Jeroen Wand is a Dutch Designer who experiments with materials in a raw and new way. His works are pure and have an innovative look and feel. His furniture designs are like a piece of art. He also designs smaller objects like this tray.
Seemingly useless pieces of leftover veneer are pressed together to form a beautiful composition. A labor-intensive process that leads to an elegant visual language with some rough edges.
The manual process allows for more freedom in arranging the individual parts of veneer, where each has a different color and structure. The small pieces of veneer from different wood types such as oak, birch, spine and wenge are now part of an intricate composition.
|JEROEN WAND (1985) studied product design at the Academy of fine Arts and Design in Maastricht (NL), in 2008 he graduated with an MA at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam (NL). Currently, Jeroen Wand lives and works in Eindhoven.
Studio Jeroen Wand creates products and objects where traditional combinations of materials and techniques are modified, altered or reinvented, culminating into unconventional production processes such as paper laminating or plaster rotation moulding.
The work of the studio is the result of experiments and research where the method of production directly influences the form and function.
h 5 x w 58 x d 37,5 cm
Two different pieces available.
If you are interested in this work, please send an email to [email protected] or call +31206253738 or +31651382202.