Louise Seijen ten Hoorn

Trained at the Royal College of Art, Dutch-born designer Louise Seijen ten Hoorn lives and works in London, where she creates one-off pieces, small production ranges, and commissions. She works predominantly in metal and uses techniques such as lost-wax casting and traditional jewelry-making methods, as well as 3D printing and electroforming. In her work, she combines geometric forms with figurative human forms that express a dynamic sense of movement. The irrational sentiment of her ideas leads to surreal designs that can be worn or displayed in the home as a small sculpture, object, or wall piece.

 

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