Industrial artist Ronald Duikersloot makes art pieces that fits the location. He works alongside interior designers from briefing to finishing product. Here you see the Tree Of Life exactly centered in the Planetarium in Amsterdam.
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The Tree of Life

November 21, 2020 - De WildLasser!, Duikersloot (Private works)
The Tree of Life

Project: Planetarium Meeting Center Amsterdam

Interior design by: WERKTERREIN.com

Client: DC Klinieken De Drie Notenbomen

Aftermovie: BeemFlights

Music: crystallise by Lindsey Sterling

Special thx: Interior designer Juan Nibbelink & Peter Oeberius Kapteijn, Guy Esmeijer Sophia Engineering Sander Eversdijk, Waterman Installatietechniek B.V. (Robin) & Woodindustries for sending me the right color Recycled wood for the finishing layer.You Rock!

Object 1: A solid 8 meter Tree with bar Atelier Rust & Dust in collaboration with RebZart

Object 2: <Special> lifesize oak trees; cleaned/ naturally dried in a twist/ treated on steel pedestal – A 100% sustainable art projectplease see IkWilOak.nl

Object 3: Heavy Steel table pedestals

Object 4: <Recycled> graffiti painted chairs

Object 5: Birch trees <in series>

Object 1: A solid 8 meter Tree with bar Atelier Rust & Dust in collaboration with RebZart

Object 2: <Special> lifesize oak trees; cleaned/ naturally dried in a twist/ treated on steel pedestal – A 100% sustainable art projectplease see IkWilOak.nl

Object 3: Heavy Steel table pedestals

Object 4: <Recycled> graffiti painted chairs

Object 5: Birch trees <in series>