De Boer Residence, Broek in Waterland, 2014
This former farmhouse was entirely redesigned by its owners. They have created a unique, light living space and complemented it with several pieces from our collection; not only great-looking pieces, but definitely also great in size. The Elephant in the living room for instance, could definitely be categorized as a statement piece. It fuses perfectly with the exposed wooden poles that are part of the original skeleton of the house.
This grey, mushroom shaped lamp, ‘The Elephant’, used to illuminate the German railway tracks. It has been attached to a robust socket of Azobé wood.
In the bathroom we installed two of our largest ‘beasts’; The Crocodile and the Rhino. As these two are such bold fixtures, placing them together in one small room would be a bit much in most cases. In this bathroom however, the two beasts merge together with the space so fluidly, they simply belong there together.
Items used in this project