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Newsletter #101


Newsletter #101

Our very last newsletter for the year: we examine how stories shape/manipulate our view of objects, Droog launches new Dutch fashion labels in New York, we take a look at two striking cathedral-inspired spaces - one dedicated to fashion and the other, a guesthouse - and Viktor & Rolf add an enchanting sparkle to de Bijenkorf's Christmas collection. Even though this is our last newsletter, do keep an eye out for new stories over the next few weeks. So as snow falls throughout The Netherlands, we'd like to wish you all a very festive holiday season and New Year, and see you in January 2010. 


Cardboard Cabinet-Cabin

Cardboard Cabinet-Cabin

A cathedral-like cabin composed of cardboard designed by Jeroen van Mechelen accommodates a guest room inside a villa in Switzerland that was carved out of a mountain wall.

'Industrial Cathedral of Fashion'

'Industrial Cathedral of Fashion'

Housed in a former police station, the interior of new Amsterdam streetwear hotspot Precinct 5 designed by KUUB with Pieter Kool, makes a high visual impact on a low budget.

Museum of Arts and Design buys Brajkovic piece

Museum of Arts and Design buys Brajkovic piece

Sebastian Brajkovic's Lathe V chair has been recently purchased by New York's Museum of Arts and Design for their permanent collection.

Droog debuts Dutch fashion in New York

Droog debuts Dutch fashion in New York

Get ready America. Droog brings Dutch fashion labels to NYC, including Corné Gabriëls, Pascale Gatzen, Gluejeans, Painted, orson + bodil and Jan Taminiau.

The Object Without a Story

The Object Without a Story

Questioning how stories shape our view of objects, Andrea Bandoni & Joana Meroz concocted random stories for non-existent objects based upon story typologies and the most commonly used words in design narratives and...

Viktor & Rolf bewitch de Bijenkorf

Viktor & Rolf bewitch de Bijenkorf

Straight out of their newly launched fairy tale book, Viktor & Rolf have put their enchanting touch to department store de Bijenkorf's Christmas gift collection and window displays.

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