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Designer Linde Freya

“RIPPLE” trash bin

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Description

Made from a single piece of aluminum, designer Linde Freya’s “Ripple” trash bin has an organic, almost human character despite it’s crisp metallic surface. The intriguing texture was created by hammering the outside of a carved mould, which produces an effect reminiscent of a rippling watery surface.

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Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

30 cm. x 30 cm. x 50 cm.

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Production Year

2014

Weight (kg)

1

Design destination: Brussels

Additional information

Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

30 cm. x 30 cm. x 50 cm.

Exclusivity

Production Year

2014

Weight (kg)

1

The designer

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Linde Freya
Product and material designer Linde Freya Tangelder (6-10-1987) is born in The Netherlands, and raised with Brazilian-Dutch background. By this, her interest for materiality and wealth in cultural objects became alive. After her study at the Design Academy Eindhoven and work experiences at the Campana Brothers in São Paulo and Studio Unfold in Antwerp, she started her designstudio Destroyers/Builders in 2015. With her focus on materiality and sensibility she strives for sensory relevance and cultural value in detail and in bigger scale. She opens the traditional usage and knows how to bring daily objects closer to our senses. The studio takes on projects that range from commissions from cultural institutions to private projects, and extends across the realms of both product and interior design. In all of its work, whether residential or cultural, the studio focuses on tactility and materiality, engaging and exploring the sensory way humans process the world.
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Elien Haentjens
Elien Haentjens is the Adorno curator of design destination Brussels. “RIPPLE” trash bin by Linde Freya is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Brussels. As a local and recognized design expert Elien Haentjens's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Linde Freya is a safe investment in the most important design from Brussels right now.

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