Hella Jongerius

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Table “GRENOUILLE”, 2009 Walnut Wood And Blue Transparent Enamel © Fabrice GOUSSET courtesy galerie kreo
Table basse “tortue”, 2009 Resins Of Different Colors © Fabrice GOUSSET courtesy galerie kreo
Nymphenburg Sketches: Décor Flower, 2006 Porcelain 8 1/4in. (21cm) © Courtesy of Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg
Pyramid of Makkum, 2008 11 Individual Elements In Faïence; Cloth Straps; Metal Wall Bracket 55" Height © Moss
Softcupboard, 2006 Mixed Media 94" H X 65 3/4", 31 1/2" Depth © Moss
« Mini Swatch » Table Basse 8 Exemplaires + 2 E.A. + 2 Prototypes 40 Cm X 60 Cm X 47 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Kreo
Daylight, 2010 The Colored Balls Show How The Eyes Perceive A Color Differently At Various Times Of The Day Fimo Clay Approximately 4 Cm For Each Ball © Courtesy of SMART Project Space / Photo by Niels Vis
Glass Table © Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Kreo
Quick Facts

Designer Hella Jongerius (b. 1963, the Netherlands) graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven, the Netherlands, in 1993, and in that same year formed her own design company, JongeriusLab. She was a participant in the first, now-historic Droog Design exhibition, presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 1994. Several of her works from that collection, as well as more recent specially commissioned projects, are now included in the permanent collections of
leading international art museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and the Design Museum, London.

In addition to her collaboration with Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum, Jongerius has partnered with several important industrial partners over the past decade, including Maharam, USA; Vitra, Switzerland; Nymphenburg, Germany; Belux, Switzerland; and IKEA, Sweden. Since 1996, Ms. Jongerius has continued to collaborate with Moss on one-off and limited-edition projects.

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