Shining with Studio Tord Boontje


Tord Boontje is one of the most popular names in design today, and for good reason. His work demonstrates the creativity and craft of a trained professional as well as the popular trends driven by recent manufacturing techniques. The educational portion of his CV includes the prestigious Design Academy Eindhoven and the Royal College of Art. He now runs Studio Tord Boontje from Bourg-Argental, France.

The Studio’s work draws from a belief that modernism does not mean minimalism, that contemporary does not forsake tradition, and that technology does not abandon people and senses.

The work from Studio Tord Boontje ranges from furniture and textiles, to packaging and installations, even an entire Christmas campaign for my previous employer. But for this post, here’s a collection of the lighting from the studio’s impressive portfolio.





5 Responses to “Shining with Studio Tord Boontje”

  1. Ponoko Blog Says:

    […] And if you’re looking for something more Tord Boontjesque, there’s a $68 derivative Thru the Trees. //OBSTART:do_NOT_remove_this_comment var OutbrainPermaLink=””; var OB_demoMode = false; if(typeof(OB_Script)!=’undefined’){ OutbrainStart(); }else{ var OB_Script = true; var OB_langJS =””; document.write (“”); } //OBEND:do_NOT_remove_this_comment […]

  2. Ponoko Blog Says:

    […] Fashioning Felt, an exhibition of felt applications in a range of fields from the past and present, opened on Friday 6 March at the Cooper-Hewitt and closes 7 September. Previously mentioned Tord Boontje, Louise Campbell, and LAMA Concept are among the artists and designers featured. […]

  3. Ponoko Blog Says:

    […] was on display at the Face of Lace exhibition in Bruges which featured works by Marcel Wanders, Tord Boontje, Louise Campbell, Cal Lane, Kiki van Eijk, and other prominent artists and designers exploring the […]

  4. Ponoko Blog Says:

    […] prolific Tord Boontje has gotten in the jewelry game. His Charming collection of laser-cut pendants are plated in silver […]

  5. Metropolitan Works – a hub for creative talent, tools, and technology « Ponoko – Blog Says:

    […] entitled Digital Explorers: Discovery. New works from previously mentioned Timorous Beasties and Tord Boontje are on display as well as many other avant-designers who are demonstrating “how new […]

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