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Jólan van der Wiel at work

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Jólan van der Wiel
on April 13, 2016
Jólan van der Wiel at work

Award-winning designer Jolan Van der Wiel founded his Amsterdam studio in 2011 on the strength of a single idea: that he could create unusual shapes by manipulating gravity. Supported by a wood crucible, he wields large magnets like a puppeteer to manipulate and extrude a mixture of resins and metal shavings contained in a shallow bowl to form unfamiliar shapes. Stools, tables, and even shoes and dresses wear his anti-gravity look.

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