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Sander’s “Palazzo” @TALKIES MAN

Landschaps- en tuinarchitect Jan David Zocher kreeg in 1827 van de gemeente Utrecht de opdracht om aan de stadsbuitengracht een plan te ontwikkelen. Als resultaat hiervan een vijfhonderd meter lange rij van historische stadspanden, waaronder dit herenhuis uit 1840 langs de van Asch van Wijckskade.

Na bijna twee eeuwen kwam het in creatieve handen van interior designer en Cocoon Living founder Sander van Eyck, die er nu inmiddels al enkele jaren woont.

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Cocoon House taking part in GLUE Design Route

 During the 3-day GLUE Amsterdam Connected By Design route we will show you a well-balanced, strictly curated and sustainable collection of unique pieces of 20TH century design, art and furniture featuring ‘Cocoon Collectables’ by Sander van Eyck.
As guest exhibitors Cocoon House welcomes:
Van Besouw showing ‘Floor Jewels’ by designer Roelfien Vos,
contemporary art photography by Pam Kat,
visual artist Sander Reijgers showing his abstract, layered and colorful paintings.

You are warmly invited!

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Finished project by Sander van Eyck – COCOON LIVING

In the former port area of Westerdok in Amsterdam, Sander van Eyck (Cocoon Living) designed the interior of a 160m2 city apartment. For this eclectic interior, atmospheres were combined and contrasts highlighted, but surprisingly enough it comes all together in one beautiful whole. Vintage design items by Cocoon Collectables.

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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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