TUBE TABLE AT DDW 2017 'LINOLEUM, A DIFFERENT DIMENSION'
The Tube Table, designed by Jesse Visser for Brothers and Sons, was present at the presentation of
Forbo at the Kazerne, during the Dutch Design Week 2017.
photography Studio de Winter
styling Thomas Eurlings
SALONE DEL MOBILE 2017 'ELEGANT & STURDY' BY BROTHERS AND SONS
Please have a look at our Elegant & Sturdy presentation. By playing with colour and material we demonstrate that all sorts of forms and guises can be created with the complete collection of Brothers and Sons, designed by Geke Lensink and Jesse Visser.
At the same location will also be present Forbo, Extremis and Alex de Witte.
We look forward to welcoming you at Via Savona 35 in Milan, from 4-9 April.
Opening Times 4 - 8 April | 10.00 - 20.00 9 April | 10.00 - 17.00
BROTHERS AND SONS AT DESIGN DISTRICT 2016
After London, Brothers and Sons, is launched in The Netherlands during Design District in June.
Besides the ne name and logo we introduced a new wooden base we designed for the L.A.F.
BROTHERS AND SONS AT CLERKENWELL DESIGN WEEK, LONDON, 2016
We are very proud to announce the presentation of Brothers and Sons, formerly eQ+, at the Clerkenwell designweek in London. Besides a glimp of the brand new identity of Brothers and Sons we will show the highlights of the collection. Like the awarded Alumni chair and the new colors of the L.A.F. chair.
Stand Number: PR1 Project: Garden of St James, St James Walk, EC1R 0EA Opening hours: 10:00-21:00 every day during CDW
Harold will visit the Palazzo Francesco Turati! The breathtaking antique salons of Palazzo Francesco Turati will host a presentation where the creations of over 125 Dutch designers dialogue with exquisite Dutch Golden Age paintings. Masterly is here to show how the extant Dutch scene has successfully transferred handcraft techniques from its past tradition to contemporary design.
Masterly – The Dutch in Milano,
Palazzo Francesco Turati Via Meravigli 7 20123 Milan
Opening time Daily 11.00 – 20.00. 12 April till 17.30,13 April till 22.00
JESSE VISSER JOINS D AGENCY
D agency is the first agency for industrial designers in The Netherlands. It is an initiative of Guus van Maarschalkerweerd of Design Connector and designers Geke Lensink and Thomas Eurlings. D agency serves as the point of contact for clients who want to work with a Dutch designer. The agency will unburden both the client and the designer, by negotiating and fix the agreements. That way designers can focus on what they are good at, the creative process. Designers that are connected to D agency at the moment are: Roderick Vos, Mieke Meijer, Friso Dijkstra, Thomas Eurlings, Geke Lensink and Jesse Visser. View their profile and all information on
24 to 27 September 2015 Super Brands, stand S68, Old Truman Brewery, Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR
With its presentation of the Alumni Collection in London, Dutch design label eQ+ is poised to conquer the international interiors market. Visitors of Salone del Mobile in Milan responded enthusiastically to the collection of facetted aluminium bucket seats, with multiple coatings and bases in various materials. Recently, the collection won first prize in the Best Product category at the Dutch Design District trade show. From 24 to 27 September, the Alumni Collection will feature prominently at Super Brands, one of the most important locations of the London Design Festival.
INTERVIEW BY CONNECTING THE DOTS
Text Annemiek van Grondel
Read the online interview with eQ+ that Connecting the Dots held with Jasper Broeders, Geke Lensink and Jesse Visser at thedots.nl
WINNER 'BEST PRODUCT'
June 5, 2015
We are very proud that the Alumni chair is chosen for 'best product' at the fair during Design District 2015. The Alumni collection will be in production very soon.
The Alumni collection is designed by Jesse Visser and Geke Lensink for eQ+
April 14/19 th
eQ+ / Forbo Flooring, Geke Lensink and Jesse Visser
In the characteristic and charming Brera district in Milan, eQ+ and Forbo Flooring, in cooperation with Jesse Visser and Geke Lensink, have created a fine presentation of international stature. In a pleasing spaces totaling some 110m2, a variation of interesting settings are being presented merging the exhibits in a surprising way.
Via del Carmine 11, Milan
Februari / March 2015
The Harold cabinet was selected for the Trend Forum exhibition by Lidewij Edelkoort for ZOW fair.
The exhibition in Germany and Instanbul was a great success.
Februari 2015, Koln
Bureau Europa, Dutch Design Exchange and the Institute of Relevant Studies cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition DOMESTIC AFFAIRS on Monday January 19th, 2015 at 19.00.
In this exhibition, we try to understand contemporary condi- tions of our time and their impact on the interior. DOMESTIC AFFAIRS explores the house as an interface to our social, economic, and political lives. We see this exhibition as an opportunity to hear new voices in Dutch Design.
photography Peter van Casteren
'LOW MOTION' at DDW
LOW MOTION in reprise
Product and interior designers Jesse Visser, Thomas Eurlings, Geke Lensink and fashion label YOUASME MEASYOU (Mark van Vorstenbosch & Twan Janssen) presented their work together in one shared installation. Low Motion was succesfully presented during Fuorisalone Milano 2014 and is now part of the exhibition OPEN MIND at the Kazerne in Endhoven.
The exhibition OPEN MIND is from October 1 2014 to January 4 2015. During the Dutch Design Week the Kazerne is open to all public.
"What unites us is the aspiration to make products that transcend time and become part of your life. This requiresquality in design, responsible choices of materials and production and a clear and personalsignature. LOW MOTION aims to fuse conviction, emotion and design."
“Imagine a dimly lit space where occasionally dropped light effects and abstract movies beamed on the walls will accidentally and indirectly draw attention to all the different objects and elements placed in the space. An ambient sound score emphasizes these cinematic sensations and the silence in between: LOW MOTION.”
Beyond ‘Dutch Design’, yet undeniably rooted in Dutch cultural heritage these designers all share clearly recognizable characteristics; at first sober and simple in appearance their designs reveal themselves as expressive in their use of materials and clever functionality.
Everyone’s pragmatic approach has it’s own individual poetic side which will be highlighted during this collective show.
photography Ruud Balk
eQ+ at Kazerne Eindhoven
During the Dutch Design Week eQ+ presents several designs by Geke Lensink and Jesse Visser at the Kazerne.
King Arthur is a new take on the medieval chandelier. A meticulous lighting fixture made from beautiful matte anodized aluminum. King Arthur is available in two sizes, 60 and 90 cm, both suspended with a firm black rope.
'LOW MOTION' press release, Salone del Mobile 2014
Product and interior designers Jesse Visser, Thomas Eurlings, Geke Lensink and fashionlabel YOUASME MEASYOU (Mark van Vorstenbos & Twan Janssen) will present their work together during Fuorisalone Milano 2014 in one shared installation.
“Imagine a dimly lit space where occasionally dropped light effects and abstract movies beamed on the walls will accidentally and indirectly draw attention to all the different objects and elements placed in the space. An ambient sound score emphasizes these cinematic sensations and the silence inbetween: LOW MOTION.”
Beyond ‘Dutch Design’, yet undeniably rooted in Dutch cultural heritage these designers all share clearly recognizable characteristics; at first sober and simple in appearance their designs reveal themselves as expressive in their use of materials and clever functionality. Everyone’s pragmatic approach has it’s own individual poetic side which will be highlighted during this collective show.
In this way we aim to create a safe haven during all the hectic and busy hysteria that’s going on outside during this week, a place where you can retire and sense.
Special thanks: RCHD | Rachid Naas.
Mo April 7 press preview 12.00 – 17.00 Tue April 8 – Sunday April 13 Opening hours: 10:00–18:00 Location: SPAZIOCORSOCOMO9 Corso Como 9, Milano - cortile interno / inner courtyard.
In Milan DUM will launch BEECH CONNECT, a super flexible affordable table system based on the sturdy three legged BEECH trestles. DUM is delighted to introduce KING ARTHUR, SHIFT and PLEAT55L. SHIFT is a lamp influenced by contemporary architecture. KING ARTHUR is a new take on the medieval chandelier, designed by the talented external designer Jesse Visser and PLEAT 55L is the latest addition to the highly successful PLEAT lighting range. UNKLE+ is the latest version of the classic easy chair; newly engineered, better priced and available in any desired width.
DUTCH AT SAVONA 33, Via Savona 33 [Zona Tortona], Milan, 8-12 April, 10-20hrs, 13 April, 10-18hrs. Alongside DUM the following Dutch brands and designers are present at the location: New Duivendrecht, Frederik Roijé and Quodes. In the same street you can also find Studio Job and Moooi.
Under the title ‘DUTCH DESIGN 2014’, Dutch Design Desk (DDD), in collaboration with the Dutch Consulate Cologne and the Chamber of Crafts Cologne, will present sixteen designers on PASSAGEN 2014 from January 13th to 19th, 2014. The exhibition shows the latest work of designers Alexander Pelikan, Chris Slutter, Dave Keune, Dumoffice, Fabian Von Spreckelsen, Geke Lensink, Kaspar Hamacher, Kranen/Gille, Kees Marcelis, Jeroen Wand, Jacco Bregonje, Jesse Visser, Maurer United, Maurice Mentjens, Mieke Meijer and Roel Huisman.
This second exhibition in the new gallery of Workshop of Wonders in the Domstraat is about Dutch materialism.
It features the Dutch designers Geke Lensink, Jesse Visser (including their joint work for the eQ+ label) and Marc van Nederpelt and Wiebe Boonstra with their DUM collection. Different types of materials, their finishes and production techniques play a central role in the creation of these innovative contemporary furniture and lighting designs.
This year eQ+ set foot on il Salone del Mobile, located at Zona Tortona. With a complete wide collection of typical eQ+ products, we were ready for take off! But nevertheless we weren't prepaired for the enormous positive (international) responses!