Sustainable Dutch Design presented during ‘GOED’, May 9-18

9 May 2014 — 18 May 2014
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From May 9 through May 18, Robbert Zoon will present ‘Goed, Good Stuff from Holland‘, a series of eco-design products at concept store GGrippo art + design in Williamsburg. Zoon will introduce the world’s first electric wooden bike, a floor that generates energy, bags made from used conveyor belts, and more eco-conscious Dutch design.

On May 8, the opening will take place from 6-9pm.

On May 13, Robbert Zoon will launch the first electric wooden bike at the GOED business event from 6-9pm. Piet Brandjes (CEO and co-designer of Bough Bikes) will give a short presentation on his wooden bicycle. Michel Smit (CEO of Energy Floors) and Dinand Stufkens (industrial designer of Kazmok bags) will also be present that night to share their stories. For more information, see here (by invitation only).

Robbert Zoon

Dutch man Robbert Zoon has been working in the field of sustainability, corporate social responsibility and meaningful lifestyle since 2005. As a consultant he helps sustainable Dutch companies doing business in New York.

GGrippo art + design

GGrippo art + design has been at the leading edge of sustainable design in New York since established by Argentine-born New Yorker GGrippo. His Williamsburg space features a curated selection of works by local and international designers. GGrippo also carries his own collection of up-cycled clothing and lifestyle accessories produced expertly at his in-house atelier. Eco sensitivity, ethical manufacturing and pioneering the arts are at the core of his values and he is proud to host GOED during New York Design Week.