New Duivendrecht launched its first line of products in Milan today with a diverse product range from 12 young Dutch designers. The newest manufacturer of contemporary furniture from the Netherlands, the brand was founded by Frederik Roijé and Victor le Noble and includes a mix of lighting, seating interior objects and flooring from Sjoerd Jonkers (whose Tapis Noues rug we profiled in last year's Milan coverage.)
Frederik Roijé, Dish of Desire
Sharing a space in Tortona, co-founder Frederik Roijé showcased a new collection of personal work. I loved the "Dish of Desire," a multi-course dining experience for our avian friends. Employing real plates tiered with cedarwood, the bird feeders created beautiful layers in the large cavernous space. Also of note are the organic sconces created in collaboration with Janne Kyttanen's Freedom of Creation. The 3D printed plastic lighting fixtures continue with the theme of a visual feast, reminding me of the gill-like underside of mushrooms.
New Duivendrecht and Frederik Roijé
Tortona Design District
via Novi 5, Milan
Through April 22nd
(See more products from New Duivendrecht after the jump)