Cycling Cinema organiseert nu Elke tweede vrijdag van de maand bij TAC Eindhoven een gratis filmavond! Check Cycling Cinema op Facebook.
Bij bioscopen kijkt u films in een zwarte doos; 'Cycling Cinema' biedt een breder bereik, waardoor het de omgeving een deel wordt van de film. In plaats van naar de film gaan, fietst u samen met deze bioscoop naar de perfecte locatie. Een plek die bijvoorbeeld de sfeer van de film pakt en zo de ervaring versterkt. Het Art Deco-ontwerp, in de typische stijl van oude theaters, geeft de fiets die extra nostalgische filmvibe. Met een projector, scherm, geluidsinstallatie, lichten, acht stoelen en een popcorncontainer, bevat dit avontuurlijke voertuig alle gereedschappen om elke plek in een openluchtbioscoop te transformeren.
Design Academy Eindhoven afgestudeerde Milan Tak creëerde deze mobiele bioscoop uit zijn liefde voor het organiseren van filmavonden voor vrienden en familie. Het is lang geleden begonnen met het versieren van de woonkamer of verkleden bij de film om verder te voegen aan de ervaring. De buitenfilm kwam naar de stad bij Natlab, maar was nog steeds gebonden aan de openbare plein naast de bioscoop. Cycling Cinema was zijn oplossing om niet meer gebonden te zijn aan een plek met elektriciteit. Met een caravanbatterij heb je de vrijheid om een ilm overal te vertonen.
At movie theaters you will watch films in a black box; ‘Cycling Cinema’ offers a broader scope, bringing the outdoor scenery into the picture. Instead of going to the movies, the movies come wheeling their way to you – or to any other location. A place that adds to the atmosphere on screen, for example, and intensifies the experience. The Art Deco design, in the typical style of old theaters, gives the bike that extra nostalgic movie vibe. With a projector, screen, audio system, lights, eight chairs and a popcorn container tucked inside, this adventurous vehicle holds all the tools to transform any site into an open-air cinema.
This little side table has no legs yet. You’re going to have to find them yourself! literally anything that fits in the elastic bands on the bottom part will do as legs. Branches, steel pipes, cardboard or pvc tubes, whatever fits your interior or exterior the best. TAK is made from durable plastic that is all colored and casted by hand and comes in three fancy variations. This table wants to be seen so add something special to it to make it stand out even more.
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When I traveled I met a lot of great people which I really got to know better during some trips we made together. I don’t see those people much after that trip, because they live in other parts of the world, but I’ll never forget the times we shared. It will always connect us. And I wanted to recreate that on a small scale.
Put three total strangers together and let them experience something that connects them for. That’s the simple idea behind this installation piece.
For ten minutes the three people are stuck on the high chairs where they get offered some coffee or orange juice and can read the newspaper during this time. They share a little moment together and maybe talk a little and get to know each other a bit. What they shared in those ten minutes isn’t much but when seeing each other later in the supermarket, they’re more than likely to say hello to each other because they’ve shared something special.
In this cabinet system, that plays with tension and shape, the rope takes on a very important role. It not only holds everything in place but also gives shape to the cabinet with it’s outline.
Changing the order will influence the appearance of the cabinet significantly. Creating a flexible and playful way to give shape to the cabinet.
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This cabinet is inspired by the Nomads that live in the Yurts in Mongolia. Like those tents this cabinet can shrink and expand with only a little adjustment to the rope connecting the red knots. The container bags can be swapped to different spots by simply connecting them to the knots on the inside.
this wall tile is casted from a single mold and is designed in such a way it creates three variating patterns.
In collaboration with Maribel Carlander, David Roman Lieshout and Tess Cleven we created this growing cabinet for Gardena. Gardena Grow is a system that can grow itself with the stackable boxes and a internal watering cycle for inside gardening.
The sun is a massive energy generator and with this simple SunBoil building kit you can use all that free energy to boil your water to cool you down on a hot day. Yes, drinking tea on hot days with a lot of sun cools you down more than a cold ice cream does. So forget about sweets and cold drinks on a summer day and just make yourself a delicious tea with SunBoil.
Laundry City HONG KONG
For three months I did an exchange in Hong Kong at the Polytechnic University. Together with the students there we did a few little projects where we designed for the city. In the end we created a big expo with a big collection of our place specific designs with 1:20 scale models of paper and cardboard.
When in Hong Kong you will see all the laundry hanging outside on the facades of the many apartment buildings. To me this is a curious thing. Showing your laundry to the public like this is almost a way of communicating and you can tell a lot about the people that live there by observing what they hang outside. I made a little booklet of 8 places where i made pictures everyday of the laundry to analyse and to see if I could figure out who lived there.
However people still seem to hide in their houses and it’s not uncommon that you don’t know any of your neighbours.
This is what I like to change with my laundry towers where the sense of community gets strengthened by sharing a space and its utilities. Buildings will be connected by the laundry tower that will create a new parochial space where the community comes together. The façade will be covered with the clothes of many different citizens and become a representation to the public on the streets.
"Het antwoord" (The Answer) is not really about the answer. You may ask it a question or just a word and what you do with the answer is totally up to you.
The Wooden Chair is made without any metal parts or screws. The connections are precisely cut and glued in such a way it’s as strong as it can be.
The Metal Chair is made from a single square meter piece of 1 mm thick aluminum. Even though the material is quite thin, the chair is very sturdy and solid.
During my internship at the Jerszy Seymour Design Workshop I worked extensively in producing the gigantic inflatable swimming pool for the Hyperplasmic Composition installation on the rooftop in Berlin Kreuzberg.
Then at the Sait Etienne Design Week I was asked to lead the 2nd pool creation for their Lucky Larry's hotel.