Living and working, receiving information and inspiration are some of the better fields in life.
The team of Spierenburg studio finds pleasure in designing and creating concepts for individuals and companies within these three fields.
They are dedicated to design products and spaces for the present which remain relevant in the future. Well balanced in material, from and functionality, produced in a qualitative and sustainable way. Elegance and clarity characterise their forms.
Dick Spierenburg (1953) studied Architecture at Delf University of Tecnology and Interior e Product Design at the royal Academy of Art in the Hague. He joined the Dutch manufacturer Castelijn who produced a great number of his furniture designs. Spierenburg remained with the company for fifteen years,in the last period as managing director.
His involvement with interior design events dates back from 1995. He started and managed three leading permanent Interior design exhibitions in Amsterdam, NIC, Pakhuls Amsterdam and Post CS.
In germany he co-ordinated the initiative for a design and interior showroom for international brands, Design Post and was appointed creative consultant to IMM Cologne. For the 2010 edition of this international interior fair, he created Pure Village. An environment with an integrated architecture for compact
presentations of design exhibitors within all interior fields such as furniture, textile, lighting and bathrooms.
Parallel to these activitles Dick Spierenburg started KBDS with Dutch designer Karei Boonzaaljer in 2001. They designed for Arco, Artifort, Castelljn, Gelderland, Hollands Licht, Minottiitalia, Montis and Moroso. In 2009 Spierenburg startet his own studio.
He did the architectural design of offices, factories and private, factories and private houses, including two of his own.
All-round product designer Patrick Bell (1981) joined Spierenburg studio at the start and is involved in most of the recent projects.