Reproducing Scholten & BaijingsLouise Schouwenberg

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A beautiful insight into the creative processes of one of the most exciting European design duos to have emerged in the last ten years.

Reproducing Scholten and Baijings explores this dynamic design duo's relationships with manufacturers such as Herman Miller, Maharam and Mini. Covering all aspects of their practice from textiles to ceramics, this new monograph is illustrated with photographs, models and sketches pulled directly from the firm's archives. A complete list of their projects produced to date makes this an incomparable resource for professionals and enthusiasts alike.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 290 × 250 mm (11 3/8 × 9 7/8 in)
  • Pages: 348 pp
  • Illustrations: 500 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9780714868714

Louise Schouwenberg is a Dutch art and design critic. She writes for several international magazines, has contributed to a large number of books on design, and has curated a few exhibitions on the cutting edge of art and design. She is head of the Masters department Contextual Design at Design Academy Eindhoven, and head of the Masters department Material Utopias (fine art & design) at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam.

"350 glorious fluoro-orange gilded pages… This book is not just a beautiful thing. It’s an exploration of creative process."—Telegraph Luxury

"Each project is presented with exhaustive and beautiful photography documenting the design stages as well as the finished pieces."—Crafts

"Goes far beyond being just a survey of their work… A stunning representation of Scholten & Baijing's thoughtful and detail-oriented working process."—

"A brilliant look behind the scenes through over 300 pages of never before published imagery, relevant sketches and supporting texts."—Cool Hunting

"A thorough look at their process and respect for craft tradition as well as a kind of biographical portrait."—Sotheby's Magazine

"The reigning couple of color has made an indelibly saturated mark on the furniture scene of today."—