DECEMBER CATCHES ON CROWDYHOUSE
Discover our fresh design catches from some of Europe’s most exciting designers.
Our selection of the month include:
- ARINA SPEAKER SUEDE cream by Muemma
- Pot Loft, copper by LoftYou
- BENJAMIN round magazine basket by Villahomecollection
- 3 X60° Black by Peter van den Ijssel
- Monday Dining Chair Razzle Dazzle by Fest Amsterdam
- CHRONEK cube concrete clock by Natural Born Design
- Bird walnut by DRAAJ
Designer Spotlight : DRAAJ – Fresh designer on CROWDYHOUSE
This monthly selection is also a great opportunity to introduce you to one of our brand new designers: DRAAJ. DRAAJ is an independent studio and workplace located in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The DRAAJ collection consists of handcrafted objects designed by the artist, wood turner and musician Karim Eharruyen. With loving devotion, he works on these objects in his atelier Houtzaagmolen De Ster, which happens to be an ancient saw mill. Karim does not consider himself as a creator, but rather a discoverer of existing forms and structures. He does not want to impose a specific meaning, but just passes on what the earth already offers. He invites you to play freely with the objects, feel the shapes, arrange them as you please. Give your own DRAAJ (twist) to them. Wood lives. Each piece has it’s own history, a story that is reflected in the growth rings, the grain and the knots. Like a human being, every wooden object therefore is unique. Karim nurtures these stories with compassion and let them flourish in his objects. He works exclusively with sustainable timber. With wood species that have grown up not too far away. If possible, he offers found wood a second life. Because recycling materials often have rich stories to tell. And recycling reduces the impact of the production process on nature. DRAAJ objects can be obtained, among other materials, in oak, maple, pear and walnut. Discover his store on CROWDYHOUSE.
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