This week in design.nl we have three new books to offer readers. New works on Maria Blaisse, Jan Janssen and 75B are available.
Earlier this month Floris Wubben took his “Pressed” project to DMY in Berlin. Germany, he says, has a different and dynamic design scene that well suits his goal to stay experimental.
A downright industrial setting seems the preferred stage for Willem de Kooning Academy graduates to show their first collections. Design.nl visited the RDW-Campus in Rotterdam.
Starting as a niche publication and now being picked up all over the world, Fantastic Man by Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers was discussed during the What Design Can Do conference in May.
Last week at Industriepark Kleefse Waard Arnhem, ArtEZ Institute of Arts showcased its 2013 talents in a catwalk show featuring both Master and Bachelor graduates.
Master student Daphne Zuilhof shows Spin stool as part of Konstfack’s Negative Space exhibition at ICFF New York
When Design.nl was invited to join Martin Kullik of Steinbesser for a surprise meal at the Lloyd Hotel in Amsterdam, we could hardly decline. A menu of locally-produced, vegan courses was served and made to eat with...
Long overdue was the retrospective of Piet Paris at the Museum of Modern Art in Arnhem. Now visitors can enjoy work by one of the Netherlands’ most prolific fashion illustrators spread over 10 different themes.
It’s a rare treat to find Lidewij Edelkoort in her home-town of Amsterdam, and an even rarer treat to speak to her in her own home. Following the seminar M˚BA 13 and on the eve of What Design Can Do we spoke with...
Timo de Rijk’s extreme position on the “Mine Kaffon” was the core issue raised during one of the breakout sessions during What Design Can Do today. Is social design real and if so how should it be...