Droog strap glow in the dark luminous fluorescent storage
The Droog strap glow in the dark luminous fluorescent storage is a useful and stylish storage solution for any room of the house. The Droog strap glow in the dark luminous fluorescent storage is a simple concept, attach it to the wall and then it offers a flexible and easy to use storage solution for all those objects around the home you want to keep close to hand. Designed by the ever cool, Dutch design company, Droog, the strap is a flexible rubber band that attaches to the wall using a pair of simple to attach plastic brackets. Storage can be stylish. Other colours are available, please contact us at Live Like the Boy for more information.
Material: silicon rubber
Product Size: 72 x 3 x 1 (max. stretch length 90 cm)
Package Size: 23 x 3.5 x 3 cm
Package Weight: 0.1 kg
NL Architects is an Amsterdam based office since 1997. The 3 principals, Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, and Kamiel Klaasse, were educated at Delft University while living in Amsterdam. NL’s ‘commuting’ office started while carpooling between these cities. Often, projects focus on ordinary aspects of everyday life, including the unappreciated or negative, which are enhanced or twisted in order to bring to the fore the unexpected potential of the things that surround us. NL Architects currently employs an international staff of twenty-six people. Their monograph ‘Life Logo’, published by Hust Press, is now available at your bookstore.
Droog are a Dutch design collective bringing seriously innovative design to the home both inside and out.
Droog (droog is a Dutch word meaning “dry”) is a conceptual Dutch design company situated in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Droog works with independent designers to design and realize products, projects, exhibitions and events. Droog has worked with amongst others Marcel Wanders, Hella Jongerius, Tejo Remy, Richard Hutten, Ed Annink, Jurgen Bey and Joris Laarman.
Droog was founded in 1993 by product designer Gijs Bakker and design historian Renny Ramakers. During the Milan Furniture Fair in 1993, the duo presented a selection of sober designs made of industrial materials and found objects. The presentation was titled ‘Droog Design’, because of the simplicity and dry humor of the objects.
They continued by putting together design presentations reflecting a clear spirit of the times. In 1996, they extended their sphere of activities by initiating experimental projects. In the following year, Droog received its first commission from a company. In 2003 Droog B.V. was set up alongside the Droog Foundation, for the production and distribution of the Droog product collection. Since the end of 2004, the Droog headquarters has been situated in Amsterdam, combining a store, an exhibition room, a library and a kitchen.