The B.B. Collection consists of a dining table and matching dining chairs, reminiscent of Wanders’ New antique collection. This style is reflected in the dining table, which has a top in MDF, available in black or transparent finishes. The weight of the classical archetypal forms is contrasted by the lightness of thin and transparent plastic.
MARCEL WANDERSBorn in 1963 in the Netherlands, he grew up in Boxtel and graduated with honors from the Arnhem School of Arts in 1988. His fame began with the iconic Knotted Chair, which he designed for Droog Design in 1996. He is currently working for the most important European companies of contemporary design.
In 2000 he founded Moooi, which has grown into an internationally recognized brand. He also works on projects in the area of architecture and interior design and has recently also entered the world of home accessories.
Marcel was the director of the 2005 International Design Yearbook. In the same year, together with Chef Peter Lute, he created the extraordinary concept of LUTE SUITES hospitality, itinerant suites in different locations of a city. He also designed the interiors of the Blits, a new restaurant in Rotterdam, and the interiors of the ‘Thor’ restaurant at the Hotel on Rivington in New York, which includes bars, lounges, and a private club. Marcel is the first and still is among the most important designers of Droog design. He was a member of the jury in various international awards such as the Rotterdam Design Prize (for which his products have been nominated several times) and the Kho Liang prize. He has lectured at SFMoMA, Limn, the Design Academy, Nike, IDFA, FutureDesignDays and has taught in various design academies in the Netherlands and abroad.
Several projects by Marcel Wanders have been selected for the most important collections and design exhibitions in the world, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and San Francisco, the V&A Museum in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Central Museum in Utrecht, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Copenhagen and various Droog Design exhibitions. Articles on Marcel have been published in all leading design magazines and in newspapers such as Domus, Interni, Blueprint, Design Report, Frame, I.D. magazine, Living, Wallpaper, Nylon, Elle decoration, Icon, Esquire, the International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, the Financial Times, the New York Times and Business Week.