„Everything has its right proportions.”
Greece is an important source of inspiration for designer Gerard Vollenbrock (1949). In his studio on the island of Serifos he works his designs through to sketches and working drawings. The same went for the successful Scylla, named after a nymph in the Greek legend in which the daughter of Poseidon ends dramatically as a sea monster. To put Scylla together he used the Golden Dimensions because they are ancient and timeless. But his Dutch background is more than evident in his designs. So Vollenbrock unites two worlds! In doing so, he uses straight lines, simple and clear form and construction, elegant but discreet modern materials.