Extended cigar box wardrobe

by Studio Wieki Somers

€ 7500,00

* € 6198,35 outside the EU

Wieki Somers and Dylan van den Berg here play with the ideas of proportion and imagination. They have stretched a cigar box to the size of a wardrobe, including the hinges, locks and even the sealing paper along the edges.


Year: 2001
Brand: Droog
Material: hinges , laser imprint , okoumé plywood , sealing paper
Product Size: 70 x 30 x 201 cm
Package Size: 10 x 12 x 12 cm
Package Weight: 0.43 kg
Edition: 5

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Studio Wieki Somers

Studio Wieki Somers
Wieki Somers (1976) and Dylan van den Berg (1971) work together under the name Studio Wieki Somers. Following their studies at the Design Academy in Eindhoven they set up their practice in Schiedam and Rotterdam. They undertake commissions for international companies, museums and galleries such as Galerie Kreo in Paris. They design for manufacture and for small-scale artisanal production and at a variety of scales, for interiors and public spaces.

Studio Wieki Somers’ work can be described as a subtle interplay of imaginative content and sophisticated use of materials; intuition is combined with the ability to pose unusual questions. Daily objects are turned into an aesthetic (sometimes emotional) experience. The balance between reason and intuition lends their work a poetic resonance, while also leaving room for future users to exercise their own imagination. Products that have garnered considerable international attention include Bath Boat, High Tea Pot, Blossoms, Bellflower and Merry-go-round Coatrack. Works by Studio Wieki Somers are included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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