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Newsletter #115


Newsletter #115

Two very different institutions in London feature Dutch design this week: the Design Museum explores Sustainable Futures while Sotheby's will auction Design Academy graduation works. We hop over to the new Design Museum in Holon, Israel to find out about The State of Things and we hear more about why The Netherlands has become a magnet for foreign designers. In place of our regular Thursday newsletter next week, we'll be sending daily updates live from the Milan Furniture Fair. Until then!


Dutch group shows in Milan 2010

Dutch group shows in Milan 2010

Droog rescues and reinterprets liquidated items (5135 in total) Tuttobene presents their most compact and promising show yet and Dutch Invertuals take an exploratory approach to design.

Foreign Designers who call Holland Home

Foreign Designers who call Holland Home

Feiz, Pakhalé, Libertiny, Carbonell, Minale-Maeda, Marzano: some of the most acclaimed names in Dutch product design today were born outside The Netherlands. What makes Dutch design so unique is that it has such an...

Sustainable Futures

Sustainable Futures

The exhibition Sustainable Futures currently on show at London’s Design Museum highlights pioneering approaches to sustainable design and asks: can design make a difference?

The State of Things

The State of Things

An exhibition at the Design Museum Holon, Israel explores the current state of contemporary design which can be dissected into themes such as New Essentialism, Super Beauty, Social Anxiety and Craft Economy.

red dot award: product design 2010

red dot award: product design 2010

Congratulations to the Dutch winners of this year's red dot award for product design which include Philips Design, Khodi Feiz, VanBerlo, Muller van Tol and more. 

Graduate work for sale

Graduate work for sale

This May, Sotheby's London will sponsor an exhibition/auction of selected works from 2009 Design Academy Eindhoven graduates. Prices range from €100 to €10,000, with all profits going back to the...

Textile shipping containers

Textile shipping containers

For the exhibition Portscapes currently showing at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Overtreders W fashioned shipping containers out of fabric.

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