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Newsletter #246


Newsletter #246

This week on Design,nl we look at the design of the recently reopened Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which has reunited with its exuberant past. Return to Milan once more where a new space curated by Rossana Orlandi is interacting with history and see how a modern residence is made personal by i 29 interior architects. Also this week, an interactive lighting sculpture by Toer illuminates our emotions and Rem Koolhaas wins the Johannes Vermeer Award 2013. 


Bagatti Valsecchi 2.0

Bagatti Valsecchi 2.0

When design is removed from its usual context during the Milan Furniture fair, it gains a totally new appreciation, as seen in the exhibition at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum. 

Johannes Vermeer Award 2013 goes to Rem Koolhaas

Johannes Vermeer Award 2013 goes to Rem Koolhaas

The Dutch state prize for the arts, the Johannes Vermeer Award, has been awarded this year to architect and writer Rem Koolhaas. 

Design in the new Rijks

Design in the new Rijks

Design has found its spot among the 17th century masterpieces in the newly renovated Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. 

home 09 by i29 


home 09 by i29 


A residential property in the Netherlands is the latest chapter in i29 interior architects‘ book. A play of pine-wood panels makes for an interesting aesthetic.

Emotional Lighting

Emotional Lighting

A light object that shudders when you shout, that breathes heavily when you make it jump or responds to your touch. Fiet by Toer is a responsive design made to engage with the user. 

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