Knobble Mirror Design Dick van Hoff by Goods

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Knobble Mirror Design Dick van Hoff by Goods

The Knobble mirror is designed by Dick van Hoff for the Dutch Designlabel Goods. It is a mirror that shows everything, even how it is mounted. It is available in 2 versions, the small is 31 cm wide and 37.5 cm high and hangs on 1 knob. The large hangs from two knobs and is 52 cm wide and 63 cm high. The knobs are available for both sizes in green, brown or black. The Knobble mirror is handy in many places in the house, you can even hang a towel on the knobs if you want.

Delivery

The Knobble Mirror is a stock product, you can have it at home within 1-2 days. If you have a question about this product, please let us know via goods@goods.nl

Dick van Hoff

Dick van Hoff (1971) graduated from Arnhem Academy of Art and Design in 1996. During the same year, he founded his own design studio: Vanhoffontwerpen. Apart from this studio, van Hoff teaches the Master program at the Design Academy Eindhoven. He is also co-founder of the production label Weltevree. His design studio embodies universal values in modern products which have been around for years. Functionality, quality and the relationship between user and product give the design its strength. Functionality is perhaps even more important than aesthetics, but this does not mean that form follows function. The designs are present, well executed and convincing especially because of their powerful imagery.

A deep love for industrial and traditional techniques is evident from van Hoff’s designs. Starting from a production process, he works on materials to such an extent that a new image is created. The created new images show their intended use undisguised. This way, customised industrial design sees to a natural and clear way of assembly where quality, in finishing and choice for material, are most important. The designs are made with love. Love for the product, the process of making it, the user and the profession. The perfection and mastery are visible, whether the design is industrially or manually produced. Quality is equal to sustainability.

 

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