The LYNfabrikken in Aarhus, Denmark is proving a popular destination for young Dutch design talents. Jólan van der Wiel’s work The Puppeteer currently occupies the large windows of this popular exhibition space.
Publisher and founder of PINC (People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity – a yearly conference on creativity) Peter van Lindonk passed away at 76. He’s remembered as a great inspirer.
Located in the middle of the city centre, The Hague’s very own Trojan horse, Paard van Troje has undergone a make over courtesy of Studio Barbara Vos and studio TILIA.
The latest exhibition at Museum Boijmans invites visitors to experience the beauty of craft in detail but also be critical of new romantic notions associated with it today.
This week the Supervisory Board of ArtEZ, Institute of the Arts announced it had sent home the Board of Governors, which runs the day-to-day affairs of the school.
A new programme at the Designhuis in Eindhoven is bringing the hottest design topics to the stage with a series of debates. The list of speakers shows just how broad design thinking has become.
After haute-couture shows by Jan Taminiau and Iris van Herpen in Paris, now it is the turn of the prêt-a-porter designers. Among the Dutch to present their latest collections are Viktor&Rolf who chose Studio Job to...
We first met RCA-graduate Merel Karhof at Object Rotterdam in 2011 where she presented her knitting windmill. Now Karhof has created a triptych between three windmills, giving visibility to what wind power can...
Massoud Hassani is an Afghan who designed a device to clear landmines – it’s a fascinating story and it is true that design journalists (and the public) love a good story, especially ones with a social core.
The Textile Museum in Tilburg is always quietly working away at interesting projects that push the limits of textile design. A new exhibition continues their top-notch reputation for being both practical and...