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Newsletter #93


Newsletter #93

Our coverage of Dutch Design Week (DDW) 2009 begins this week with news about winners of the Dutch Design Awards, we talk to some of the best industrial design graduates from TU/e (University of Technology Eindhoven) and see if/how designers are responding to a post-crash world. We also find out more about how graphic designers are doing Good and see what the cutlery of the future is all about. 


SMALL TALK: Material prize and more...

SMALL TALK: Material prize and more...

SMALL TALK: Chris Kabel wins Material prize 2009, James Veenhoff is recognised for his services to Dutch fashion and Willem Velthoven receives a Fonds BKVB Oeuvre prize for design.

“Thank God For the Crisis”

“Thank God For the Crisis”

Design should be playing a role in creating and realizing the ideas that shape the post-crash world.  But is it? More debate, more criticism and more attention for the designers and ideas moving in this direction are...

TU/e Industrial Design Graduates

TU/e Industrial Design Graduates

Design.nl talks to the best of TU/e's industrial design graduates to discover projects that are focussed on social design and creating a more personable relationship with machines.  Whether for the home or for young...

iD/cutlery

iD/cutlery

Royal VKB have responded to today's changing lifestyles by creating collectible, individual sets of cutlery (with personality) that allow diners to choose how they want to eat at the dining table.

Good Amsterdam

Good Amsterdam

No, it's not the latest tourism Amsterdam campaign but the local version of the worldwide posters for charity initiative Good50x70, that supports five Amsterdam non-profit organisations.

Dutch Design Awards winners 2009

Dutch Design Awards winners 2009

The winners of this year's Dutch Design Awards included Thonik, Aldo Bakker, Iris van Herpen and Wieki Somers who took out top honours by winning the overall Golden Eye prize.

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