TR-Table

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With this design Tieme Rietveld aims to get a slender round table. The materials are pure and functional. Legs made of walnut wood combined with a raw steel frame. The tabletop is finished with a soft matt material that makes it just as touchable as chique

The TR-Table is available online, for more information click here

The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld
The Webster Bookcase by Tieme Rietveld

With The Webster, designer Tieme Rietveld aims to create the bookcase of the 21st century, combining state of the art craftsmanship with innovative contemporary design. The exceptional attention paid to the design details make it a gorgeous piece of furniture. The playful maze-like design consists of four flipped and mirrored elements, resulting in a sensually organised chaos of shelves and storage space. The Webster’s rounded edges, smooth lines, uneven and set-back parts, and the satin finish give it a unique personality. Rietveld set his sight on making each design-feature a subtle one, yet also successfully achieved to create an overall dramatic effect.

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BOOKSTAND RIETVELD

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Beautiful books deserve to be displayed in the most gracious way. This ingenious bookstand was exclusively designed for MENDO by Tieme Rietveld. The x-shaped book stand is asymmetric. By turning it 180 degrees, the width of the sides changes, which makes the stand suitable for both large and XL books. It is tested and approved for books with a span of 100 cm and weight up to 35 kg

Get it here: http://mendo.nl/books/bookstand-rietveld

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Gallery 33 by Present Plus

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The company Present Plus approached Tieme Rietveld for a total interior concept and build of their new office space. Present Plus is an innovative studio with a passion for design, software, culture, and story-telling.

They grew out of their old office and in need for more space and wanting to celebrate creativity in a Gallery, they moved to the redeveloped factory site of the WesterGasfabriek. Today the WesterGasfabriek is the meeting place of choice for creative and innovative Amsterdam residents and now home to Present Plus and Gallery33.
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Tieme Rietveld got carte blanche in the design of their new office and gallery space. All he had to do was create a studio plus gallery that would allow them to collaborate and make great things. It’s about authenticity, consistency, innovation and experience.


All was designed to create a hybrid space. With downstairs Gallery33, now playing host to a plethora of different exhibitions, gigs, sessions, dinners and workshops. It has a clean and fresh look & feel to it. Upstairs is where you’ll find their office space, shaped in search of the right balance between the company and its space.
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Tieme added some unique elements to the design, the desks can be rolled in and out to create more or less workingspace depending on the number of people working there. The tables shift through the cubboards that also serve as a balustrade. Interesting detail is the tabletop, with it’s raw edges but subtle deck.


No details were overlooked in this project, even the acoustics were attended to. To have great sound in a space that big he came up with a grid like lighted fence covering the side of the stairs on the first floor, making it an appealing part of the space and giving it it’s charismatic and warm feeling.
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For more information about Gallery33 or PresentPlus click here.

Pictures by Thijs Wolzak.