The policy papers have been submitted to the government and this week - after almost one year in the planning stages - Het Nieuwe Instituut officially launches.
After weeks of waiting the very first edition of PUPMAG finally fell on our doormat this week, and it was no disappointment. With an abundance of young talent and interviews with established designers – not to mention great photography – this publication has set the bar high.
Design journalist Jeroen Junte follows up his earlier publication on Dutch design with a new book which observes the thin line between art and design. In This is Design? we look at the evolution of design into more than a functional object.
The biennial art and design conference Integrated 2013 from Antwerp brought together artists, architects and designers who are leading the way in new ideas.
Inspired by Nature, why print with normal ink when you can use renewable, natural sources, was the thought behind Today Designers’ latest project: a publication printed with squid ink.
As one if its official ambassadors, Daan Roosegaarde was in Eindhvoven during Dutch Design Week with a discerning eye and a refreshingly upbeat spirit. We had a quick chat over a morning coffee.
The Rijksmuseum invites the public to “Make your own Masterpiece” to celebrate the first anniversary of it’s award-winning digital collection, the so-called “Rijksstudio”.
During Dutch Design Week it became apparent that some designers are shying away from large producers and taking matters into their own hands. Crowdfunding platforms are popping up like mushrooms.
The DAE graduation show under new creative director Widdershoven showed an impressive foray into broader territory. Design has spread its wings and designers are researching ways to tackle society’s biggest challenges.
After last year’s exhibition about food and eating habits, this year The New Institute put on a show about our health. Designing Health takes visitors on a journey through 21st century healthcare.