Object Rotterdam is always one of my favorite fairs to take part in, and in the first leg of new post-Covid possibilities, the athmosphere was absolutely radiant.
The work at show in the gorgeous HAKA building was all bright colors and positive attitude. And with designers and artists excited to showcase their projects again, visitors were treated to the best cultural day trip in more than a year.
As always, Object Rotterdam was organized incredibly well and staffed with the sweetest hosts. Even though they had to be strict about walking routes this edition, everybody remained friendly at all times.
With a few remaining Covid rules in place, the flow of visitors was well regulated and people came up to our second floor in constant waves.
Cygnus Flower Constellation
We spent the whole fair on our feet talking about our House of Thol collection and easy green living, and were happy to notice that people remembered us from previous editions.
Visitors responded enthusiastically to our established collection with Helios and Flower Constellations. We even sold out our Waterworks-sets on Saturday, and people learning about the 95% circular ReCabinet were amazed by the heritage of our contemporary cupboard. But the Poma/Olera series with both the Patera Magna and Patera Media (fresh out of the kiln ;-)) were front and centre, and the absolute showstopper of our presentation. We explained our throats away about storing your fruits and vegetables in a better way and keeping them fresh for longer.
Not surprisingly, we are both quite exhausted at this moment. But boy, did we have a blast!