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  • Sharon Turner

    Lace Fence ~ Brainchild of young Dutch designer Joep Verhoeven in 2005 as part of his graduation project at Design Academy Eindhoven and exhibited at the academy’s show in Milan during the furniture fair in April 2006. He formed, "The Lace Fence" design team and took the production to India. The design, was one of the highlights at Milan in 2006, and is being produced by ID Fence of Bangalore.

  • Amanda Hofmann

    Lace Fence - metal fabric transforming chain link fences into lace patterns

  • Kelly Foreman

    A different kind of street art: our school has fences

  • Hannah Rieth

    Chain link fence art by Joep Verhoeven.

  • Lynn Lemyre

    DIY Projects & DIY Crafts – FP DIY Blog Category | Free People Blog | Page 51

  • Lisa Lazar

    Lace Fence by young Dutch design team Demakersvan is going into production in India. Based on factory-made chainlink security fences, Lace Fence contains decorative elements based on traditional lace patterns.

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