For a radically modern private residence in Leeuwarden two very different art pieces were created. On the stark concrete background the blue indigo piece is felted in a rhythm of small waves in a variation of natural fibres. In contrast the dark brown woolly cloth seems a natural hide but actually uses the eaborate quality of the hairy yarn of the Drenth Heath sheep to the full.
Situated in a restored conservatory in Priona Gardens, the floral piece ‘Priona Blossom’ echoes the ‘wild but tight’ philosophy of garden design that was pioneered here in 1978 by Henk Gerritsen.
The Natlab is well known as the former Research & Development Laboratory of Philips Company in Eindhoven.
The theme ‘research’ formed the basis for the series of 3 wall coverings in this multipurpose meeting room.