About

This is Buxkin, and we have been developing ever since we started; scroll down to find out how we have been doing this in the past years!

 

April 2015 Buxkin was born;
After many years in fabrics and contemporary design and serving Architects & Designers, Veldhoen & Dijkgraaf met and worked together, at the Swiss carpet manufacturer Ruckstuhl. In 2012, Veldhoen started the research that led to the first designs of Buxkin: a redefinition of materials used in the shoe industry, produced till wall and upholstery decorating ribs and stripes. In close cooperation with her suppliers Buxkin developed the leather into a material suitable for interior surfaces.

 

April 2017 – 2.0 due to technology development – Ribbed Textile Specialist
Large 2.0 and Jumbo are  april 2017 innovations. ‘Due to cross-over technology we’re able to offer precisely manufactured Ribs, in several sizes -Small till Super Jumbo – with  variation in backing: from felt, leather to paper. With perforated upper and lower layers; depending of esthetical desires and acoustic ones.’ Veldhoen en Dijkgraaf proudly presented first previews of these great developments. Writting history in textile industry!

 

Contributing to a greener, well designed future, with like-minded firms
With Buxkin we took an initiating attitude in contributing to a greener future by pursuing sustainable cooperation with like-minded firms. Cooperating with companies in the packaging-industry gave us the opportunity to provide the market with lightweight textile products. Paper is an outstanding, green base for our textile collection.  The graphic lines that originate from paper industry fit Buxkins preference to combine minimalistic contemporary design with natural material choices.  This design language makes Buxkin highly aesthetically pleasing besides the acoustical benifits. We are striving to cooperate with local companies  to make production as sustainable, efficient and clean as possible. 

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Jan Veldhoen
Wilma Dijkgraaf