Ineke Hans Salon

Furniture is one of the fundamentals with which we define the spaces that we live and work in and together with tools and clothing it was one of the first design disciplines to emerge. Yet the ways that furniture is designed, made, marketed, sold, used and disposed of are in constant flux and the role of the designer is changing. From early 2016 for one year salons take place in London to discuss 'furniture design and the position of the designer', aiming to identify pointers for their future.

East London studio-salons
Round table conversations with invited professionals from the entire design scene taking place at different locations in East London.
London UK-NL XL-salons
Salon pops up at Clerkenwell Design Week and the London Design Festival with on stage conversations between UK and NL speakers. All are open for an audience.
Salon presentations
Popup exhibitions with UK-NL cooperations during CDW and LDF. Open for an audience, supporting the salon research.

find REPORTS below

REPORT studio-salon #6: furniture & the luxury of lessREPORT studio-salon #5: furniture & social contextREPORT popup installation #XL2 V&A: cuckoo eggsREPORT popup expo #XL2 BDD: furniture is not workingREPORT #XL2-3 salon: furniture's futureREPORT #XL2-2 salon: engineers, inventors & non-materialistsREPORT #XL2-1 salon: hybridsREPORT popup expo #XL1: future work scenesREPORT #XL1-3 salon: furniture is not workingREPORT #XL1-2 salon: the domestification of the workspaceREPORT #XL1-1 salon: new approaches for work environmentsREPORT studio-salon #4: furniture & spaceREPORT studio-salon #3: furniture & economicsREPORT studio-salon #2: furniture & shifting means of productionREPORT studio-salon #1: furniture & us