Modern heater in the shape of an old stove brings the warm feeling of gathering around the central place in your home. The stove will be the heart of the family.Radiator in the shape of an old stove
Two chairs embracing each other with love, falling in to each others arms as a reaction to a fragmented reality.The emotional feeling of this chair is identifiable for people, a feeling which has personal free interpretations and brings memories and warmtLove Approach Together chair / bench
“Interaction”, is an installation celebrating H&M Home’s transition from an online and catalogue retailer to a physical showroom where one can indulge all the senses, especially touch.
With the dominance of digital systems in the world, the concept explored the possibility of discovery through direct interaction. A large wooden display unit presents a series of pulleys and levers that are attached to various products.
An action causes a reaction. With a simple pull or push there is a discovery through the physical exploration of an analogue search engine.Direct analog browsing
LAT chair (Love Approach Together). Three chairs embracing each other with love, falling into each others arms as a reaction to a fragmented reality.The emotional feeling of this chair is identifiable for people, a feeling which has personal free interpretations and brings memories and warmth.Love Approach Together chair / bench
Silver Ice cubes. A silver wine cooler with ice cubes pressed through the metal.Champagne/ Wine cooler
An art piece for on a roundabout. Located at the industrial park of the city Mechelen (Belgium). The concept is inspired on the traffic sign for an industrial park. This sign was made into a 3-dimensional structure. The windows, which are usually voids, are now closed boxes. During the night these boxes light up when traffic is passing by (reflectors). The tree that grows out of the factory’s chimney symbolizes that the industry is getting greener (and greener). The realization of this project was in October 2010. In collaboration with Maarten Groven.
During the technical engineers process it seemed that is wasn’t possible to place a tree. Because there was a street water infiltration system under need the roundabout. In place of the tree there is now an abstracted cloud structure with ivy.
Architecture, Fine Arts, Industrial DesignArt piece inspired on traffic sign
The approach was to create a “gallery” of fun fashion home products that customers are encouraged to touch and explore as they create their own unique home style.
H&M Home is a gallery/showroom using highly emotional product presentations, verging on art that encourages customers to engage with the brand. For the launch, there was created a
display of mirrors and suspended furniture to showcase the variety of looks that can be created with the H&M Home collection to reflect each consumers personal style.
Located in the H&M headquarters in Stockholm, the installation “Home Reflections” imagines the world through a looking glass, to explore our ever-changing relationship between identity and style.
We made this project with two 3D designers (myself as designer and one senior lead designer, Gavin Elliot) and one (senior) graphic designer (Ruben Dela Rive Box).
Design and images property of UXUS design. Design and images property of UXUS design. Temporary installation. Executed in H&M Stockholm, Sweden 2009. Photos: Dim Balsem.Exhibition Design, Fashion, Graphic DesignDouble product showing.
LAT chair (Love Approach Together). Three single chairs leaning close to each other with love, falling in toeach others arms as a reaction to a fragmented reality.The emotional feeling ofthis chair is identifiable for people, a feeling which has personal free interpretations and brings memories and warmth.Love Approach Together chair / bench
The objective was to create 3 Watch display proposals inspired by the Artist Visual which showcases the following artists watch designs: Billy The Artist, Ted Scapa, Grems, Matthew Langille. Inspiration was drawn directly from the aerosol/colour burst Artist Visual and the street art influence of the featured artists workPoint of Sale Display Concept
Amsterdam Schiphol lounge 3
Dutch icons in relation to products.
Schiphol Lounge 3: a realized restaurant named Bread (Hospitality), cheese counter named Say Cheese (Retail) and a flower shop named House of Tulips (Retail). The three basic product categories of these concepts represent are strongly rooted in dutch culture. Dutch icons in relation to the above mentioned products.
Design and images property of Tjep. Photos: Tjep.
In collaboration with: Frank Tjepkema (lead designer of the project and owner of Tjep) and Leonie Janssen (designer).
The atmosphere and structure of the design is referring to the wood constructions of a Dutch wind mills and old barns. The materializing of the project is referring to the crafts in a bakery: sustainable, warmth and freshness.
Bread, sandwiches are freshly made in sight of the guest and according to their taste. Passengers in a hurry / with little time can choose to take the ‘fast lane’ and make their choice from a pre-made selection. The visitors of Bread can seat on unique designed garden benches combined with regular chairs.
House of Tulips
A unique feature is the huge meeting square of lounge 3 is the green glass house - ‘The House of Tulips’ - which spectacularly suspended in the air.
It’s the shape of a typical Amsterdam canal house + glass system of a greenhouse = becomes The House of Tulips. When it’s open it rises in the air, when the shop will close it comes down fully automatically.
The concept of Say Cheese is referring to traditional staking of cheeses in the maturation process on wooden shelf’s. The “Cheese block” is giving an extra commercial communication support and can be used for the presentation of non-food products. When shop is closed the “Cheese block” will be used for the storage of the non-food products.
Architecture, Furniture Design, Interior DesignDutch icons in relation to products.
The concept is an abstraction of a piggy bank. Electricity is provided via the curly tail .The lighting bulb is of course safe lighting bulb. Also there is a contact front in the shape of a piggy nose.The one and only save light
1. Aroma CrushThis double glass concept encourages customers to pair their favourite fruit and herb flavours with any Coca-Cola variety.
2. Coke Flight. A Coke bottle flask disassembles to become a series of tasting glasses artists work.A different drinking experience
Ik krukje. A personalised tabouret. The idea is based on the area in which I grew up, a farm. The tabouret is made of grain bags and the seat resembles the growth rings of a tree.A tabouret is made of grain seed bags
A chair with the primary focus on one detail. Many chairs seen in the past were overloaded with details. D_taille only focuses on one element.Focus on one detail