Monstera part of Plant Fever at CID

Monday November 2nd, 2020

Plant Fever

Plant Fever proposes to look at the future of design from this new vegetal perspective, moving from a human-centred to a phyto-centred design. Spanning from products and fashion items to material research, open-source devices and emerging technologies, a selection of approx. 50 exhibits – representing the work of creatives from more than 20 countries – will investigate notions such as plant blindness, eco-feminism, forestry, biomimicry and upcycling, but also post-colonialism and cultural landscapes.


The CID – centre for innovation and design at Grand-Hornu aims to promote contemporary design through a programme of exhibitions and mediation activities, highlighting innovation, experimental research, the emergence of new themes and horizons for research in design, architecture and graphic art. 

Monstera part of Collect 2018

Tuesday February 20th, 2018

collect mint monstera

The Monstera planters are part of Collect 2018.

Collect 2018

Collect (The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects) brings together 40 galleries from four continents for a celebration of making, extraordinary in both scale and scope. Museum-quality works and installations from hundreds of the most talented makers in the UK, USA, South Korea, Japan, France, Norway, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden will offer visitors and collectors a multidisciplinary overview of the people, processes, materials and ideas defining international craft in 2018.

Monstera & Mint

Mint gallery (London) has curated a selection of contemporary, collectable objects that range from experimental works by established designers and new talents pushing the boundaries of what craft and design can be to special commissions in the fields of furniture, lighting, ceramics and glassware design. The Monstera planters are part of this.

Visit Mint

between 22 – 25 February 2018 at Stand 4.5
Saatchi Gallery  Duke of York’s HQ  King’s Road   London  SW3 4RY

Dutch Design Week 2016

Friday December 9th, 2016

This Dutch Design Week I am part of #springtij; a group of five young designers who bound their skills especially for the Dutch Design Week 2016. We present the Magic Of Craft. During our expo we will all reveal a part of the creation process of our work, a sneak peek into our world.

The Monstera family is traveling the world since it saw the light of day. This year at the Dutch Design Week you can discover the story of how the Monstera planters are brought to life. You can also meet the third member: the Monstera Crescens. The Monstera will be exhibited together with the smaller Carnivora planters, who are eager to be taken away.

Piet Hein Eek
Halvemaanstraat 30
5651 BP Eindhoven

Opened daily 10.00-21.00. Check or for more information.


Exhibition Ceramic Centre Tegelen

Tuesday September 20th, 2016



The Carnivora planters are part of the exhibition ‘Dutch Design’, starting 30 September in centre of ceramics Tiendschuur in Tegelen, The Netherlands. This exhibition, in collaboration with Thomas Eyck, shows a cross-section of Dutch ceramic design. At all objects, playing with form and function is essential.

The Carnivora are exhibited together with work of i.a. Aldo Bakker, Kiki van Eijk and Hella Jongerius.

This show is a collaboration with the Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Höhr-Grenzhausen in Germany, near Koblenz. After the exhibition in Tegelen, the show will move to Germany. So that visitors from the German ceramic museum can also enjoy Dutch Design.

Dutch Design runs form 30 September 2016 until 15  January 2017.
Location: Tiendschuur. Kasteellaan 8, 5932 AG in Tegelen, The Netherlands.
Open: Tuesday till Sunday from 11.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. For presentations during the show and more info go to or

Carnivora in Londen and Venice

Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Coming soon to London and Venice: the work of designer Tim van de Weerd whose playful plant pot family, Carnivora will be exhibited during the Architecture Biënnale in Venice. The trend setting London Mint Shop will also show the Carnivora as one of the new season design highlights during the spring exhibition, Spring Forms. The exceptional design of the Carnivora makes one think of a live animal, which lives in a symbiotic state with the plant it holds.

Tim van de Weerd is enjoying success. During the biannual Architecture Biënnale in Venice, his work, Carnivora will be exhibited at the renowned design event,, and for the second year running, his work will be shown in the London Mint Shop. His Monstera series was recognized by the internationally renowned trend forecaster, Lidewij Edelkoort, who selected Tim’s eccentric plant pots for the Designing Lightness exhibition. Tim’s work keeps company with the exclusive likes of watch brand Rado, whose newest collection was introduced by Designing Lightness in 2016.


Ceramics in Venice
The small, frolicksome Carnivora pots combine a playful energy with classical elegance, each piece unique with their individually formed thin porcelain feet. The curators of Veniceartfactory, who also organized exhibitions during the Biënnale Venice 2015, were taken with these characteristic pieces and invited Tim van de Weerd to show his plant pot family at the first edition of This event heralds the most groundbreaking design, with a focus this year on wood, glass and ceramics. A select group of designs will be shown at various locations in Venice, the Carnivora being part of the group show in Palazo Loredan, the Venetian Institute of Science, Literature and Art.

Hip in London

Each year the London Mint Shop selects the best work from various design trade shows to present at their spring exhibition. During the Dutch Design Week 2014, Tim van de Weerd’s large, exalted Monstera plant pots were selected. The following year, the smaller, sprightly Carnivora pots catched their eye at the Dutch Design Week and were selected for their exhibition in 2015. The Mint Shop is renowned for having a keen eye for trends, details and aesthetics. It is no wonder, therefore, that Tim van de Weerd, whose work breathes natural elegance and sports surprising details, has been selected once again.

The exposition Spring Forms in the London Mint Shop (2 North Terrace, Alexander Square, London SW3 2BA) runs from May 12th to June 10th, 2016. For more information, see runs from May 25th to June 26th, 2016. Tims’ work can be seen at the Palazo Loredan – Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, San Marco 2945, 30124 Venice. For more information, see, and



Designing Lightness by Lidewij Edelkoort

Sunday March 20th, 2016

March 17 – 21, 2016
Graf & Schelbe Gallery, Basel

Monstera Magnifica is part of ‘Designing Lightness’, an exhibition curated by Lidewij Edelkoort for Rado,  the Swiss producer of luxurious timepieces.

“The contemporary design scene is on a quest for lightness. From the streamlining of ceramics to the use of transparencies or the injection of air, objects are set afloat and embedded with an ethereal energy that corresponds to our desire for a lighter existence. Material is the message and mindfulness is the movement.

Rado has invited world‐renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort to curate a design exhibition that illustrates this tendency. By bringing together innovative works by international designers, Edelkoort and her team will show how a “weightless” socio‐cultural philosophy is being previewed in design today.”

(Photo’s by Daniel Infanger:

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Monstera’s at the Dutch Fashion Fair

Monday January 18th, 2016


The Monstera Magnifica en de Monstera Fugiens are on show during the Dutch Fashion Fair at the Amsterdam Rai. Next Sunday 24 and Monday 24th of January the distinctive planters are part of the trend installation Futureland, a collaboration between Modefabriek and Buro Jantrendman. In this new world, products are ‘handcrafted’ using digital tools and we discover a more natural and conscious way of living thanks to high-tech technology. Art and design, alpha and beta, age-old oppositions in a new co-existence.


Location: A’dam Rai, hall between District A en C.
Open: Sunday 24 and Monday from 10.00 a.m. till 18.00 uur p.m.

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Buy directly from the designer

Sunday January 17th, 2016


Next Sunday 24th and Monday, January 25th features Vechtclub Xl the first edition of the Ontwerpsalon. Ontwerpsalon is a fair where designers showcase and sell their own products. Retailers can enrich their collection, but also other design lovers are welcome for special interior- and fashion accessories.

Tim van de Weerd presents here his Carnivora plant pots that seem to wonder off with their plants. Furthermore, like other designers, he opens the doors of his studio. A unique opportunity to take a look behind the scenes!

Tim van de Weerd is present in his studio ( D 1.2) on sunday. On Monday you can get for more information at ceramics studio Twaalf Zestig (in studio C 1.2).

Location : Vechtclub XL – Europalaan 2B , Utrecht
Open : Sunday, January 24th from 11:00 to 17:00 , Monday, January 25th from 13:00 to 18:00
Blogger Tour: 15:00 both days.

Dutch Design Week 2015

Tuesday September 29th, 2015


This year Tim van de Weerd will once again be attending the biggest design event of Northern Europe: The Dutch Design Week 2015 in Eindhoven. He will be showing his newest designs, the planter family Carnivora, as well as the Monstera Magnifica and Monstera Fugiens from the design week’s previous edition.

Earlier this year Tim was selected for Driving Dutch Design, a special talent development program by ABN AMRO, the Association of Dutch Designers (BNO) and the Dutch Design Week. The program offers fifteen talented Dutch designers the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills by following masterclasses, workshops and personal coaching. The participating designers also exhibit their work at the Klokgebouw during the Dutch Design Week under the heading Momentum.

Join Tim!
The Dutch Design Week 2015 runs from October 17 to 25. Tim’s work is exhibited in the Klokgebouw (Klokgebouw 50, 5617 AB Eindhoven, open daily from 11.00-18.00)