Designed by Gijs Bakker in 1993 as part of the 'Holes' collection, the Holes Duet Center Piece is a totem-like centerpiece featuring a fruit basket and a flower vase that may be presented next to one another or on top of each other as an installation. The piece belongs to significant private and institutional collections around the world including the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (Courtesy of Helen Drutt: Philadelphia).
Gijs Bakker, born 1942 in Amersfoort, Netherlands was originally trained as a jewelry and industrial designer at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and the Konstfackskolan in Stockholm, Sweden. Bakker's designs have included jewelry, home accessories, and household appliances, furniture, interiors, public spaces, and exhibitions. Co-founder of Droog Design and revered teacher at Design Academy of Eindhoven, Gijs Bakker has played an influential role in the contemporary Dutch Design movements as a thought-leader and a world exhibited design artist.
Ø 9 x H 11 in
Ø 22.8 x H 27.9 cm