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Henry Baumann

Henry Baumann

Henry Baumann
Henry Baumann
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Henry Baumann

Henry Baumann graduated at the Akademie beeldende Kunsten Maastricht, in 2012.

Inspired by the process of his final project, he is now on further research changing materials and objects. Within the context of Toegepast 18, Baumann expands upon the idea that he developed for the 130 strawberry boxes project. And once again he is giving new life to unwanted materials considered to be waste products. This time he is creating products from giant spools used for electricity cables for public works. In his projects, Baumann reflects upon our patterns of consumption and the way we deal with waste. These ideas come from his fascination for nature, the way we interact with our world and with each other. Baumann believes that our human relationship, just like our attitude to waste, should be and must be more sustainable. It is not only in the creation of the latest new product that Baumann sees the challenge of doing something with everything there is, and to discover the hidden potential of materials.

  • 6 circles one cut:  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    6 circles one cut

    Editors´ Ideabooks met deze foto
    Ideabooks: 2
    ["NL"] [Published] Organische designobjecten, tussen kunst en gebruiksvoorwerp
    ["KR"] [Published] 공간을 지배하는 인테리어 의자

    Toegepast 18 “one cut"

    For Toegepast my idea was to stay faithful to the experience I had with my final work, choosing a material and through continuous process finding solutions.In this process experimenting with materials I became aware about the exquisite quality the modular system, a fruit box, had in experimenting with without changing the basic material at all. As I found the cabel drum and recognized the modular system. By experimenting I realized that this moduar system is quite big an heavy to be handled by a single person. So I made a adjustment by allowing myself one cut and still using all material.

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 6 circles one cut:  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    6 circles one cut

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 6 circles one cut:  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    6 circles one cut

    Editors´ Ideabooks met deze foto
    Ideabooks: 2
    ["JP"] 新しいマイアイディアブック
    ["JP"] [Published] インテリアアーキテクチュアとは?

    credits by Daniel van Hauten

  • 6 circles one cut:  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    6 circles one cut

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 6 circles one cut:  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    6 circles one cut

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 130 strawberry boxes :  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    130 strawberry boxes

    Editors´ Ideabooks met deze foto
    Ideabooks: 1
    ["NL"] [Published] Organische designobjecten, tussen kunst en gebruiksvoorwerp

    This project, 130 Strawberry boxes, comprehends the fragmentation of fruit boxes in their very single components and reunite them into an innovative object. I put emphasis on the usage of every wooden part as it was, thus cutting was strictly forbidden, and just re-assembled them with glue and staples.

  • 130 strawberry boxes :  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    130 strawberry boxes

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 130 strawberry boxes :  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    130 strawberry boxes

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 130 strawberry boxes :  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    130 strawberry boxes

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

  • 130 strawberry boxes :  Woonkamer door Henry Baumann

    130 strawberry boxes

    Editors´ Ideabooks met deze foto
    Ideabooks: 1
    ["NL"] [Published] Organische designobjecten, tussen kunst en gebruiksvoorwerp

    credits by Kristoph Vrancken

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