Design, Nienke Sybrandy, Wouter Nieuwendijk and Suzanne Vanoirschot

Nienke Sybrandy


I have to commend Dutch designer, Nienke Sybrandy, who created the original model of ASCII sun curtains. From a distance, the macro takes the shape of a tree. However, upon closer inspection, you can clearly see all the design is composed of hundreds of thousands of ASCII characters. Very dope, would eventually like to see her designs in color, perhaps on black. She also makes tea towels and handkerchiefs. She studied textile design at Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. Her designs are inspired by those basic items that are often taken for granted. Call it geek sheik, whatever… just don’t get to excited, I ordered them before you had a chance to.


Wouter Nieuwendijk and Suzanne Vanoirschot

Wouter and Suzanne van Oirschot collaborated to create these very special ‘2D-furniture’ collection, all amazing pieces! I am showing you the complete series. The 2D-Furniture pieces are made out of black MDF and are printed with a Formica Photo.


You can buy the 2D-Furniture collection in Amsterdam at Das Wella Warenahaus, but you can also contact them directly should you be interested, also check out Wouter’s and Suzanne’s websites to see more of their work… looking at their bios I noticed that both Suzanne and Wouter were interns at Piet Hein Eek’s studio during their student years… no doubt he has a great eye for talent… anyway, thought you wanted to see these before the weekend starts



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