Bloomming is founded by Bas van Leeuwen and Mireille Meijs. They met during their study at the Design Academy in The Netherlands. For the duo, Bloomming means spring and blossom. Inspired by the world in which we live their designs are made to surprise. The approach differences each time, but all their designs and products are fit in a collection the duo likes to call 'Industrial Poetry'.Read our story
The room divider Facet is highly recommended if anyone wants to add contemporary touch to your home, easy installation and great customer service.
Xiaoxi 2LA - USA
Let’s You Play with Shadow & Light
The 3D elements of the Facet room divider let's you play with shadow and light. A full modulair system for dividing spaces or decorating windows. The Facet room divider offers unlimited possibilities and is designed by the young and talented duo Bas van Leeuwen and Mireille Meijs of the creative design label Blooming. The Facet Room Divider is perfect to use in restaurants, bar, retail, welness and office enviroments. The 3D elements can be rotated individually and form an unique interactive pattern in this likewise unique room divider.
The Best Of 2011 Dutch Magazine
After seeing Bloommings products on-line I was able to contact them effortlessly and purchase a very large Facet room divider for a recent project. The entire process from ordering and delivery was very swift. Some assembly is required, but the end result is breathtaking!
Doug Shapiro Hoyt Living - USA
Create Beautiful Patterns
Play around with light and shadow. Created by Blooming in Eindhoven, the room divider facet is a modular constructed versalite room divider which can also be used as blinds. The connected diamond shapes can be opened or closed individually and thus creating beautiful patterns. The elements are of stainless steel, and the easy click system makes it possible to extend is to every desired size. Designed by Mireille Meijs.
interieur Magazine www.bni.nl
Long Live Technology!
We buy products, use products and when it breaks down we throw it away. Repairing them is getting more rare. Because of this, we tend to lose our touch with technology. With the design clock Delay, design studio Bloomming wishes to bring back this touch. In the design of the clock, the inner workings of time are shown in a mechanism consisting of three gears: one for seconds, another for minutes and a third one for hours. Where these touch each other, you can read the current time. Clock hands are a redundancy!