The Room On The Roof is located in the tower of the historic building on Dam square, a unique spot in the historic heart of the city. Together with the Rijksmuseum, de Bijenkorf has invited national and international artists to work on their projects in the studio, ranging from performances, poetry, product design and light
“Your router works better when it’s out in the open, so we partnered with artists, designers, and makers to see what they could do
Brian Thoreen is a los angeles based designer who creates furniture, architectural installations and unique design objects.
The Narciso Rodriguez Resort collection 2016 represents the culmination of modern simplicity with classic style.
The Volvo estate is a motoring icon. But with the new V90, it’s more beautiful than ever. Versatility, space and elegance. This is the pinnacle of the modern luxury estate that doesn’t just compete with it’s German rivals; it defeats them.
Domingos Totóra uses cardboard to create objects which effotlessly combine artistic aesthetics and common functionality. These bold structures are inspired by the mountains which surround his home city, Maria da Fe, in the Minas Gerias region, Brazil. View more on his website
Currently based in Berlin, U.S. born Winston Chmielinski continues his collection of psychedelic oil paintings.
Celebrated Chinese artist Ai Weiwei partnered up with Elisabetta Cipriani to present ‘Rebar in Gold’
Paul Rand is well renowned for his extensive and wide ranging contribution to the field of Graphics. Over the course of his career he designed a variety of posters, including marketing for corporations, motion pictures, museums and universities. View more on his website
Danish homeware brand Lyngby Porcelain has put back into production a 1978 blown-glass lamp design by Dutch designer Gijs Bakker. Bakker’s Tripod light is comprised of a single piece of clear mouth-blown glass, shaped like an elongated dome. Purchase from Lyngby Porcelain
William O’Brien Jr and his team at WOJR built this minimal A-frame house in the middle of a forest in the USA.
Swiss luxury watch brand Tag Heuer’s most iconic timepiece gets reworked by Japanese design firm Nendo.