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Projects

“Structures in Motion, Reflections, Transparencies and poly-chromatic projections” is the title of a installation using natural and artificial light, creating projections intro three different spaces…

By creating this blue Aura I wanted to make visible that the inhabitants of this building are free spirits and that their potential is only limited by the limits of their own imagination, just like anyone else….

The Murano Hotel is a great example of using a collection of international museum quality Art to create an outstanding environment and maximize the exposure of art to its visitors. Here is a public venue totally dedicated to Art in glass…

With this glass tower, made by Ton Janssen and placed on the remains of one of the original towers, I want to make visible how the decay of a building starts at its weakest spot…

With some personalized help, the occupants can live their lives with a great sense of freedom. This inspired me to use the image of a butterfly flying up in the sky.

The form is inspired by the ‘smallest’ visible creature in the food chain: algae. 54 prisms and two larger end-pieces in optical glass catch the sunshine falling in through the skylight and dispersing projections of spectral colors…

…I felt that this house with its mentally and physically disabled inhabitants could show it had a story to tell to the world around it…

The parasol is made of stainless steel, beautiful teak wood and of cause glass. The imagery in the bend glass sheets comes from coloring the lamination, creating a subtle pattern of cloudy cirkels…

On the first of February 2003 it was exactly 50 years since the tragedy of the terrible flood that hit Holland killing thousands of Dutch people and numerous cattle.

The director of DSM who visited me in my studio asked me to do a kind of double graal! Looking for a similar effect of colors and patterns…