Posts tagged "dutch design"
Experience in Motion collection by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe

Experience in Motion collection by Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe

Design duo Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe will, in collaboration with Volvo, present their brand-new Experience in Motion collection during Dutch Design Week. Technological advances and social developments are set to radically change driving in the foreseeable future. The designers have investigated the characteristics of the Volvo brand and created a mobile experience befitting...
The Second Self Laboratory

The Second Self Laboratory

The Second Self Laboratory is the graduation project from the Design Academy Eindhoven by Jan Pieter Kaptein. The project will be exhibited at both the school and at the Van Abbemuseum during the Dutch Design Week 2013. At the Second Self Laboratory you can try out different social roles by wearing different costumes. You can be a...
A Scratch by Joost van Bleiswijk

A Scratch by Joost van Bleiswijk

Two years ago Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk scratched away typical ‘Delft Blue glazed drawing’ in the development of his Poor Man’s Gold project for the Zuiderzeemuseum. The process resulted in the outcome of a new pattern, which he gave the name Scratch. It was used first on ceramic plates for the museum commission. Now...
A chair for charity

A chair for charity

The first Design Auction at the Venduehuis in The Hague, happens tomorrow on October 10, 2012. Several unique seating objects, created by renowned Dutch designers, will be sold by auction with the slogan ‘a chair for charity’. The list of designers involved includes Maarten Baas, Ted Noten, Richard Hutten and Kiki van Eijk to mention...
Dutch design beyond design by Designboost

Dutch design beyond design by Designboost

DESIGNBOOST – Dutch design beyond design takes place on Friday October 28 at Evoluon in Eindhoven. The objective of DESIGNBOOST – ”Dutch Design Beyond Design” is to make everybody question, reach awareness and think in new paths. Our world and our society are changing rapidly, which also means a changing role for design and the designer....