Running over three days, the Design Indaba Conference in Cape Town brings together speakers from a wide range of specialisms - we look at the Dutch contribution.
Viktor & Rolf are known for sticking to the theme in their fashion collections and featuring an almost all-grey palette, their autumn winter 2014 collection is no exception.
During her autumn winter 2014 Haute Couture fashion show in Paris this week, designer Iris van Herpen showed models vacuum-packed in lunch bags.
Gijs Bakker looks back on a groundbreaking show he created in 1967 with Emmy van Leersum. The show is currently revived in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
Bikes are a universal mode of transport in the Netherlands and almost everyone owns at least one. With his new design named Minute, industrial designer Elian Veltman aims to change our ideas about the classic bike...
A fantastic new project by the Stone Twins is designed to introduce local Amsterdammers and visitors to the vibe of Noord. Noord - the north section of the city - has always been a bit of a backwater, but is now a...
FormNation’s series of ‘breeding chairs’ Chairgenics is on show at Out of Hand, Materializing the Postdigital at New York’s MAD Museum.
After its redesign in 2011, the Dokkaffee in Rotterdam proved structurally unsound. Dave Keune was roped in to share his vision for this robust meeting place.
Design develops fast but does the debate on design as well? The Design Academy Eindhoven pushes forward with a new Masters programme on design curating and writing.
At the inaugural edition of La Fête du Graphisme in Paris, we look at the Dutch designers invited to show their work at this multi-faceted festival.