Richard van der Laken has been all over the Dutch media this past week pushing the What Design Can Do conference. In this op-ed for national newspaper De Volkskrant he argues that designers must take over from...
Peter Kolkman has switched from graphic to product design and says he thinks designing and producing shoud be one and the same. His new wooden iPhone and iPad covers are already popular in Japan.
Piet Hein Eek’s rough and ready aesthetic has been united with Ruinart, the world’s oldest champagne house for which the designer created new wooden packaging.
Fashion designer Mattijs van Bergen has been selected by an international committee as the Dutch candidate for the upcoming European final of the reputable International Woolmark Prize.
The annual design conference What Design Can Do will be held in Amsterdam on 16 and 17 May, Design.nl caught up with organizer and initiator Richard van der Laken about his hopes for this year’s edition.
Merel Karhof uses a series of windmills to create a series of upholstered objects – it is a complete and clean industry. Finding and then controlling the wind is her biggest obstacle.
An overview of the work of Maria Blaisse will be published next week in a book titled The Emergence of Form.
International Herald Tribune design critic Alice Rawsthorn’s new book “Hello World” is a great and important read. A few of the most interesting names in contemporary Dutch design make it into her narrative on how...
Design has found its spot among the 17th century masterpieces in the newly renovated Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
When design is removed from its usual context during the Milan Furniture fair, it gains a totally new appreciation, as seen in the exhibition at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum.