Tambour doors

A small cabinet made with so called ‘tambour’ doors. This old technique creates a flexible door that can slide around curved corners, by gluing small wooden slabs on a piece of thick fabric. The entire cabinet is made from a local plane tree from Rotterdam and finished with hardwax oil.

A workplace with an overview

For the local food chain company Rechtstreex, Studio met designed and built a workplace in their logistic facility. The floor manager of the facility can oversee the work floor and coordinate the daily activities from here. The workplace consist of a standing table, a normal table, two cabinets and a magnetic board painted in the…

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With the setup an old van can be temporary transformed into an a microcamper. The back seats of the car are removed and a wooden box with three drawers is put into place. If the front seat is put in the most forward postion a small bed (1,2m x 2m) can be folded out. The…

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Around the corner

This piece of furniture was designed to go ‘around a corner’ inside a living room. A bookshelve and tv-cabinet are combined into a single object. It can also be put in another position in case there is enough space to put the cabinet along a wall . It is also possible to only use the…

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Compact table

A set of compact chairs and table for optimal use in a small living space. The table has two drawers and a compartment for cables. The table top has two extra parts that can fold beside the main part when extra space is needed. The table can be used both as working desk and as…

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Retro cabinet

These cabinets were designed to be placed in a house designed and built in 1935 by architect T.J. Loggers in the Amsterdam school architecture style. The design of the cabinets is based upon an existing vintage Amsterdam school piece of furniture. The original design was ‘cut’ in two halves, creating two cabinets that can be…

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Outside bench

This stirdy bench is made from reclaimed oak wood. It is perfect for rocking outside on a porch or terrace. The construction is designed in such a way that the bench can be disassembled when it is stored for the winter or transported.

Rocking sheep

This rocking animal with its simple looking design will be a present for our first parent-friends and their baby to be. Rocking helps to develop a sense of balance and most children like it. The sheep is made of solid beechwood. We might make a few more for our shop… what do you think?

Pop-up benches and cabinets

For a growing Rotterdam based company called Rechtstreex, Studio met designed and made a series of furniture pieces for three pickup points for groceries. Two benches along the side provide a sitting space during the week and are easily turned into a shelved wall when the popup shop is open. Rolling counters give space to…

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Long legs

Two different leg heights can be combined with tabletops, shelves, boxes and drawers. A prototype has been made of beechwood, mdf and walnut veneer. The red box has been colored with ink mixed with water and is then spraypainted with transparent lacquer. The drawers with dovetails are all manually fabricated.

Low chair

The low chair is small but comfortable and therefore perfect for smaller homes or lost corners of your house that become great reading spots with this chair. The design is inspired by an old chair. Molds for milling the legs of the chair are lasercut, just like the parts of the mold for bending the…

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This handy stool can be used for storage, stool and plant table. The barrelstool  can be completely disassembled and is available in three heights. The wooden pieces are kept together by a cotton tension strap. The top of the stool has a layer of cork. All parts are finished with natural furniture oil.

Side table

This table of solid cherry wood has been designed to match an existing dinner table of one of our clients. The design has been made together with the client, after which the complete side table is handmade by Studio met.

Series of lamps

Series of lamps with a combination of traditional woodworking and lasercutting techniques.

Lasercut chair

By using digital manufacturing techniques such as laser cutting and CNC milling, a chair can be designed in the computer and made from wood. This chair can be put together by customers themselves. The chair can be painted in many kinds of colors. The design is based on the famous school chair by Prouvé.