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Posts tagged as 'Scholten & Baijings'

Thu 10.9.

Material Tendencies: Scholten & Baijings

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.09.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

Carole Baijings and Stefan Scholten, photo: © Architonic

Carole Baijings and Stefan Scholten, photo: © Architonic

The works of Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings embody the distinctive identity the couple is known for: colour, gradual hues, transparency, layers and geometric patterns and grids, yet with a very gentle and delicate appearance. Architonic caught up with Scholten & Baijings to talk about materials and their passion for ceramics.


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Sun 6.7.

Over The Rainbow Exhibition by Scholten & Baijings (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.07.2014 - Tagged as:

‘Solid Patterns’ marble tables by Scholten & Baijings for Luce Di Carrara

‘Solid Patterns’ marble table by Scholten & Baijings for Luce Di Carrara

For the 2014 edition of the Design Parade International Design Festival at Villa Noailles, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings has custom designed an exhibition of their works.



Thu 17.10.

Colour Installation by Scholten & Baijings (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.10.2013 - Tagged as:

Colour Installation by Scholten & Baijings

Colour Installation by Scholten & Baijings

Designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings are master colorists, as exemplified by a significant portfolio of work amassed in over a decade of collaboration. Having defined a distinctive career path in the contemporary field of design while borrowing from their Dutch heritage, the pair take a disciplined approach of combining craft practices with industrial processes to create output that speaks to the time in which it is made. With an acute expertise in manipulating color, they take an interest in material innovation and are also adroit at paring their work down to essential forms.



'Shift' sideboard by design duo Scholten & Baijings for Pastoe

The Dutch manufacturer Pastoe has launched this new ‘Shift’ sideboard developed by the design duo Scholten & Baijings at this year’s Design Post at imm cologne. The overlapping sliding doors of the cabinet create an interesting effect, due to the varied gradient of the colours of the semitransparent acrylate.



Thu 27.1.

Scholten & Baijings for HAY (DK)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 27.01.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

Bed linen by Scholten & Baijings with the designer's typical pattern for HAY

The Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings realised a new collection of home textiles for the Danish manufacturer HAY. The first items, bed linen, tea towels and two series of carpets were presented at this year’s Maison & Object for the first time.


'Yellow light' for Established & Sons by Scholten & Baijings

The Dutch studio Scholten & Baijings, founded in 2000 by graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven Stefan Scholten and autodidact Carole Baijings, presented various new products within different exhibitions during this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan. Amongst them a series of pendant lights and a cabinet for the British manufacturer Established & Sons.

'Amsterdam' cabinet for Established & Sons

The ‘Amsterdam’ cabinet refers to a series of chests designed in the 1600–1700s Scholten & Baijings discovered while researching at Zuiderzee Museum after they were invited to design a collection that referenced pieces from the museum’s archive.

“It turns out when it was winter and farmers or fishermen couldn’t work, they would start painting their furniture with things from their surroundings, or collections that represented their status,” Scholten explains.

The façade of Amsterdam Armoir is decorated with their trademark grids, but open the doors and you are faced with six beautiful still-life photographs of the couple’s work: “We don’t have wealth money-wise— our wealth is in our work”, says Scholten. “So we decorated our cabinets with this.”

'Amsterdam' cabinet for Established & Sons

'Amsterdam' cabinet for Established & Sons

“In the Total Table Design project Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings present their vision for the art of dining. Royal Leerdam Crystal (glassware), Koninklijke Van Kempen & Begeer (cutlery) and the Audax Textile Museum Tilburg (table linen) joined forces to produce prototypes of their designs.

Scholten & Baijings realized the prototypes of their crockery at the European Ceramic Workcentre (EKWC) in Den Bosch.”

'Total Table' by Scholten & Baijings, exhibited at Lambrate

'Total Table' by Scholten & Baijings, photo by Scheltens & Abbenes

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