about the collection

Experimentation is the key to innovation. This is the driving factor for envisions that lets process be its defining factor. Emphasising the team’s efforts above the individual, the group’s ideology encourages its members to have unhindered creativity, without the presumed restrictions and predicted complications which can limit a product from being realised before it has a chance to grow.

In this sequel to products in process – part 1, the envisionaires continued the research they commenced in their debut exhibition. Diving further in the uncovered possibilities of foam connections (Sanne Schuurman), thoroughly exploring alternative materialities of concrete (Iwan Pol) or create three-dimensional shapes out of the two-dimensional, printed meshes (Studio Plott) the exploratory researches are leaning closer towards applications.

A showcase of experimental material samples and preliminary prototypes, products in process – part 2 continues to promote the relevance of design produced with an experimental approach and multidisciplinary cooperation. Resembling a conceptual breeding ground, the assemblage of works aims to function as an industry-inspiring laboratory.

 

Adrianus Kundert
transaddles

Aukje Fleur Janssen
composed surfaces

Elvis Wesley
my grandmother’s wallpaper

Iwan Pol
happy concrete

Jeroen van de Gruiter
tactile gestures

Robin Pleun Maas
structured textiles

Roel Deden
parallel universe

Sanne Schuurman
foam structures

Simone Post
colour control

Studio Plott
oyop