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Created by strong opposite forces, each playing a role in controlling their outcome, the Opposites start to grow and take various forms, depending on external parasite like elements which restrict the growth. Like living organisms, they transform, twist, spread, to finally be divided into separate objects....

Series of one-off vessels made from bio-degradable granules. By imposing physical restrictions on a flexible mould, the character of each object comes to life during the production process. Handmade Industrials aims to create objects originated from the symbioses between contemporary materials, innovative processes and human...

The Sculpt series consist of various unique vessels, lights and sculptural objects which are conceived by the use of a flexible mold and bio-degradable granules. The series is part of the ongoing Make&Mold project based on a patented single wall molding technique. The flexible technique enables...

The Silhouettes inhabit functions which can be found in landscapes dating back to before the first men who gave them a function and a new meaning. In other words, the core of the concept is about elevated objects that serve as a seat and gathering...

The Happy Misfits were inspired by bodybuilders’ ability to shape their body. HandMade Industrials developed a flexible molding system using a balloon and polystyrene pearls. Applying restrictions to the mass enables him to sculpt and form each Happy Misfit individually as a unique handmade object. The...

The Make&Mold RYB collection is a series of unique hand sculpted vessels and vases made with a flexible mold and bio-degradable polymers, an instant craft like production technique which creates wonky and colorful objects. By using various blends of red, yellow and blue pigments powerful...

The idea for the Make&Mold (furniture) series started with the desire to reclaim industrial mould processes for thermoplastics. Working as an autonomous designer creating their own techniques and processes, Rutger de Regt & Marlies van Putten are not restricted by industrial standards, only by the...

Derived from creating shape within a volume. Marlies van Putten's concept ‘Sous les Pavés, La Plage’ was the spark that started the collaboration between Rutger de Regt and Marlies van Putten. The search for freedom within the restrictions of the volume led to a experimental casting...

The color scheme of the bronze vessels was inspired by Pointillism, that relies on the ability of the eye and the mind of the viewer to blend the color spots into a fuller range of tones. The possibility to individually color the granules, triggered us...