Sander Mulder's latest designs

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 13 November 2008

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Industrial Designer Sander Mulder has just added four new designssome stunning design in his collection. Some of them where on view at the "Truth of Basics" project by Onomatopee for Lift Off 08 during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven

CARAT : Diamond cutting requires art, skill and, increasingly, science to transform a rough stone into a faceted gem. This intricate modular lampshade design was conceived with the same ingredients and consists of 9 identical parts and an astounding 54 facets. The anodized aluminum finish on the outside of the shade makes it gleam like an emerald in the dark, while the reflective inside allows for optimal lighting. Carat is available as a pendant or a floor lamp and in multiple colours.

Technical information:

Colour(s): green, black, orange, blue, yellow, red.
Dimensions (HxΨ): 46 x 66 cm.
Weight: 5 kg.
Material: Anodised aluminum.
Design: Sander Mulder.

Design: Sander Mulder.
Photography: Niels van Veen & Sander Mulder.

CROW : This trestle design provides stability for your tabletop while keeping far away from the traditional 4 leg structure. It uses the same basics as found in natures bird feet, made into wooden reality by traditional carpenters craftsmanship combined with cnc technology. The smoked glass table top enhances the spacious design, while the clear lacquer finish accents the beautifully detailed wooden joints.

Technical information:

Colour(s): Oak matt transparent lacquer, other woods/finishes on request.
Dimensions (HxWxL): trestle: 72 x 80 x 65 cm, glass tabletop: 1 x 90 x 170 cm.
Weight: tresle: 5 kg, glass tabletop: 40kg.
Material: European Oak, smoked glass.
Design: Sander Mulder.

Design: Sander Mulder.
Photography: Niels van Veen & Sander Mulder.

PANDORA : In a few decades our whole world economy has become reliant on the containerization of our supply lines. Known the world over for its indestructible appearance and boxy look, the shipping container is one of the best known industrial archetypes. This modular storage system is inspired by the wonderful colour mosaics that sprout to life in every harbor and container terminal the world around. The individual pieces can be stacked, tilted and rotated around in endless (colour-) combinations, to create your personal container terminal for all domestic storage uses. And...no need to pack any boxes when your about to move again; your containers are ready to be shipped!

Technical information:

Colour(s): available in all RAL colours.
Dimensions (HxWXD): Small:50x100x50cm, Medium:100x100x50cm, Large:200x100x50cm.
Weight:  Small: 40kg,  Medium: 90 kg, Large: 120 kg.
Material: powder coated steel, stained glass.
Design: Sander Mulder.

Design: Sander Mulder.
Photography: Niels van Veen & Sander Mulder.


U-TUBE : In these uncertain times we went back to basics, and inspired by the seemingly endless creative challenges of the hardware store, U-tube sprouted to life. Homage to global industrial archetypes, this tubular design is available in an oil-lamp or a candlestick version. The split arms allow for easy conversation while enjoying the soothing glow of this stunning centerpiece. Its use of heavyweight and oversized materials, sturdy powder coated finish and the lack of electrical parts, make this light everlasting! Well...if you replace your oil or candles once in a while that is.

Technical information:

Colour(s): Available in all RAL colours.
Dimensions (HxWXL): candlestick: 27,5 x 40 x 19 cm, oil-lamp: 48,5 x 40 x 19 cm.
Weight: candlestick: 3 kg, oil-lamp 3,5 kg.
Material: powdercoated steel, cast iron.
Design: Sander Mulder.

Design: Sander Mulder.
Photography: Niels van Veen & Sander Mulder.

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About Sander Mulder

Born in 1978, he started studying design in 1996, sparked by the creativity and ingenuity he displayed as a child. It soon hit home; this would become his life long passion. His successful graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2002, resulted in the start-up of his own design studio. Always seeking new challenges and inspirations he has since then steadily been working on a diverse portfolio containing lighting, furniture and interior designs for international clients and his own collection. His work is proof of the firm believe that good concepts can only exist in symbiosis with a good execution, and it investigates new ways of approaching the construction, functionality and aesthetics of everyday objects and spaces. Supported by the believe there's no constant except change and that joy is the accelerator of creativity, he's not afraid to wander aimlessly and conduct experiments in search of the coincidental beauty of failure. The resulting work is a combination of strong lines, subtle details, innovative techniques and bold statements, often questioning archetypes and their respective interpretations by mankind.

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  • friend
    Crea-T-V-T | 2008-11-15 21:44:54

    I actually like the candle holders! They look a little rough but it's very unexpexted and eyes catching. I totally see Nathan from Top Design using this.

  • friend
    Crea-T-V-T | 2008-11-15 21:46:57

    I like the candle holders! They look a little rough but it'd very unexpected and eye catching. I can totally see Nathan from top design use these.

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