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Newsletter #280


Newsletter #280

This week on Design.nl, Object Rotterdam has been establishing itself for the past years and now claims its place as independent design fair. The brand-new Rem Koolhaas building the Rotterdam forms the backdrop for the impressive event. At the  Shenzen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Droog Lab has teamed up with TD to present their vision of sustainable living. Also this week we report on the results of the Rotterdam Design Prize, including the winning essay on design criticism by DAE student Heini Lehtinen and visit a social design project in Amsterdam.


The People’s Democratic Republic of Columbusplein

The People’s Democratic Republic of Columbusplein

Ownership creates responsibility. This simple thought lies behind the social design project by the experimental group Social Design For Wicked Problems in a problematic Amsterdam neighbourhood. 

Beyond Wittiness

Beyond Wittiness

As part of the Rotterdam Design Prize, an essay competition was set among the Dutch design schools and academies. Together with design critic Max Bruinsma and initiator Joanna van der Zanden, Design.nl was part of...

Reframing Studio and Parnassia Groep winners Rotterdam Design Prize 2013

Reframing Studio and Parnassia Groep winners Rotterdam Design Prize 2013

The international panel of judges unanimously voted the Temstem app by Reframing Studio and Parnassia Groep as the winner of the 2013 Rotterdam Design Prize.

Material Matters

Material Matters

As part of Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Droog Lab and TD are showing SZHKSMZ – Shenzhen Hong Kong Special Material Zone.

Object Rotterdam 2014

Object Rotterdam 2014

Independent designers fresh from the academies stand next to established names during this year’s Object Rotterdam. The design fair has grown in many ways and this year presents itself independently from big brother...

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