Studio Rens & Constant
Studio RENS is most inspired by how Constant managed to seek freedom in his work, moving between all kinds of disciplines and worlds, from two-dimensional to three-dimensional and as a painter, artist, and architect. “He dares to look further and does not allow himself to be caught in a box. You can sense this versatility in his forms but also certainly in his use of color. In the works he has designed for Spectrum, for example, you can see the architect in him. His abstract imagery leaves room for his own interpretation but at the same time he dares to stand for something.”
This is also where they see the connection between themselves and Constant: “As a studio we also operate in different disciplines. Sometimes as designers, sometimes as researchers, sometimes as concept thinkers and story visualizers – and doing so in an abstract visual language to make it understandable for ourselves and for the viewer.”
They point to New Babylon as an enormously inspiring and important project to them, as it brings so many elements together.