it’s time to ignore someone else’s opinion and opt for the ‘ Ignore Amsterdam ‘ brand.
Ignore Amsterdam is a Dutch design studio. Ingore Amsterdam develops furniture and interior accessories with a minimalist character. All products are developed with full focus on the designs themselves. This enables ignoring to encourage people to make conscious interior choices.
Would we make decisions if we ignore all the stimuli around us and focus only on what we really like? Ignore does so and you will read in this blog why.
Ignore Amsterdam works with designers who share the ignore vision on design. Together they have developed a powerful minimalist collection. All products are designed in the Netherlands. 90% is also produced in the Netherlands.
Ignore Amsterdam is an initiative of Julien van Hassel, who collaborates under this label with various designers. To create a versatile collection together with minimalist design as the common thread. The Show vase is a design by Julien herself. The Dance table and the Look mirrors are designs by designer Marc Th. Van der Voorn from Utrecht. Before Julien founded neglect he worked for various design labels, especially in sales and marketing in which positions he also attended many trade shows. There he especially missed design in a sleek minimalist style. His motivation to start his own design label.
‘Designed like nobody’s watching.’ The dance is not your average side table. The Ignore Amsterdam table plays with the limits of balance because it has only two legs that differ in size. To enhance the sleek design of the dance, it is made from a single sheet of powder-coated steel. The dance was designed by Marc Th. van der Voorn. This Dutch designer has a strong connection with minimalism, which fits perfectly with the ignore label. The dance is 43 cm high and available in three colors. Anthracite, white and red-brown.
The look is the focal point in the house, designed as a jewel on the wall. At the same time a handy place for your keys, telephone or to leave a message. “The fact that the mirror ‘separates’ from the wall gives this minimalist design extra depth. We were immediately enthusiastic when developing the first prototype,” says designer Marc van der Voorn of Ignore Amsterdam. The look combines beauty with functionality. Because every interior is different. You can choose between a round or a square mirror and between the colors anthracite, white and red-brown.