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The Senz umbrella effortlessly slices through the wind, from a summer breeze to a heavy storm. Due to its smart design, the Senz Original umbrella will not invert, and is windproof up to 100 km/h! Playing with the wind has never been more fun!
Senz° umbrellas was founded in 2006 by three students from the Technical University in Delft. The pure frustration of traditional round umbrellas, which invariably flipped inside out in high winds, led them to develop the senz° storm umbrella. A totally unique design, the senz° umbrella can withstand storm like winds, whilst allowing good visibility and a comfortable grip. Having won pretty much every design award out there senz° is very much on the map; Dutch Design Award (NL), red dot (D), iF Gold (D), Observeur Star (F), Good Design Award (JP), Design Management Europe Award (UK), IDEA Gold (USA). TIME Magazine (USA), also named them as one of the best inventions of the year. senz° is based in Delft and is active in 50 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America.
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Eleanor Bolton is a British jewellery and accessories designer based in London. During her MA at the Royal College of Art Eleanor developed a unique craft technique, coiling and hand stitching cotton rope to create lightweight tactile jewellery. Sculptural in quality, Eleanor’s jewellery comes from her focus on an intuitive and sensitive approach to the micro details of making processes, as well as to the precise scale of the pieces. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2010, Eleanor’s designs have received high profile press attention including having her MA graduate collection featured in Vogue Paris. Eleanor’s designs have been showcased in exhibitions at major galleries including the Saatchi Gallery and the V&A in London, the Museum of Arts & Design in New York and Galerie Marzee in the Netherlands.
In 2011 Eleanor’s jewellery designs were selected for ‘Talente’, the annual review of the best new designs in Europe. Eleanor also works to commission with both private and commercial clients. Recent exciting commissions have included designing the window displays for Moussaieff’s Bond Street flagship store as part of British Vogue’s ‘Street Lights’ project, being commissioned by stylist Victoria Young to create jewellery for an advertising campaign and commissions by stylist Jane How for British Vogue. Before studying at the RCA Eleanor completed her BA (Hons) in Jewellery Design at The Cass [London Metropolitan University] and worked for renowned London jewellery designers including Hannah Martin, Laura Tabor and Tatty Devine.
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