Floris Wubben

Founded in Amsterdam in 2009, Studio Floris Wubben is an innovative design studio known for exceptional pieces that push the boundaries of form and function. Beyond his celebrated work with ceramics, the designer also creates mirrors, furniture and lighting.
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Floris Wubben primarily works in ceramic, but has used other materials with his work, such as wood and glass. The use of resin on ceramic allows him to create very large scale work. The downloadable PDF is to describe these methods, show different finishes, and so as to inspire future works and collaborations. The below gallery of images shows previous examples of commissioned work.

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2007-08  Bachelor’s degree in Furniture Design, VOMO, Belgium
2004-07  Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design, Thomas Moore, Belgium

2019  Design Miami/ Basel, The Future Perfect, Miami, Florida
2019  MESS, The Future Perfect, New York, New York
2019  Design Miami/ Basel, The Future Perfect, Basel, Switzerland
2018  Solo show at the National Ceramic Museum, The Netherlands
2018  Dutch Design Week at Gallery Piet Hein Eek, The Netherlands
2018  Milan Design Week, Milan, Italy
2017  Earth Matters by Lidewij Edelkoort, The Netherlands
2017  Dutch Design Week, The Netherlands
2017  Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, The Netherlands
2017  Milan Design Week, Milan, Italy
2016  Ceramic Symposium, Japan
2016  Maison & Objet, France
2016  Dutch Design Week, The Netherlands
2016  Object Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2015  Noord Brabants Museum, The Netherlands
2015  Design Stage Singapore, Singapore
2014  Dutch Design Week, The Netherlands
2014  European Ceramic Context, Denmark
2014  Rosanna Orlandi, Milan, Italy
2013  MAD Museum, New York
2013  Dutch Design Week, The Netherlands
2013  Mint Museum, North Carolina
2012  Transnatural Festival, The Netherlands
2011  Tuttobene, Italy
2010  Dutch Design Week, The Netherlands

2014    European Ceramic Context, Nomination, Denmark
2014    Talente 2014, 1st Prize, Germany
2007    Ecodesign Award, 1st Prize, Belgium