Graphic designer and one of the Netherlands’ pioneers of service design, Joost Holthuis, will join Edenspiekermann as partner and shareholder from this July.
Social design has changed course in Dutch design city Eindhoven with a social housing corporation now selecting renters for a newly converted factory building. Their criteria is “lifestyle”.
This week Droog Hotel held an open discussion on the difficult issue of copyright. Their plan is to host monthly events with a discussion following an informal dinner. Speakers will be invited to share ideas on...
In aid of the British Blind Sport foundation, graphic designers were asked to create large posters depicting their take on football chants. Among the participants were a high number of Dutch designers.
What at first looks like a modern take on a baroque print, turns out to be a little risqué. Sex toys form the patterns in work by recent KABK-graduate Jitske Wedman.
Femke Herregraven, Lex Pott, Yuri Veerman and Sander Wassink are the four talented finalists of the MINI Young Designer Award (MYDA) 2013.
Bennie Meek has come up with some fascinating ideas with his research-based design projects. A DAE graduate, both his “Living Pavement” and “Death is Natural” projects focus on rethinking man’s relationship with his...
Where is the border between design and art? Does it exist? Job Smeets reflects on the project that went terribly wrong and says he learned something first-hand about that so-called boarder from the scandal...
Design.nl presents some Dutch highlights of the upcoming London Design Festival which will be held from 14-22 September at various locations around the English capital.
During the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam graduation show, Design.nl stumbled upon the work of Suzanne van Beest. Her tactile accessories are based upon nature, the octopus to be exact.