Annelies de Leede
In 1998, De Leede and Liesbeth Bonekamp were asked to design the yearly museum object for the National Glass Museum in the Netherlands. They designed a small blue, matted round vase with a yellow core. This design also showcased a distinct fascination for working with layers by De Leede. Together with Bonekamp, she is part of the freelance design team assigned by Royal Leerdam. De Leede currently works as course leader at the Industrial Design department of the Utrecht School of the Arts. She was previously employed at Dutch telecom company PTT Nederland as part of the Art and Design department. She also started her own design studio: OAK. Her work can be found at MoMa in New York, among others.