Sabine Marcelis

"Exploring Light"

August 6th – 12th 2017


The Tutor

Sabine Marcelis is a designer living and working in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Raised in New Zealand, she studied industrial design for two years at Victoria University of Wellington and continued her studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven, where she graduated in 2011. Since graduating, she has been operating Studio Sabine Marcelis, working within the fields of product, installation and spacial design with a strong focus on materiality. Her work is characterised by pure forms which high-light material properties.

Marcelis applies a strong aesthetic point of view to her collaborations with industry specialists. This method of working allows her to intervene in the manufacturing process, using material research and experimentation to achieve new and surprising visual effects for projects both showcased in galleries and commissioned by commercial clients.
Since starting her studio, Marcelis’ work has been exhibited at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, and Musée des art décoratifs de Paris. She works with Victor Hunt Designart Dealer (BE), Etage Projects (DK), Side Gallery (SP) and Gallery Bensimon (FR).

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"Exploring Light"
August 6th – 12th

The Workshop

The workshop will focus on the exploration of light in the broadest sense! Experimenting with the manipulation of light in scales that vary between object and spatial setting. The unique surroundings of Boisbuchet will play a vital role in our experimentation, objects and final installations.

#Lighting #Installation #Product


* Early Bird Price: 10% discount until May 1st
Price includes full workshop tuition & accommodation
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• All the workshops are in English
• 22 students per workshop maximum
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• Bonfire, exhibition & guided tour
• 3 designer's presentations
• The famous Wednesday "Porky's party"
• And many more surprises...
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