THE HOUSE OF WDSTCK_

Since March 2017  the House of Wdstck is open by appointment. You are welcome to visit by appointment to see our collection, to get inspired and drink a coffee.

MEET MISS BARE_

We were delighted to participate in the fourth edition of The Loft  ‘Meet Miss Bare’ in Amsterdam by Floris Koch.

 

RESTAURANT C_

‘C’ stands for Celsius, referring to the difference in flavor and texture of the ingredients when prepared at a certain degree. The interior concept co-designed by Studio Noun emphasizes ‘C’s’ culinary concept. The bar is surrounded with Memento Barstoolsand illuminated by series of Bellamps designed by Akko Goldenbeld.

COEN BUILDING_

The new headquarters of TMC in the Coen building, Amsterdam is designed by Doen architects. The stylish corporate design fits amazingly well with the memento chair.

WORKSPACE_

For a creative frontrunners in IT business, we developed the Memento Barstool in deep purple to match the inspiring workspace designed by Studio Noun.

THE SHELTER_

Located on a picturesque island in Loosdrecht, WDSTCK built a beach house made of acacia wood and a straw roof. For the architect, Wim Verzantvoort, it’s all about the bigger picture. He approaches the world as a blank canvas though which he has the honor to redefine parts of its space little by little. In that sense plants, trees, shrubs and materials are his color palette. Sometimes a painting brush is smooth and sleek with a fixed result, full of immense organically shaped boxwood clouds and abstract trimlines in a park of wild plants. Other times the brush is old and worn and he transforms a sterile space into an untamed mystical forest that looks like it has evolved throughout the years.

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ALTAR CONFERENCE_

For ARHK architects, WDSTCK tailor-made the Altar table to be part of the new head-office of one of the most influencing dance producers in the world.

BORDERLINE PROJECTS_

 

From cultivating to sourcing and transportation. Economic considerations dominate the way we approach nature and its forms. This straightforward idea is in great contrast to the uncontrollable and asymmetrical shapes, nature creates itself. The Borderline project arose from a search for balance between the rectilinear and flowing. It all started with the Proud Outsider outdoor couch, as a statement in a clean cut cityscape. Which naturally resulted in a stream of designs on an increasing scale.