kien

Project for Kien, a new restaurant in the Baarsjes, Amsterdam. Inspired by the idea of locality and sustainability, the interior reflects the philosophy behind the restaurant incorporating natural paint, locally sourced furniture, sustainable lighting and taking inspiration from the colour pallet of the Dutch landscape. 

 

https://www.restaurantkien.nl/

https://www.parool.nl/ps/de-keuken-van-kien-brengt-juweeltjes-voort-8~b5a5bc1c/

https://www.dewestkrant.nl/laagdrempelig-losgaan-bij-kien-in-de-baarsjes/

with studio raaaf 

Fifteen hundred plaster bunkers for "beyond the Atlantic burden", pillows for the permanent installation of breaking habits in the Mondrian Funds and maquettes for de Deltawerk are a few highlights of the work with Studio RAAAF. 

https://www.raaaf.nl/nl/projects/1153_beyond_the_atlantic_burden

with studio aoma 

Mainly focused on hospitality, for studio AOMA projects included the award-winning Explorean Cozumel, Fiesta Americana Cozumel and Aqua Monterrey. 

https://www.aomaestudio.com/explorean-c1sy1

https://www.archdaily.mx/mx/764349/explorean-aoma

with studio ossidiana

Work for studio Ossidiana included a collaboration for the T magazine party during the Salone del Mobile 2019 inspired by their work for the Prix de Rome, which was exhibited during the event. 

 

http://www.studio-ossidiana.com/paper-gardens

with esrawe studio 

Tierra Garat speaks about coffee and its origin, the coffee fields and farms that transport us to a natural, honest, simple, and sophisticated Mexico; forged out of textures, the aroma of leather and earth, iron and knits of a “Coffee Brown” monochromatic Mexico. A place of memory and materiality, that brings us back to the roots, disclosing the untold story of Mexican coffee. 

https://esrawe.com/2018esrawe/en/interiors/3883-2/

https://www.dezeen.com/2017/04/23/faceted-clay-panels-form-tierra-garat-cafe-mexico-city-cafe-esrawe-cadena/

amstel.veen

Winning project for a city entrance for the municipality of Amstelveen in The Netherlands.  Amstel.Veen looks to bring back the heritage of the city as a peatland (het veen) and its connection to the river Amstel, which gives it its name. To make it visible as a way to welcome visitors and remind inhabitants of their history.