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Newsletter #196


Newsletter #196

This week on Design.nl we see how Atelier Remy & Veenhuizen create a new house for Miffy in Utrecht and we talk with Studio Formafantasma about a debate they participated in in Stockholm about the necessity of a design museum and how the arguments can be translated back to the Dutch situation. Jewellery designer Gitte Nygaard shows us how one man's coal is another man's diamond in her latest collection named Back to Kawaii and talk with People of the Labyrinths which is hosting a fashion, art and design project in London this fashion week. Also this week, third year Amfi students impressed us with some excellent branding films that premiered at Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam.


Black to Kawaii

Black to Kawaii

Jewellery designer Gitte Nygaard opts-out of traditional materials for jewellery making and instead shows us ‘Japanese diamonds’ in her latest Binchotan necklaces.

Miffy gets a new house

Miffy gets a new house

After a successful collaboration with various Dutch fashion designers, the Centraal Museum Utrecht has commissioned design duo Atelier Remy & Veenhuizen to create a series of furniture for the Dick Bruna House.

Why Design Museums Matter

Why Design Museums Matter

Two Dutch voices – Studio Formafantasma and Li Edekoort were recently invited to Sweden to contribute to the country’s on-going debate about why establishing a design museum is so important.  We met up with Simone...

Amfi Fashion Films

Amfi Fashion Films

The standard of films shown last month by third year branding students from Amfi were an unexpeted treat.  Brilliant concepts and impressive art direction lent the premiere a professionalism way beyond the level more...

Living Room at London Fashion Week

Living Room at London Fashion Week

People of the Labyrinths curate an exhibition of fashion, art and design at London’s B&N gallery in Shoreditch.

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