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Cocoon House is taking part in GLUE Amsterdam Design Route

Glue Amsterdam

GLUE Amsterdam connected by design is a three-day design route of the Amsterdam designers, architects, brands, showrooms, galleries, academies and other colleagues. GLUE connects all locations and provides a substantive and attractive program for colleagues and the public.

Cocoon House is proudly taking part in GLUE Amsterdam Design Route 2020.

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Painter Sander Reijgers at the GLUE Amsterdam Design Route 2020

Sander Reijgers is fascinated by the material and the act. Unstirred, he applies the layers of paint and is only limited by time (the paint has to dry interim) and by the shape the paint takes. Reijgers patiently follows this process and is almost subject to his own work. Painter Sander Reijgers will exhibit his work at GLUE Amsterdam at Cocoon House.

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Alexandra Izeboud shows her work at GLUE Design Route in Cocoon House

Alexandra Izeboud

Product designer Alexandra Izeboud has a fascination for the aesthetic and technical properties of materials. The materials that are used, work together in ultra minimalistic designs that are functional, but also allow for the imagination to run wild. During GLUE, she presents her minimalistic OFFSET bookcase and the SUNLIGHT, an interactive lighting object that recreates the versatile character of actual sunlight. Designs that are made for the attentive and curious mind.  

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Cocoon Living inspiration trip to Paris

On Monday it finally was time, the Cocoon Living team travelled to Maison&Object in Paris. The purpose of this trip was to view inspiration, ideas and the viewing newest trends in interior and design. Also our search for specific furniture for our projects has also been successful.

We visited several of or fixed suppliers on the fair. One tendency we were confirmed in was that the seventies Rule!  All goes back to the seventies., fashion, hair, interior, colour schemes, flower arrangements, it feels like its been long since a trend was so clearly visible and mind changing as now. Curvy shapes and bouclé fabrics. Graphic patterns and bright colours!  Also a huge confirmation of the direction with the style of the Cocoon collectables web shop, and the design of several current projects.

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Typical Space Age design by ‘t Spectrum

Just in, a complete three-part set of the BZ28/29 by Gerd Lange for ‘t Spectrum, 1970. This typical Space Age design by ‘t Spectrum in the 1970s is in good vintage condition. One rarely finds these pieces in such condition with the original moulded plastic armrests. This set has its original white velvet upholstery, to keep is as original as possible. The curved and bulky shapes specify the space age era.

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