Artist in Residence n.15
A new Loft calls for a new Artist in Residence. Find out what ceramic designer Ekaterina Semenova brought to The Loft for this latest edition.
Miss Bare
Meet Miss Bare - she welcomes you to a warm and grounded interior, full of soft colours, natural materials and hints of travels to far-flung places.
Annemieke Boots Ceramics
Working with clay takes time, endless care and attention; Annemieke Boots understands this like no other and creates intuitive ceramics with a soft touch.
Axel Vervoordt
Axel Vervoordt is without doubt the tastemaker of his time. But the antiques collector and interior designer encompasses a whole philosophy.
Miss Bare
Meet Miss Bare - she welcomes you to a warm and grounded interior, full of soft colours, natural materials and hints of travels to far-flung places.
Workstead
Taking cues from the past while living in the present, Workstead offers a holistic approach to design in every single object or interior.
Table Tube by Heerenhuis
Oak is one of the strongest woods and these slabs make a sturdy table on a graphical dark metal frame.

 1.650,00 1.900,00

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Keim
Mineral paint is nothing new, but the vibrant colours by Keim easily combine a rich history with a modern and completely natural finish.
WDSTCK
WDSTCK is collective of dreamers and makers. Their gallery is set in the middle of the forest and full of unique products and artefacts.
Openhouse Magazine
Barcelona-based Openhouse Magazine is a platform that showcases all sorts of home-based creative ventures.
Delight Yoga Prinseneiland
Between the historical warehouses at the Prinseneiland, there’s a dock overlooking the canals that serves as the fifth location of Delight Yoga.
Mr. Benjamin
Meet Mr. Benjamin a true dandy with an exquisite taste and an appreciation for quality over quantity.
Oswalds Mill Audio
This story starts with a place, rather than a product. An old abandoned mill in the woods of Pennsylvania, where Jonathan Weiss started playing with old sound systems.
Apparatus
Apparatus Studio combines natural materials and a warm modernist approach in their awe-inspiring lighting, furniture and art objects.
Lampe Gras N°222
Bernard-Albin Gras was one of the most innovative designers of the 20th century. He designed the Lampe Gras in 1921.

 370,00

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