IMM Köln

For FRAME Magazine I created the interior for one of 5 boxes in a stand designed by i29 interior architects. (2016)

Symposion Gorinchem

Proud to be part of this prestigious Symposion. Over 400 pieces are on show by more than 170 dutch renowned artist (2015)

www.symposion2015.nl

Baden Baden Interior

Exhibition in high-end interior shop (2015)

www.badenbaden.nl

NO WALLS EXPO

Viering van het 20-jarige culturele verdrag tussen Nederland en Vlaanderen
Rotterdam, NL (2015)

www.nowallsexpo.com

Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair
Rotterdam, NL (2015)

www.rcartfair.com

Encounter Contemporary Art
Group exhibition with Charley Peters
Opening 28th of August 2014
Amsterdam, NL
With courtesy of Gallery Nine Amsterdam

www.encoutercontemporary.com www.charleypeters.com www.gallerynine.nl

Symposion Gorinchem
Solo-exhibition at 'het Kruithuis'.
Opening 7th of September 2014
Gorinchem, NL

www.symposion-gorinchem.nl

Tour Eastern Europe
Dutch Geometric Art


Galeria El, Elbag, Poland
July through August 2014
www.galeria-el.pl
Tatranska Galeria, Poprad, Slovakia
January through February 2015
www.tatragaleria.sk
Galeria Vytvarneho, Ostrava, Tjech Republic
March through April 2015
www.gvuo.cz

Art Breda
Breda, NL (2014)

www.artbreda.nl

Kunst Rai Amsterdam (Artfair)
Amsterdam, NL (2014)

www.kunstrai.nl

RAW Art Fair
Rotterdam, NL (2014)

www.rawartfair.nl

RAW Art Fair
Rotterdam, NL (2014)

www.rawartfair.nl

Groupshow Gallery Nine 25 year anniversary
Amsterdam, NL (2014)

www.gallerynine.nl

ISEA 2013, Sydney
Balance-Unbalance, Noosa
Australia

With Andrea Polli (New Mexico, USA) and Nigel Jamieson (Auckland, New Zealand) we were part of the main presenters program at ISEA 2013. We presented the preliminary development of a new kind of augmented reality app. The app enables artists to show virtual sculptures realtime in any existing environment.
In Noosa-Heads at the Balance-Unbalance festival we created an outdoor string sculpture and hooked up several microphones to the work so the work was touchable and was turned into an instrument. The work was also part of the Floating Land festival. The sculpture was a great success with both adults as well as children.

www.isea2013.com www.balance-unbalance2013.org www.andreapolli.org

KunstRai (Artfair)
Amsterdam, NL (2013)

www.kunstrai.nl

RAW Art Fair
Rotterdam, NL (2013)

www.rawartfair.com

ISEA 2012
International Symposium for Electronic Arts, New Mexico, USA Artist talk

www.isea-web.org

KunstRai (Artfair)
Amsterdam, NL (2012)

www.kunstrai.nl

Artantique (Artfair)
Utrecht, NL (2012)

Gallery Nine (Group show)
Amsterdam, NL (2012)

www.gallerynine.nl

Gallery Kulter (Group show)
Amsterdam, NL (2011)

www.kulter.nl

DDA–Awardshow (Group show)
Dutch Design Week, NL (2011)

www.dutchdesignawards.nl

City Council (Solo show)
Atriumgebouw /Stadhuis,
The Hague, NL (2011)

Art-Olive
Exhibition in Gallery at Westerpark, Amsterdam, NL (2011)

www.artolive.nl

Tricot (Solo show)
Winterswijk, NL (2011)

www.tricotwinterswijk.com

Zomer Expo 2011
Gemeente Museum Den Haag,
The Hague, NL (2011)

www.zomerexpo.nl

2 Turven Hoog (Solo show)
Theater Weekend, Stadsschouwburg, Almere, NL (2011)

Art Prague (via Art Traffic)
Prague, CZ (2011)

New Lines
A-Gallery, Amsterdam, NL (2011)

Dutch Design Award (Shortlisted)
Installation This is not where I Am (2011)

Exhibition at A-Gallery
(2010) Various Installations, wire, MDF, paper

The Departure Room,
Installation Little Alice

Loods 6, Amsterdam,NL (2010)

www.loods6.nl

You Move, I Move
Bonte Zwaan, Amsterdam, NL (2008)

www.bontezwaan.nl

–930 mm
Bonte Zwaan, Amsterdam, NL (2007)

An exhibition at the Bonte Zwaan in Amsterdam related to the Interior Architecture Works

www.bontezwaan.nl

The Wall is the Landscape: Retrospective of Works
Academy Gallery, Utrecht, NL (2005)

Rotterdam Design Award (Nominated )
i29 Project
Exhibition at Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, NL (2003)

Velt-Design Award
Gallery Kroon, Amsterdam, NL (2003)

Dutch Design Award (Nomination)
Project POE (with i29) (2003)

Kortrijk Design Fare (Competition)
Design for Europe, Kortrijk, BE (2000)

Renovation project
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: Total renovation with luxury finish of two appartments, later to be sold.

Proposal: Designing the house was not the real deal here. We made a good floorplan, bringing out a maximum of good spaces in the house, bring light in on the right spots and take thorough care of a high quality building process.

Technical data and materials: Oak parket, soundproof house, no kitchen, Mosa bathroom tiles, good lighting. Important to mention is that the house was sold for a close to record price in this categorie.
Surface: 87 and 180 m2

Souterrain Design
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: Complete demolishment of old interior and create a luxurious pied-à-terre.

Proposal: Build a glass wall in the center of the house, giving room to the bed- and bathroom. This gives nice, light spaces for living and dining. This also gives room for a nice hallway, a large toilet, extra storage-space and a big, well-equiped kitchen.

Technical data and materials: All custom work. Oak floor in diagonal direction, hard glass, microcement, oak veneer, stainless steel kitchen top, oak doors.
Surface: 100 m2

Adding a new floor to the house
Amstelveen, NL

Requested by client: A new floor for the house to provide space for the expanding family.

Proposal: Use part of the existing roof, but make extra space on the backside of the house. A central staircase gives access to a study (not in the pictures yet), a storage/washing room and a very large masterbedroom with built in closets and private bathroom. All made in the same materials.

Technical data and materials: Ikea closet body's, bamboo veneer woordwork, Mosa tiles, glass panels, carpet.
Surface: 40 m2

Renovation house Stadhouderskade
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A completely utilysed interior in this small space.

Proposal: As much open space as possible with a long wall with hidden spaces providing: 1: a toilet, 2: a bathroom; 3: a spare bedroom/sleeping space. Across, on top of the concrete edge of the foundation is a long gutter made from American walnut. This gives place to several 'click-in' units like bookshelves, a stereo, part of the kithchen and possibly a table.

Technical data and materials: Naked brickwork, betonplex, epoxy floor, American walnut feneer.
Surface: 50 m2

Extension house Schepenenlaan
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: An extension on top of the house. The house had a small 3rd floor and will get a 25 m2 extension. Space needed for a bigger bedroom, a bathroom, a study and extra closet space.

Proposal: The flooplan follows the existing architecture of the building. The interior upgrades the house in comfort and design. As in many other projects the struggle was in the routing and creating comfortable spaces. What is now created will feel as if it has always been this way instead of a forced extension.

Technical data and materials: Oak, spraypainted mdf, Mosa tiling, glass bathroom doors, carpet.
Surface: 60 m2

Interior Design Galileïplantsoen
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: This ground floor house with a garden needed a total renovation. Requested was a smart floorplan for 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, a large living room, kitchen and possibly some storage space.

Proposal: With the selection of simple, low priced materials a plan was made that fitted all demands. The sleeping rooms are nicely separated from the living room area and the potentialy dark house was made as light as possible.

Technical data and materials: Forbo Walton Uni floor, Russian pine, spraypainted mdf, stove.
Surface: 100 m2

Showroom Bickley + Mitchell
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: In one of the biggest and most beautiful canal-side buildings in Amsterdam one of the spaces was to be turned into a showroom for a clothing brand soon to distribute their products worldwide. The image was to be raw, but not retro and certainly not like comparable brands.

Proposal: The 35 meter long space is to be divided into an office and a display space. Since the space is only 4 meters wide we chose for a series of tables in the centre to work on (office) and the same series of different height for display.
Along the side of the space more display and closet space. The materials already present in the building were chosen to come back in the interior.

Technical data and materials: Steel, glass, concrete, painted mdf, indirect lighting, wooden blocks.
Surface: 120 m2

Interior Design Voormeulenweg
Bussum, NL

Requested by client: A total demolition and make-over for the ground floor plus a new addition to the house.

Proposal: A very light new extension to the house including several breakthroughs to create room for a very large kitchen-diningroom combination. Also a new sliding door between 2 niches to create work-, tv-space and closet space.

Technical data and materials: Bamboo, stainless steel, painted mdf, skylights. Surface: before 55 m2, after 70 m2

Interior Design Goods
(3th Store)

Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A store where woman feel at ease and have the privacy to snoop around and get the feeling they find something that other woman don’t. So good routing and a lot of diverse display space was essential. It needed a fancy look, but not too hip.

Proposal: The right use of the size of the space. By using the length of the store and adding a mirror the space looks bigger than it is. A white painted brick wall gave a bit of an edge to the store. Adding some touch worthy materials gave a more feminine feel to the extensively lit store. By repetitive use of the curved shapes different types of display are created.

Technical data and materials: Painted (high gloss) mdf, Verotex Omaha, concrete-look floor, mirrors. Surface: 70 m2

Interior Design Minervalaan Double Floor House
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: Create a workspace in this yet unaccessible attickspace. On the floor below a new guest-appartment needed to be created.

Proposal: By the smart use of the space in the attic we managed to create a large workspace, a home cinema, a small attic for their daughter and a place for an ever desired egg-chair. The central point in the design is the repetitive use of the large circles. Through the smart use of the way both floors connect under the sloping roof we managed to create a completely utilized apartment space including a fancy bathroom, a bedroom and a separate toilet.

Technical data and materials: Painted mdf, metallic wallpaint, stainless steel, beachstone mosaic, waterproof plaster, mosa tiles, hardened glass, forbo walton uni, Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen. Surface: before 23 m2 (usable), after 75 m2

Interior Design, Bathroom, Valeriusstraat
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A complete make-over for the bathroom due to plumbing problems.

Proposal: The use of luxurious marble, hardened glass, beautiful walnut veneer and shiny white tiles in this relatively small bathroom of a classical house in Amsterdam.

Technical data and materials: Hardened glass, Marron Emperador marble, glossy white tiles, walnut veneer. Surface: 10 m2

Interior Design Headoffice Sony Benelux / ATV Music
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: Sony/ATV Music was residing at the mediapark in Hilversum for years in a very large office. They rented a new office right in the touristic hart of Amsterdam, but the office was very dark and, let’s face it, lacking of character. Requested were a number of new desks, three separate workspaces, a lot of closetspace and a ‘funky’ work atmosphere.

Proposal: The extensive use of the color red, the brandcolor. A series of new very large desks were designed that would divide the different employees by function. A new, lighter carpet (the old one was synthetic and black). A series of small cabinets over the longest wall changing in color from light red to dark red hung on the wall with a red ribbon behind it. All this to create a recognizable theme in the space. Above the cabinets a series of shiny photographs were proposed of the signed artists. The design was very well received as it made a warmer and lighter (and seemingly larger) office.

Technical data and materials: Painted mdf, Interfaceflor Consolidation carpet, glass, photographs. Overall surface: 180 m2

Interior Design Galerie Podion
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: The creation of a brand new innercity Gallery space in the gymnasium of an old monastery. The biggest challenge was to bring in natural light. In the leftover space an artist studio was to be created.

Proposal: By the use of basic, strong materials a space was created that serves the artist’s work. By creating an opening in the ceiling the famous dutch northern light can enter now. By adding several separations special spaces were created for the works of different artists.

Technical data and materials: Steel, drywall, concrete, oregon pine. Surface: 200 m2

Interior Design
De Blonde Hollander

Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A modern interior with a wink to an old style Dutch interior. This restaurant for typical Dutch food had to be renewed and a second floor was added. The big idea of the restaurant is that the expensive lawyer eats here sitting next to the plumber after a hard days work.

Proposal: By the use of recognisable materials and details the mood was set. The big problem was to make it acceptable for people to be seated upstairs. We build a snake like structure for the bar which moves from the bar to the top floor. A glass fence was put in place to give an open view.

Technical data and materials: Teak, Lelievre infinity, Forbo walton uni, colored berch plywood, hardened glass, steel. Surface: 130 m2

Interior Design Casperle
Children Bookstore

Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: Create a new childrens bookstore in this former sex shop.

Proposal: A friendly, colorful place with a cave-like athmosphere with lots and lots of bookspace and two lovely seats for children to read.

Technical data and materials: Surface: 50 m2

Interior Design Noon (1 & 2)
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A ladies clothing store where daughters and their mothers can find surprising new clothes. Requested was a lot of hang-space and tables to snoop around. Also a store with an own identity.

Proposal: The focus was laid on the routing. The clothing racks were placed at a certain angle so that upon entering this store in the second largest shopping street of Amsterdam you would see only the front-dress in each rack, so it looks very exclusive. When walking around one will find a very large assortment.

Technical data and materials: Oak floor, glass, dark oak veneer, stainless steel, high-gloss finished raw wood. Surface: 80 m2 and 90m2

Interior and Furniture Design Sushi Kings
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A cool and funky design for Holland’s first sushi delivery/takeaway-shop and restaurant. An open kitchen and a translation of the already known graphic identity in this former butcher shop.

Proposal: By using the hous style color for the finishing of the floor the tone was set. Adding other materials with a Japanese twist completed this. A nice long bar was installed plus other tables all around the kitchen area. Adding mirrors with the logo gave a nice cool finish.

Technical data and materials: Granite, cherry and ash wood, glossy stainless steel, epoxy floor, kitchen machines. Surface: 60 and 90 m2.

Interior Design DJ-Booth for Edzon
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A cool design for the house of a DJ and his wife who works at home a lot.

Proposal: In this loft-space with a very low ceiling we created a sculptural intervention for his albums and DJ set. Next to this a deskspace was created. Project done in collaboration with I29 interior architects.

Technical data and materials: Painted mdf, bricks for the turntables.

Stand Design Versatel Internet

Requested by client: Surprise us with the design of a reusable stand for a trade fair.

Proposal: Instead of building walls and desks we build a central object on a shiny floor. The purpose was for the salesman to easily ask people to come near the object and present them the product of this internet company. Project done in collaboration with I29 interior architects.

Technical data and materials: Glossy hpl, painted mdf.
Surface: 100 m2.

Interior Design Churchilllaan
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: The total redesign of classical old Amsterdam house. New kitchen, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room plus an extension to the house.

Proposal: By breaking through 2 constructive walls a lot of light was introduced and a very large open space was created for living, work, kitchen and dining. Beautiful materials were used and by a very well thought of new floorplan even an ever desired walk-in-closet could be integrated.

Technical data and materials: White painted oak floor, walnutt veneer, ceasar stone, Surface before: 105 m2, after 130 m2

Interior Design Jan Steenstraat
Amsterdam, NL

Requested by client: A total redesign of this two story house due to the instalment of a new foundation. The house should reside a family with two children.

Proposal: A large open living room and kitchen connecting to the garden via a nice veranda. A bathroom was created on the top floor made out of seamless epoxy.

Technical data and materials: Limestone, leather, concrete, painted mdf, epoxy, glass-mosaic.

Big Bang
(2014)
119 x 119 x 23 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Collide, discover, create
(2014)
85 x 85 x 20 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Series of small works for Gallery Nine 25 year anniversary
(2014)
25 x 25 x 12,5 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Lightheaded
(2013)
126 x 126 x 22,5 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

An explosion of tubes
(2013)
74 x 41,5 x 25 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, cement

Good Being Round
(2013)
45 x 45 x 21,5 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Now things are getting solid
(2013)
44,5 x 44,5 x 22,7 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, cement

5 Easy Pieces
(2012)
28,6 x 28,6 x 26,8 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint

In Tubes I Trust
(2012)
44,5 x 44,5 x 22,7 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Non Symmetriacal Reflection
(2012)
28,6 x 28,6 x 26,8 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, mirror

A possibility of Transformation
(2012)
33,5 x 52,5 x 35 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, perspex

Blue Pusher
(2011)
Installation at Bonte Zwaan, Amsterdam
Installation, 4 x 7 meters, wire

This is not where I am
(2011)
Exhibition at Kunstlinie and Schouwburg Almere
Installation, 20 x 6 x 3 meters, wire, MDF

Exhibition Tricot, Winterswijk
(2011)
Installation 01, 14 x 3 meters, wire, mdf
Installation 02, 5 x 2,5 x 3 meters, wire, mirror-foil

-930, Amsterdam
(2010)
An installation in the belly of a boat 930 mm under water. The wires simulate a wave on one side and a straight line on the other.

About Nr 3
(2010)
93 x 33 x 12 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, acrylic paint

Architectural Cube
(2010)
27 x 27 x 25 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, acrylic paint

There are a lot of points in creating a Landscape
(2010)
40 x 40 x 40 centimeters, polyester wire, glass acrylic paint, MDF

Distances 1 through 8
(2010)
63 x 63 x 9 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, foamboard, acrylic paint

Equal Opposites
(2010)
33 x 33 x 33 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, glass, acrylic paint

Falling Composition
(2010)
40 x 40 x 20 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, glass, acrylic paint

Little Alice
(2010)
Installation at Loods 6, Amsterdam Installation, 7 x 2 meters, wire

Machine Sculpture 1
(2010)
40 x 40 x 40 centimeters, cotton wire, coper, blackboard paint, perspex, acrylic paint, MDF, mirror foil

Machine Sculpture 2
(2010)
40 x 40 x 20 centimeters, cotton wire, coper, blackboard paint, perspex, acrylic paint, MDF, mirror foil

Separation in a 2D Landscape
(2010)
25 x 25 x 25 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF acrylic paint

Slanting Columns
(2010)
17 x 100 x 17 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF perspex, acrylic paint

Slanting Composition
(2010)
66 x 66 x 9 centimeters, MDF, polyester wire, acrylic paint, glass

Proposal Installation City Archive Amsterdam
(2010)
A proposal for the Amsterdam City Archive.

Study in Transforming Ovals
(2010)
24 x 99 x 19 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF glass, acrylic paint

A Tube can go a long way
(2010)
20 x 100 x 20 centimeters, elastic wire, MDF, acrylic paint

Velvet Curve
(2010)
60 x 60 x 30 centimeters, polyester thread, glass, MDF, acrylic paint

Cubes 1 through 9
(2009)
66 x 66 x 9 centimeters, polyester wire, MDF, acrylic paint