Dimitri Kruithof studied Architecture at the Delft University of Technology. For twenty years he has been working as an architect and a contractor. Since 2012 he also dedicated himself to designing furniture. He likes to explore building-construction principles and aims for straightforward design. His work is characterized by an honest style and the use of materials like steel, wood and epoxy. His first collection consisted of a steel bookcase, a gigantic freestanding light, tables, stools and benches. The leading design magazine FRAME immediately noticed his work: ‘an original collection of industrial-inspired furniture.’
‘Je komt het niet vaak tegen dat iemand beide doet, maar die combinatie was de gouden formule.’VT Wonen
‘An original collection of industrial-inspired furniture.’Frame
‘Lichtdurchflutetes Loft’, ‘eine Hommage an ältes Handwerk’Schöner Wohnen
Most of the welding was done by Wout Rockxs Xenomobile, Joris Rockxs, photography biker bold and X300 – David Adams, color advice – John van ‘t Slot, Marc Klein, marketing advice – Petra van Vliet, joiner – Greg Munik, epoxy – Jos Dobbelsteen.