The work of Dutch interior designer Erjan Borren is a rare amalgamation between
classic and contemporary, hinting at his training as an art historian. It is his
distinguished eye for creating eclectic interiors that balance authenticity, character and
function, as well as adding a certain elegant nonchalance to a setting, that has made
him sought-after for residential, corporate and public projects in all corners of the globe.
One of Borren’s forays into industrial design was the 2018 introduction of Stijl, a
collection of tables for Van Rossum, in which a rare sense of harmony is found in an
unanticipated selection of contrasting geometries, materials and forms. It is in
divergence that Borren’s work comes to life.
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