strech materials to the limit  2018 Alain Six
strech materials to the limit ©2018 Alain Six
©SiX2017__D3B7394_mHR carving 2020 Alain Six
carving ©2020 Alain Six
 pour off moulding clay 2020 alain six
pour off moulding clay ©2020 alain six
© 2020 copyright protected Artworks,Photography & Graphic Design! materials research 2020 Alain Six
materials research ©2020 Alain Six
© 2020 copyright protected Artworks,Photography & Graphic Design! personalize 2020 Alain Six
personalize ©2020 Alain Six
 Drisag Frame 21 (BE) 2016 Alain Six
Drisag Frame 21 (BE) ©2016 Alain Six
© 2020 copyright protected Artworks,Photography & Graphic Design! hands-on 2020 Alain Six
hands-on ©2020 Alain Six
© 2018 copyright protected Artworks,Photography & Graphic Design! materials research 2019 Alain Six
materials research ©2019 Alain Six
KPZN7635 translucency comparison 2020 Alain Six
translucency comparison ©2020 Alain Six
© 2020 copyright protected Artworks,Photography & Graphic Design! trial and error 2020 Alain Six
trial and error ©2020 Alain Six
 wood turning 2018 Alain Six
wood turning ©2018 Alain Six
 CC Belgica Huis van Winckel (BE) 2015 alain six
CC Belgica Huis van Winckel (BE) ©2015 alain six
 leather upholstery 2016 Alain Six
leather upholstery ©2016 Alain Six
 assembling 2016 alain six
assembling ©2016 alain six
 experimental modelling 2018 Alain Six
experimental modelling ©2018 Alain Six
_2017©SiX__D3B7336 playful _ as always 2017 Alain Six
playful _ as always ©2017 Alain Six

approach

 

James Van Vossel is a versatile designer with a constant need for innovation and an irrepressible stubbornness to achieve his goal. His drive is not to just put another object on the market, but to reform archetypes, searching and questioning them with a constant flow of new insights. In 2006, he established his all- embracing brand JAMES ̇ ̇ ̇ ̇.

 

His range of products reflects his quest to obtain clear, balanced and functional objects. The unique, limited and industrially produced creations all arise from sketches, translated into real life models in his own modest studio. More often than not, he finds solutions through manual material interventions. James breathes passion and provokes an inspiring mindset.                                   

 

from his upcoming book MOCK-UP,  Maarten Demetter