Article in newspaper de Limburger

When I woke up this morning and looked at my phone, I received so many messages and images from friends, family and relatives from back home in Landgraaf, all saying the same: Chloé! You're in the newspaper! 
So in case you can read Dutch; I tried to make a good printscreen from the PFD below :) 

The Materials Farm @ FADfest 2016, Barcelona

Project 'The Materials Farm' @ FADfest 2016, Barcelona - in collaboration with Materfad Barcelona and Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam. 

Donderdag is het al zover! Ik mag dan samen met 2 andere Nederlandse ontwerpers en het Nieuwe Instituut naar Barcelona voor FADfest 2016!

Als onderdeel van het project 'The Materials Farm' gaan we met lokale en internationale ontwerpers en onderzoekers aan de slag om nieuwe materialen te creëren vanuit reststromen. Aangevuld met presentaties, een publiek debat, expositie, en no-waste lunch voor 900 man afkomstig van niet verkochte producten van de grootste markt in Barcelona -


Visiting Notes on Creativity, Ferran Adria @ Marres, Maastricht

It was about time..

This afternoon I went to Marres to check out the Ferran Adrià expo.
His drawing skills resemble those of a four year old, but it’s amazing to see how they are the seeds of something new (techniques, flavors, textures, cutlery or plates) 

It’s difficult to understand his train of thoughts from his Spanish notes, but I guess with a little explanation from him it’s crystal clear for his chefs. 

Certainly an interesting expo, including the El Bulli documentary ‘Cooking in Progress’ that was showed.

FD persoonlijk Top 50 jonge talentvolle ondernemers

4-02-2016 door  fd.persoonlijk 

Welke jonge ondernemende mannen en vrouwen zijn met hun vernieuwende product of dienst onderweg naar de top? FD Persoonlijk belicht in dit talentennummer vijftig beloften. Ze vertellen over hun ambities en de voor- en nadelen van het ‘jonkie’ zijn. Ook geven ze een kijkje in hun smartphone: welke apps zijn favoriet, wie bellen ze voor zakelijk advies en welke zakenrestaurants staan in de agenda?



I started working as Food designer in 2014, when I was still living in a very large student house in the city centre of Eindhoven. When I moved out - I continued working from my apartment, public cafés or libraries. Things went very well, and soon the small kitchen in my apartment wasn’t big enough anymore to prepare a tasting for 90 people.  

October 2015, during the Dutch Design Week, I received the key of my very first studio! 

Now, two months later, it’s finally finished. I’m super grateful and proud, but also thankful to havenice friends and a very handy dad, who helped me making this space exactly like I wanted it to be. 

I couldn’t imagine a better way to start off 2016! Renewed website and a beautiful finished workspace with a huge kitchen to experiment :)