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Building update

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A lot has happened the past months! The window frames have been installed. Everything has been insulated. The installations for the electricity, water and ventilation have been prepared. And last week the patterned façade panels arrived. More images here.

tote bag, flip & tumble

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New collaboration with flip & tumble from Berkeley, California. A woman owned business producing eco-friendly foldable tote bags. The bags are made of the same light, but tough material as parachutes and hold over 250 times their weight! Find the ‘Pear Blossom’ bag here.
Image courtesy of flip & tumble.

fashion, Kitchener

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A new addition to my collaboration with concept store Kitchener from Zurich.

“Our choices are not determined by the scene or by current trends; instead, we concentrate on making sure that our customers enjoy shopping with us. We don’t want to be hip. We want to be independent, personal, and provocative.”
Excerpt from their inspiring brand philosophy (and they are focussed on sustainability too :).
Image courtesy of Kitchener.

Building has started! 

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Seven years ago Eelco (jade architecten) and I had the crazy idea of building our own home & office on this plot in the city of Rotterdam. After lots of bumps in the road we are really happy to have finally started.

It will become a super energy efficient building (‘passive house standard’). We are building as sustainable as possible with CLT (cross laminated timber) walls and floors and choosing bio-based and renewable building materials were possible like the insulation made of woodfibre.
More info about the project via, more images here.

fashion, Hanna Andersson

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The first of a range of patterns for the wonderful Hanna Andersson. Dresses, sweatshirts, rompers, socks and more! Visit Hanna Andersson to view their colourful collections.
Image courtesy of Hanna Andersson

rugs, nomia

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Custom-made botanical illustrations for nomia rugs. They created two different style rugs, one bold coloured one which you can see above and one in soft tones. Both rugs are available in two sizes and as I understand the rugs are made by Wilton machine, which is one of the oldest weaving styles….
Image courtesy of nomia rugs.