Dutch design talent Sarah Anne Rootert will attend the

Münich Trade Fair 2019 from 13 to 17 March

with her marquetery tables ‘Amboina’


15th January 2019 The Hague - Sarah Anne Rootert (24 yr),

furniture and pattern designer, shows a piece of history of

the Moluccan culture with her graduation project ‘Amboina’.

The patterns, inspired by the ‘Art Deco’ style, symbolise this

culture and are manually inlaid into three wooden tables.

During the upcoming edition of the ‘Münich Trade Fair 2019’

iGermany, she will present her tables to aninternational

audience for the first time and compete for the

‘Talente 2019’ award.


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Sarah Anne Rootert brings history to life by applying cultural elements in her craft designs. Her motto is “The past

has still a lot to share with us.” She truly believes that the traditional marquetery will make a come-back and grow into

a worldwide trend. Currently she is at the cradle of this trend with her graduation project ‘Amboina’. She conceived a contemporary pattern with forms based on Moluccan culture and inspired by the ‘Art Deco’ style. 


Sarah Anne Rootert graduated in 2018 from the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague, specialisation Interior Architecture and Furniture Design. She was selected for participation at ‘Talente 2019’ by the organisation of the international handicraft & design fair in Munich. In total 103 international talents were selected from 30 countries, including 5 Dutch talents. The goal of ‘Talente 2019’ is to give young talents the chance to show their work to an

international audience.

During the Trade Fair Münich Sarah Anne Rootert can be found at the fair from Wednesday 13th untill Sunday 17th

March 2019. Every day the fair can be visited from 9.30 am to 6 pm.


More information? Download the press kit, with high res images, at

or contact Sarah Anne Rootert by e-mail: or mobile: +31 6 31 68 97 03

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