Kiki van Eijk designed Floating Frames as a collection of handmade objects in anodized wire. Showing only the skeleton of an object yet fully representing its function, these metal wire pieces seem to float in space. The collection includes lighting, coffee tables, candleholders, mantel clocks, wall clocks, and cabinets. Each piece is meticulously handmade in her workshop; no two items are alike. The 24K Gold Mantel Clock is made of brass wired plated in 24 karat gold and measures 14 x 34 x 41 cm. This design is an open edition made to order and can be ordered in other colors.
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Van Eijk grew up in a small city in the Netherlands, immersed in nature, daydreaming, and drawing. Today she is a leading voice in Dutch design. During her studies at the Design Academy of Eindhoven, she met her future partner, Joost van Bleiswijk, another major contributor to contemporary Dutch design. Known for her signature whimsical, colorful, lyrical style, van Eijk works across media, from textiles, ceramics, and glasswork to furniture and installation.
Van Eijk’s work can be found in international museums, galleries, fairs, and private collections. She’s collaborated with brands such as Hermès, Saint-Louis, 1882 Ltd, MOOOI, Häagen-Dazs, Serax, Bernhardt Design, and Nodus. In recent years, she’s consulted for companies and institutions like Studio Edelkoort Paris, Design Academy Eindhoven, Venice Projects, Audax Textile Museum, Zuiderzee Museum, Noord Brabants Museum, and Rijksmuseum.