Milan Design Week 2010: Saved by Droog, EventArchitectectuur, Marjan van Aubel
by Jaime / April 16, 2010


Droog's temporary store "Saved by Droog", offering 5,074 re-imagined products originally purchased at liquidation sales, was a major highlight for me. Above, Eric Klarenbeek's roll on scents made from salt shakers.



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Atelier Ted Noten's Three Star Bombs

All the pieces were transformed in surprising and thoughtful ways: ranging from Luc d'Hanis and Sofie Lachaert's Sad Hankys to Atelier Ted Noten's Three Star Bombs.


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Luc d'Hanis and Sofie Lachaert's Sad Hankys


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Among my other favorites...


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EventArchitectectuur introduced Spaces, a series of building blocks made from birch and oak that were inspired by genetic code. Spaces allows users to create their own furniture such as bookshelves or desk bases.


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Rietveld graduate Marjan van Aubel has created a new material called foam porcelain which expands in the kiln. With her delicate tableware, van Aubel explored the boundaries between material control and freedom.


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