Dam Swindle collaborate with Dutch design agency Robuust on new collection

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The production and dj duo have collaborated with Robuust Amsterdam on the release of new homeware for record collectors.

The collaboration first sprung to life back in 2020 when Dam Swindle were approached by the design agency to reimagine homeware and vinyl inspired objects. The ‘Minimalist Living | Maximum Volume’ collection is the result of their combined efforts and currently consist of 3 objects: Frame01, Cube01 and Booth01.

The goal of the project was to create items which would be functional and innovative in their approach to creation – drawing upon principles which have long supported both musical principles and interior design.


Frame01 is wall mounted with a minimalist design that plays with perspective for a unique piece of art on any wall. Cube 01 is a geometric storage module that plays with symmetry and angles for a stylish way to organise your records. Booth 01, is a made to order customisable bamboo and steel sideboard to organise records and HiFi. They are available from Robuust.

Dam Swindle are the figureheads behind Heist Recordings, a record label which has evolved prominently over many years and has released material which first caught the attention of the Amsterdam interior design agency, Robuust.

The range is available exclusively at Phonica in the UK.


The founders of Heist Recordings have worked with interior designers Robuust Amsterdam.