Posts tagged "dutch"
Can design remain exclusive?

Can design remain exclusive?

Open design now is a new book by Creative Commons Netherlands, the Premsela Dutch design and fashion institute, and Waag Society from BIS Publishers. The book sheds light on the new movement and makes one thing clear: design cannot remain exclusive. Open Design Now is essential reading for designers, businesspeople, decisionmakers, students and anyone concerned...
A metaphor for growth and gaining knowledge

A metaphor for growth and gaining knowledge

For the entrance of Netherlands exam institute CITO Dutch designer Ineke Hans designed an impressive light object. A big tree, metaphor for growth and gaining knowledge, changes colour day and night through a LED heartbeat. For the topfloor – which is one of the highest spots in Arnhem – Ineke Hans designed roof terrace with...
Cubics at Vivid Gallery

Cubics at Vivid Gallery

After an architectural training Jan Slothouber (1918 – 2007) and William Graatsma (1925) worked as architects / designers from 1955 for the Dutch State Mines (DSM). Here they designed the packing, product applications, advertisements and exhibitions and gave the company a recognizable face. Within the information service of DSM the two had an unique position:...