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Arnout Visser

Visser's work, awarded with many international prizes, is easily recognizable by its strict adherence to the basic purpose of the object, giving it the definitive form required to fulfill its function.

He is an ingenious disciple of the great design tradition of the Bauhaus and its derivative movements, although with a specific humor. For when he decides to add a personal touch, it is an unexpected twist, a glimpse of a little private joke between him and his medium that speaks of a relationship between man and matter far beyond the purely functional.


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  1. Designed by Arnout Visser in 1993, Fruit on Wheels is composed of a recycled glass bowl which sits on a tricycle made of tubular chromed steel and 360° wheels with black tires. It is most maneuverable and gets fruit quickly to the one who desires it most, along with a touch of good humor, as is the designer’s way. Arnout Visser is a Dutch born, Italian-trained designer whose favorite medium is glass and whose design heroes are Kepler, Newton, Huygens, Van Leeuwenhoek, great 17th century scientists who designed their own telescopes and microscopes as well as their own experiments. His design approach is that of strict adherence to the basic purpose of the object. His products have been exhibited at MoMA, London Design Museum, and Kunsthal Rotterdam, among others.

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