Within the works of Destroyers/Builders an interaction between the furniture pieces exist in an overarching inspiration; found in architectural elements, materials or building techniques. Linde Freya Tangelder, founder of the studio, strives for sensory relevance and cultural value in detail and larger scale. The works have a sculptural and architectural character, and balance between contemporary and traditional elements.

Inspired by architectural shapes, the furniture pieces highlight the field between industry and human, through diverse materials. Constructions are scaled down to human sizes, and translations result into sculptural gestures. Both low and high end materials get revalued, reconsidered and transformed. The interventions and finishes by hand, give these architectural objects a tactile aspect. The contrast in materials, the touchability, and the human traces that are still visible in the object, explain the method of Destroyers/Builders. 

Destroyers/Builders takes on projects that range from commissions to self-initiated projects, and extends across the realms of both architectural furniture and interior projects. The practice is founded in 2014 and Antwerp & Brussels based. 

contact

Linde Freya Tangelder
info@destroyersbuilders.com
+32 494 90 89 46

VAT BE 0651.786.055

 

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collection 2019
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Enquires can be send to destroyers/builders. A large part of the collection is distributed from the studio. 

Some of the limited editions, like the Archetype Series and High & Low Section are represented by Nilufar Gallery

destroyers/builders works in close collaboration  with valerie_objects, a Belgian design label initiated by Veerle Wenes – Valerie Traan Gallery – and director Axel van den Bossche. 

Editions of destroyers/builders: 
For enquires in Belgium, Angelique Segaert Agency is representing part of our collection. Belgian points of sale are Vive Ma Maison, Damoy Antwerp, RR Interieur, Atelier Ecru, Graanmarkt.  

design & development by atelier Haegeman Temmerman