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Roderick Vos

Working with Gelderland since januari 2002

About Roderick Vos (1965)

Three-dimensional design. It sounds high-tech, but this is not the intention of Roderick Vos. He makes prototypes, preferably by hand. As a result, he already literally comes into contact with all aspects of design, material treatment and production during the creative process. Roderick Vos studied at the Design Academy in Eindhoven and was a trainee at Ingo Maurer in Munich and at Kenji Ekuan in Tokyo. From 1990 until 1996, he had his own design office in Indonesia.

Up until 2004, he was actively involved with Maupertuus in Groningen and after this has started devoting his full attention to his own design studio  "My way of working is different to that of my contemporaries. You usually start with a sketch or a drawing that is then worked out into the smallest detail on the computer or drawing table. I simply scribble something, go to my studio/workshop and immediately develop 3D prototypes that are full-scale models. I love craftsmanship, I take it very seriously. In this way I can continue to influence all aspects relating to design and production. I eventually make a detailed drawing, but only once the product is finished."