There was a lot going on at the Schellensfabriek during DDW this year including an exhibition by Henrik Vibskov, C-Fabriek collective, a floating spa and mobile tea shop. Design.nl looked around and gives you some of...
What do you get when you mix Spanish sweet makers, a Japanese architect and an Amsterdam retail space? A sweet shop with a difference, that’s for sure.
We’ve never seen the Designhuis looking better than last Friday for the opening of the “Eating by Design” exhibition, curated by Marije Vogelzang.
In preparation for next month’s opening of “Food Culture: Eating by Design” at the Designhuis in Eindhoven we talk to two of the most interesting food designers working today.
During the so-called break-out session organized by Premsela at the What Design Can Do conference, Honey & Bunny showed participants that food is anything but static.
From 23 until 30 October 2011, Eindhoven will be the centre of creativity during Dutch Design Week.
A disused cinema complex was the setting for the fifth edition of Eat Drink Design, where food-related work by the likes of Joost van Bleijswijk, Grondvormen and Klaas Kuiken was on show.
This year’s Menu (travelling culture) festival hosts a number of food-related events, including a mobile kitchen by Joost van Bleiswijk and seed nursery by Kiki van Eijk.
How about a bit of DIY design? The Instructables Restaurant at this year's PICNIC encouraged visitors to make and improve upon all kinds of products. We talked to co-founder Arne Hendriks.
A installation of hay crate food-warmers and preserved vegetables on pedestals formed the centerpieces of a dinner for food industry guests designed by Katja Gruijters that aimed to highlight food intake and waste.