:host { --enviso-primary-color: #FF8A21; --enviso-secondary-color: #FF8A21; font-family: 'boijmans-font', Arial, Helvetica,sans-serif; } .enviso-basket-button-wrapper { position: relative; top: 5px; } .enviso-btn { font-size: 22px; } .enviso-basket-button-items-amount { font-size: 12px; line-height: 1; background: #F18700; color: white; border-radius: 50%; width: 24px; height: 24px; min-width: 0; display: flex; align-items: center; justify-content: center; text-align: center; font-weight: bold; padding: 0; top: -13px; right: -12px; } Previous Next Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Tiktok Linkedin Back to top

Ask anything


Thank you. Your question has been submitted.

Unfortunately something has gone wrong while sending your question. Please try again.

Request high-res image

More information

For the exhibition 'Het ontstaan der dingen' [The way things came about], Dick van Hoff, in a reaction to the large number of largely superfluous electric kitchen aids, designed four prototypes that are operated by hand, just as they were in the past. The kitchen machine, blender, mixer and juicer, made of cast iron, porcelain, glass and oak, are fitted with tooth and fly wheels, so that each kitchen chore is simplicity itself.

Read more Read less

Collection book

Collection book Order


Title mixer
Material and technique Cast iron, chrome, ceramics and wood
Object type
Mixer > Household equipment > Kitchen and household > Utensil
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Height 30 cm
Diameter 22 cm
Artists Designer: Dick van Hoff
Accession number V 2257 d1 - d3 (KN&V)
Credits Purchased with the support of Mondriaan Fund, 2003
Department Applied Arts & Design
Acquisition date 2003
Creation date in 2003
Internal exhibitions Hand Made - Long Live Craft (2013)

Do you have corrections or additional information about this work? Please, send us a message

All about the artist

Dick van Hoff

Amsterdam 1971

Bekijk het volledige profiel