Tag: Dutch Design Week
Top Ten (ok twelve) Things to See During Dutch Design Week
The Eindhoven Flower Blooms Again
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Jelle Mastenbroek made a bang in the design world last year and won of the “best technology” Milano Design Award, 2016. His “Data Orchestra” confronts our loss of any sort […]
Pinhole to the East
Siba Sahabi's work surfaces significant Middle Eastern contributions to science, technology and culture buried in history.
To See A World In A Grain Of Sand is a new project by Atelier NL and they want your sand samples.
War, time and Virtual Reality at Dutch Design Week 2016
War and apocalypse were the most dramatic newcomers to this year’s Dutch Design Week. From Modebelofte’s fashion for survival to Léa Donnan’s salvaged crochet blanket tents in the Broken White […]
FLAX Chair by Christien Meindertsma wins the Dutch Design Awards 2016
On Saturday 29 October during Dutch Design Week, the Dutch Design Awards were presented. The winner in the Product category, FLAX Chair by Christien Meindertsma, impressed the international jury on […]
Highlights from Dutch Design Week 2015
Opulence, punk, biology, need, intimacy, refugees and value were just some of the multifarious flavours from Dutch Design Week this year.
De Ceuvel winner of Frame Public Award
This year the Dutch Design Week public has voted for De Ceuvel as the winner of the Frame Public Award. De Ceuvel was nominated in the Habitat category. During the […]
Work with me people
Bart Hess During DDW, Bart Hess organised a workshop at the Klokgebouw site, where visitors were invited to collaborate on different fabrics and projects.
New tools, new consumers, new designers? One of the Eindhoven Academy’s graduates to catch the eye at last year’s Dutch Design Week (DDW), Tal Erez’s MA thesis ‘Socialism: Looking Forward, […]