Inge Lagae & Dimitri Oosterlinck and Jeff Rutten at Kat & Muis #ikkoopbelgisch #jachetebelge

Inge Lagae & Dimitri Oosterlynck
Inge Lagae - cabinet IV edited by Marac
Dimitri Oosterlynck - Untitled Abstraction #007

Jeff Rutten
Playground 1
An indoor-outdoor table/sculpture has a pure design, with the bare minimum of lines. The lighting is included in the clearly defined frame, that lights out the whole of the table, due to its diagonal positioning. For the overall look, designer Jeff Rutten was inspired by public playgrounds in the sixties and seventies.

Kat & Muis
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Belgium might be small in square metres, it is big in design. Not only do we have a great amount of designers and design brands, they produce fascinating furniture and interior decorations, as well as glasses, jewelry, tableware, carpets,... 16 designers, collectives and brands are more than ready to present their work at the #ikkoopbelgisch / #jachetebelge -circuit during Brussels Design September (6 - 30 September). 15 shops are clearing their windows to make room for them and let their goods have an interesting dialogue with the designer objects.

The #ikkoopbelgisch / #jachetebelge -parcours offers you a free exhibitions in the Quartier Dansaert. This vivacious district is the living proof that Brussels is a creative, inspring place where the living is easy. The circuit is more than just a good way to discover new design talent, it shows you 15 shops and galeries that believe in Belgian design, entrepreneurship and authenticity.

Ik Koop Belgisch/J’Achète Belge wants to highlight Belgian labels. The consumer wants to buy locally, but is not always aware of the possibilities. This is even more the case for design as it is for fashion. Ik Koop Belgisch is an initiative by Flanders DC, Creamoda, MAD Brussels and Wallonie-Bruxelles Design Mode (WBDM). The circuit is organised by Flanders DC and MAD Brussels because they want to show that there is Belgian design for all tastes and all profiles. - - - - -