijgrok, Eindhoven, upcycling, dutch design, patchwork wooden furniture, vintage furniture, recycled steel pipes, recycled furniture, Strijp-s, Architecture, Daylighting, Recycled Materials, Green renovation, green Interiors, green furniture, the netherlands

The Restaurant of Piet Hein Eek is filled with the designer’s own pieces, including his signature recycled wood furniture finished with a high gloss varnish. All pieces are unique and made from waste diverted into interior design, like the colourful bar made from old steel pipes. The “Old lampshade-lamp” is a collection of mix-match lights that as a collection create an astonishing chandelier feature.

Eek’s piled up recycled wooden stools below some yummy Garden Nasturtium, together with a found church chandelier, are some of the pieces that fill this brilliant space. The walls and floors were rescued from another of Philips‘ enormous warehouse buildings and now serve as a venue for local cultural events. A long table topped by “Hanging Wire Lamp in Tie Silk” is reserved for large groups.

+ Piet Hein Eek Restaurant

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat

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