Tejo Remy

24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

CEILING LAMPS From simple fitted ceiling fixtures to elaborate chandeliers, ceiling lamps offer a great way to efficiently illuminate an entire room while adding drama and visual flare. They also offer a

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Tejo Remy and Rene Veenhuizen Build a Nest Chair Out of Bamboo

Tejo Remy and Rene Veenhuizen Build a Nest Chair Out of Bamboo

Designed by Dutch duo Tejo Remy and Rene Veenhuizen, the Bamboo Chair is a limited edition design made completely out of the pandas' favorite food. Bamboo is a fantastic, eco-friendly alternative to

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VIDEO: Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe Talks Reclaiming Design

VIDEO: Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe Talks Reclaiming Design

In 2007, Inhabitat put together an event about recycling and reuse in design, called Reclaiming Design. This event at HauteGREEN in New York was a big success, thanks to the thought-provoking design and

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DROOG DESIGN Opens Up Shop in NYC!

DROOG DESIGN Opens Up Shop in NYC!

We've waxed lyrical many times about our love for Dutch design, and no organization better represents the idea of 'Dutch Design' than world famous Amsterdam-based collective Droog Design. So you can

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MILAN 2008: Droog Design ‘A Touch of Green’

MILAN 2008: Droog Design ‘A Touch of Green’

Celebrated Dutch design collective Droog Design pushed green design ideas to the forefront this year with their 'A Touch of Green' presentation in Milan. Echoing this Inhabitant's focus on the boundaries

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REMY/VEENHUIZEN Rug made from recycled blankets

REMY/VEENHUIZEN Rug made from recycled blankets

From our favorite Dutch design duo Tejo Remy and Rene VeenHuizen comes an awesome reclaimed material rug to cozy up to. Made from recycled blankets, the rug takes cuddly comfort and turns it into a great

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TENNIS BALL BENCHES by Remy/Veenhuizen

TENNIS BALL BENCHES by Remy/Veenhuizen

You may have thoughts tennis balls were just for tennis - but creative Dutch designer Tejo Remy has found a another use for the bright yellow bouncy felt-and-rubber balls. The same material qualities

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TEJO REMY’S PLAYGROUND FENCES

TEJO REMY’S PLAYGROUND FENCES

One of the highlights of our recent Reclaiming Design events in New York was Dutch designer Tejo Remy's presentation. As expected, the Dutch designer spoke about his well known chest of drawers, rag

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RECLAIMING DESIGN PANEL: Today!

RECLAIMING DESIGN PANEL: Today!

If you're in New York City this weekend for the ICFF, we'd like to remind you about our Reclaiming Design event at HauteGreen this afternoon. You can't miss the HauteGREEN show, so why not combine a

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TEJO REMY: Reclaiming Design

TEJO REMY: Reclaiming Design

Our upcoming Reclaiming Design panel at HauteGREEN is all about reuse and re-appropriation in design, and few people are more qualified to speak on such a topic than iconic and prolific Dutch Designer

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RECLAIMING DESIGN at HauteGREEN

RECLAIMING DESIGN at HauteGREEN

In coordination with this year's HauteGreen exhibition during New York Design Week, Inhabitat will be hosting a star-studded panel discussion surrounding the topic of using reclaimed materials in design.

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LEAF FURNITURE by Tejo Remy

LEAF FURNITURE by Tejo Remy

There's something so identifiable and charming about Dutch Design. Tejo Remy, one of the first and most influential members of the Dutch Design group Droog, has recently split from the collective to

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DUTCH DESIGN: Sustainability and Interactivity

DUTCH DESIGN: Sustainability and Interactivity

This morning we've been discussing the environmental friendliness of Dutch design. Like Tejo Remy's rag chair (shown above), a lot of Dutch design uses reappropriated objects and recycled materials,

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DUTCH DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY: Droog Design

DUTCH DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY: Droog Design

Despite the seemingly subjective nature of design, there seems to be one thing that most people can agree upon- Dutch design is good design. Product after product, Dutch designers continue to wow us with

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