A lot of Wout his work derives from extensive material experimenting. In 1993 was a new break-trough. Wout created his own formula for patinating copper, and the result was quite remarkable. This material would become the start of a great new line of designs.
For a countryside villa, Wout created lights and furniture in patinated copper. As the warm reddish tint and depth from the patina is found throughout many objects in the house, it creates a cohesive ambiance connecting different spaces in the building. The villa has a open design in which the different spaces aren’t closed off by walls. Therefore, you can see a lot of different objects from a single vantage point.