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Newsletter #216


Newsletter #216

After a few weeks of summer holidays, Design.nl is back in full force with news from the Olympics, Dutch Design Awards and Design Academy Eindhoven, among others. We can announce that Guus Beumer is to head the merger between Premsela, NAi and Virtueel Platform and report back on the DAE situation, in which the Master course heads have returned to their positions. During London 2012, Dutch design was in abundance thanks to Michael van der Ham and Robin Uleman and New York was taken by storm thanks to Tuttobene's group exhibition at the NYIGF. Also this week we give you the three finalists of the Mini Young Designer Awards.


Tuttobene takes on New York

Tuttobene takes on New York

After the now established stand in Milan during the Salone and new success during the London Design Festival this year, Tuttobene has crossed the Atlantic to participate in the New York International Gift Fair.

Finalists Mini Young Designer Award Announced

Finalists Mini Young Designer Award Announced

Today, the selection committee of Dutch Design Awards announced that graphic designer duo Pinar&Viola, (fashion) designer Borre Akkersdijk, and Studio Formafantasma are the finalists for the MINI Young Designer Award...

Gold for Dutch design during Olympics

Gold for Dutch design during Olympics

Design has always played an important part in the Olympic Games and this summer’s edition in London has brought commissions for two Dutch designers – Robin Uleman and Michael van der Ham.

Guus Beumer to head merger

Guus Beumer to head merger

Design.nl can confirm that Guus Beumer has been named director of the Netherlands' new national institute for architecture, design and e-culture, the merger organization’s Governing Board announced today.

Order & Sense Restored @ Design Academy Eindhoven

Order & Sense Restored @ Design Academy Eindhoven

It has been a tense fortnight for Dutch design.  But after last-minute talks this week, the DAE Master's Programme will continue after the summer just as as Gijs Bakker intended it, and all three department heads...

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