This month, Hudson River is proudly presenting the works of Uitdeklei – Ceramics by Marga Janssen.
Our phone line is back to it’s normal order, however you are still welcome to call +31 (0)6 42 46 10 87 for inquiries or appointments outside our shop hours.
We wish you a good time in this nice hearty weather of Spring.
Our phone line is temporary out of order deal to technical problem, in the meanwhile please kindly call +31 (0)6 34 71 94 99 for any inquiry or appointment.
We wish you are great start of the week,
Our friends Jeroen Woltman of Sourced and Sold and Denise van Gastel have opened Harvest and Company, a new lifestyle store on the Tweede Helmerstraat. It’s a must see, anchored with merchandise from Sourced and Sold, with additional offerings from Headfirst Coffee Roasters, Modern Vintage, Atelier de l’ Armee, Lola and Kate and Hudson River. We are proud to be a small part of Jeroen and Denise’s effort. You owe it to yourself to check it out.
Harvest and Company
Tweede Helmerstraat 90-96
1054 CN Amsterdam
THE ELEMENTS OF LIGHTING BEAUTIFULLY REIMAGINED
.02 LUMINAIRES BY JOREN NAEREBOUT
Watch a video showing the fabrication process here.
€230,00 Complete with inline dimmer, bulb and mounting hardware.
Free shipping within the E.U.
The Fin Eero Saarinen studied sculpture in Paris and architecture at Yale before working on furniture design with Norman Bel Geddes and practicing architecture with his father. He collaborated on several projects in furniture design with his friend, Cranbrook alumnus Charles Eames, and opened his own practice in Bloomfield Hills in 1950. Among the many buildings for which he is known are the Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC, The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, and the TWA Terminal at Kennedy International Airport in New York.
Hudson River proudly presents four vintage Eero Saarinen executive chairs by Knoll, beautifully reupholstered by Amsterdam’s Jessica Padt in a luscious mustard wool from Bute.
More details here.
As we entered a new year, we thought about calling this posting “Signs of the Times”. But then we realized how we actually dislike that term. We’d much rather focus on the things that are timeless.
Besides, the beauty of signs of course is that they really don’t need that many words.
Details on the signs displayed below can all be found on our Now In Store pages.