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Flor

Flor is a set of three nesting tables that offers practical storage on each level, or can be used as an open set to maximize surface space and juggle with different shades of colour. Elegant and space saving, these tables are equally at home in the bedroom or the lounge. A soft, restrained design with feet that conceal each other to emphasize colour harmony and disarming simplicity.

2014 Edited by Matière Grise

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Sunny Side Up

Each hook is handcrafted from first class oak and Carrara marble, adding some warmth and texture to ones interior. Pure and simple.

2014 Edited by Hausmerk

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Troffel

A single sheet of raw copper is carefully folded into a minimalistic candle holder with a robust and industrial look. To give it that rich finish, each Troffel is hand-polished and varnished.

2014 Edited by Hausmerk

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Mirrormirror

The façade of this wall-mounted mirror is covered with book-matched veneer, which creates a second mirror effect. The natural patterns of oak veneer ensure that each mirror is slightly different and therefor unique.

2014 Edited by Hausmerk

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Nouveau Art

Our aim with these illustrations was to reinterpret the natural forms and structures of Art Nouveau, a movement heavily represented in Brussels. Soft fluid lines emphasize each animal's character: Majestic flamingos and graceful birds.

2014 Edited by Hausmerk

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Ferdinand

The Ferdinand chair mixes two traditional materials, metal and wood, into an elegant and versatile chair. It's tactile silhouette makes it an ideal chair for any in- or outdoor occasion, switching from dining table to terrace in a heartbeat.

2013 Available for edition.

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Royale

Soft, voluptuous shapes. An accumulation of layers. A modest but welcoming character. It all adds up to Royale, an armchair and ottoman. The idea behind Royale was to immerse people in comfort. Due to a special internal structure the back is able to bend slightly backwards, giving Royale the kind of comfort that is fit for a king (and queen).

2011 Edited by Indera

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Waffles

The name ‘Waffles’ is a tribute to vintage sneakers from the ‘70s and a promise to potential customers that their feet are in for a real treat.

We wanted to craft an environment similar to that of a candy store. White tiles covering both the wall behind the counter and the counter itself generate the desired atmosphere. All shelves are in the form of simplified waffles: the material used is coated foam, which refers to the pliancy of sneaker soles, especially those found on earlier models. A reflective backdrop allows shoppers to see shoes from both sides.

What’s more, the experience of shopping at Waffles is enhanced with the delicious aroma of waffles sprayed throughout the shop each day.

2007

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Dome

Dome is a simple table mirror with soft minimalistic looks. Place it as a focal point in the living room or as a decorative piece in the hallway. Or simply use it as a make-up mirror in the bedroom.

2015 Edited by Hausmerk

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Elements bookends

Inspired by bold architectural shapes, the Elements bookends create graphical patterns whenever combined with both fiction and non-fiction.

2015 Edited by Hausmerk

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Elements letter holder

Like all parts of the Elements family of desk accessories, graphic architectural shapes inspired the making of this letter holder. Besides letters it’s also suitable for holding napkins, papers and business cards.

2015 Edited by Hausmerk

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Soil

Soil is a series of illustrations that give an artistic representation of the earth beneath these houseplants. Printed directly on 12mm thick poplar plywood.

2015 Edited by Hausmerk

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Pli

Pli is a set of graphical small containers to welcome your small belongings. The name 'Pli' means 'fold' in French. This reflects the fact that each marble base is carved in a particular way to guide the stored items: A downward fold guides them to the center while an upward fold creates two separate storage areas. Each of the three sizes is made with a different marble.

2015 Edited by La Chance

About

Beaverhausen is a Brussels based design bureau founded by Mimy A. Diar and Ad Luijten. We deliver ideas that have pure readable lines with a strong story telling appeal, ideally resulting in beautiful crafted objects for everyday use that can be cherished for many years to come.


Our focus extends from furniture and accessories to interior design and creative direction. So far we have collaborated with several international editors such as Matière Grise (FR), La Chance (FR) and Indera (BE).


Beaverhausen also initiated Hausmerk, a contemporary Belgium design label. All Hausmerk objects are designed, developed and marketed by us. This hands-on approach enables us to create well-constructed products that meet market needs with a unique visual identity.

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Phone

+32 (0) 486 622 657

+32 (0) 494 800 275

Address

Avenue Van Volxem 475

1190 Brussels

Belgium

(Strictly by appointment only)

Hausmerk

Hausmerk

Hausmerk is a brand new Belgian design company founded in 2014 by Beaverhausen. With Hausmerk we strive to offer consumers a surprising selection of contemporary home accessories all proudly made in Belgium and designed by us.

The name Hausmerk is derived from ‘huismerk’, which is Dutch for private label and, more importantly, also means 'home brand'.


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