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Exhibition HOMO FABER, creativity and craftsmanship

Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship has invited WANDSCHAPPEN to be part of the major show HOMO FABER in San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice. The show is titled: “Crafting a more human future” and will take place from 14 – 30 september 2018 during the 16th Architecture Biennalle Venice. Eight European curators have selected a …
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Vitra presents the Alocasia in Vitra Haus

After the Salone del Mobile the Alocasia S, color 18, is shown at Vitra Haus, Weil am Rhein. The collaboration with Vitra has started in 2016 when WANDSCHAPPEN was invited by by the Paris designer India Mahdavi to design the Edelweiß collection for the show Alice’s Wonderland in Vitra Haus. Since then WANDSCHAPPEN has received …
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Presentation of the artwork “Folly of Trash”

On sunday june the 10th 2018 Kaboul Vermijs, Cultuurscout Charlois, has revealed the artwork “Folly of Trash” in Studio WANDSCHAPPEN. From june 2 till 10, during Charlois Speciaal 2018,  a group of 30 crafts women from the neighborhoods of Charlois have worked together with Nicole, Ivo and Perla on the design and production of the …
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Interview WANDSCHAPPEN

For the national newspaper Financiëel Dagblad Elsbeth Grievink has interviewed WANDSCHAPPEN about their work. In the special weekly Magazine FD Persoonlijk she wrote about the symbioses between art and design in the practice of WANDSCHAPPEN. The interview is accompanied by a beautiful portrait of photo studio No Candy.  https://fd.nl/cookiewall?target=%2Fpersoonlijk  

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Here and There, Bangkok Design Week

WANDSCHAPPEN will be part of the group of Dutch studio’s invited by the curators team of Bora Hong and Lidia Vajda to be part of the project -Here and There- for Bangkok Design Week 2018. From january 16 th till february 4 th WANDSCHAPPEN will work on the project Crafts Tour to develop textile sculptures …
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