Category ‘Exhibitions’

20/01/2014, 06:14 pm

EEAA design’s new lighting fixture ‘Where did I put my phone/keys/wallet again?’ AKA Corner Light is a welcoming light object for the corner of your home and a place for small everyday items such as your phone, wallet, lipstick, sunglasses and love letters. As you place your phone onto the shelf it will gets wirelessly charged and is always ready to go.

Corner light is shown at Light it Up Toronto, at the Cooper Cole Gallery, 1161 Dundas Street West, Toronto from 23-26 February 2014. Reception is on Friday the 24. February from 6-10 pm.


19/01/2013, 07:06 pm

REFLECT/RESPECT is a fashion collection of reflective cycling wear and accessories to enhance cyclist safety and display direct messages of ‘mutual respect’ for the road. Also fashionable ‘off the road’, this custom collection offers a departure from purely functional cycling wear.

Showcased are: a cape designed to increase the perceived physical presence of the female cyclist; ‘Fragile’ reflective gaiters; arm wear that subtly displays the cyclists blood type as a reflective pattern; and a reflective woolen snood.

The fashion launch will take place at the Shiny Pretty Things exhibition, Cooper Cole Gallery, 24-27 Jan 2013, Toronto, Canada

female cycle fashion, cycling collection, fashion, design, Reflect, Respect, eeaa design, Angelika Seeschaaf, reflect, respect

Reflective Cape

19/04/2012, 05:46 pm

Transitory Truths

A collaborative project and exhibition of students from the MA Environmental Art at Aalto University Helsinki, Willem de Kooning Academie Rotterdam, Windesheim International Zwolle and the Design Department of the HFBK Hamburg.

Transitory Truths is an exhibition in tents. The students will create a world within a tent and we will host design discussions and events in and around this temporary space.


21st to 26th of May 2012, to coincide with The Northern World Mandate Cumulus Conference and the World Design Capital, Helsinki, Finland


Environmental art students from Aalto University with Professor Markku Hakuri, students from Windesheim International with Professor Marieke de Jong and Professor Dick Kleingeld, students from the Willem de Kooning Academie Rotterdam with Professor Erik Jan van der Geer and Professor Marleen van Arendonk, and design students from the HFBK Hamburg with Professor Julia Lohmann and Angelika Seeschaaf Veres, product designer and instructor at OCAD University, Toronto

14/11/2008, 06:31 pm
The Hoefer Goods products: Frog Footed Knife Spoon and Jar Lamp
are on displayduring a Two Day Village Shop 13th and 14th November 2008
as part of Grizedale Arts'
at the Royal Academy's Contemporary Season,
6 Burlington Gardens, London W1J 0BD.

The Höfer Goods movie is now online on