We are Mick & Wout and have been
designing for almost ten years. Mick is a Master of Art graduated
from the University of Portsmouth, UK. Wout is a Bachelor graduated
from the Design Academy, Eindhoven and studied an extra year in
Bezalel Jerusalem. We touched different fields of design and
entrepreneurship. From film, video to theatre, interior, furniture
and graphical design. We even had an art gallery and owned an art
cafe. The focus of our new designs will be accessories for homes
and humans. The materials we are fascinated by at this moment are
Silver & Ceramics. Our main goal is to produce design that your
heirs would want.
Probably the most used object in a modern
household. Why not upgrade this useful yet ordinary device to the
next level. Our idea is to produce it in Sterling Silver and a high
quality crystal body.
Make it a house jewel, an object you can pass on from generation to
generation. Imagine the loss of plastic waist if every family would
have their own spray 2.0. Luxury used as a way to help the
In opposite to conventional bath tubs, this bath
tub is comfortable the moment you step into it. Its completely
coated with soft PU foam. As an extra feature the material can be
provided is a wide range of colours, patterns and textures. Relax
and dream away!
Working on their online label, Michel &
Gaultier, to be launched very soon. The first series will be
presented in December and will feature ceramics and jewellery. It
will be distributed through selected retail stores throughout
Europe as well as through a few online channels.
The Table of sound integrates music into your
home in a stylish way. We build in the speakers in to the table!
Connect virtually any device wireless, through the built-in dock or
with a regular mini jack connection. Pick a colour combination and
put on some music!
The people of Becks asked a buch of agencies to
predict the future andvisualise for there 2007 agenda. We predicted
a lot a news about Islam and the death of the Pope Johannes II. May
he rest in peace.
To meet the demands and problems of modern life,
a new way of living had to be created. In many large cities, there
is a shortage of accomodation, and because the traditional way of
building is not very flexible, a new, fast and effective concept
had to be created to solve this problem.
The modern tennant lives out of town and chooses mobility rather
than a fixed abode, and prefers a small, environmentally friendly
separate living space to terraced housing.