Joost van Bleiswijk Collections No Glue No Screw Series
Joost van Bleiswijk was birthed in Delft and finished from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2011. Ever since, he's mainly working on his very own collections in which the 'no adhesive no screw' series have actually ended up being a bulk. Each year 'no glue no screw' comes to be a lot more difficult, architectural and intriguing.Joost's works and collections are displayed and offered worldwide at galleries and galleries consisting of Moss Gallery in New york city, Galerie Vivid in Rotterdam, Design Museum Holon in Israel and the Zuiderzee Museum in The Netherlands.Joost concerning his collections; "I find it fascinating to deal with construction techniques to produce methods that work as conviction for my designs. I make modern models of forgotten items such as the grandfather clock, hourglass, goblet and chessboard. I pull inspiration from the past and research centuries of gadget layout to discover archetypes and conclusions of forms that lie in past. It's not simply the design of design I locate very important however the things itself; I decide on things that tell a story.".Aside from his own work, Joost layouts for firms such as Ahrend, Bernhardt, Bruut Furniture, City of Eindhoven, Design Connection, Lebesque and Secondome to name a few. His items are provided in international publications such as The Nyc Age, Wallpaper, Style, Elle Design and The Financial Times.Construction Lamps.The lights are influenced by steel manufacturing plant buildings, electric power poles and useful aspects.This collection, like various other styles from Joost, stem from his inventiveness and curiosity integrated with specialist abilities and commercial tools.Once in a while of the 52nd version of the Salone del Mobile, Joost van Bleiswijk launched his brand-new Construction Lamps collection for the popular Dutch layout tag Moooi.The Construction Lamps were presented at Moooi's Milan event: locate your way home to Moooi's" unanticipated welcome".Scratch Table.2 brand-new collections; alike yet totally various ... In 2010, Joost scraped away normal 'Delft Blue glazed drawing' in the development of his Poor Man's Gold task for the Zuiderzee museum. This procedure led to the outcome of a brand-new pattern, which he qualified 'Blemish' and which was utilized first on ceramic plates for the gallery commission.Joost established the scraping idea into two new collections with the Scratch design. One is a collection of first class table linen woven by the Dutch TextielMuseum. The various other is a generated collection of classical furnishings on which the pattern is applied through a process where the lacquer of the furnishings is damaged away.Collage Tablelamp.The collage series are motivated by intuitive scribbles Joost made throughout sleepless nights. These collages are special items organized with blended materials like wood and metal, lacquered in one shade and hand decorated by Joost.During his lots of sleep deprived nights, Joost found himself scribbling little illustrations numerous hrs. In this very individual and instinctive collection, Joost develops items from numerous materials, like ready-mades, device parts, and hand crafted items, which he puts with each other as collages. These collages are lacquered in one colour and hand decorated by Joost, during his long, lengthy evenings.Each piece comes to be an individual record of time, and tells the story of 'how an imaginative thoughts turned the tables on his problem.