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Coup de Théâtre

Coup de Théâtre

For La Montre Hermès, Kiki van Eijk designed a nomadic window display decor concept, drawing her inspiration from her poetic inner dream world. 

Body Archive

Body Archive

There were high hopes for the closing show of Amsterdam Fashion Week courtesy of Marga Weimans. With her DNA-infused collection the now established designer did not disappoint.

BASNEY by Bas

BASNEY by Bas

Bad boy Van Beek’s latest work grapples with the image of design and how it can be twisted by by turning those images into reality.  Disney was his obvious muse.

Wool Diaries

Wool Diaries

Three young Dutch fashion designers have been selected to work in close collaboration with the Textile Museum to use wool in innovative and sophisticated ways.  They will both create the fabrics then design a mini...

Modefabriek 34 | Recap

Modefabriek 34 | Recap

Whereas the previous edition of the Modefabriek was bathed in sunny weather, the winter edition held on 20 and 21 January contended with a foot of snow. It only added to the positive spirit and according to...

Flat: by Borre

Flat: by Borre

At the opening of their gallery exhibition in Amsterdam, Design.nl spoke with Borre Akkersdijk and Daan Spangenberg of by Borre about ideas, materials and hopes for the future.

Politics of Things

Politics of Things

A new book published by nai010 focuses how art and design can be better understood within a democratic framework.  Also, how it can be more effective.  A lot of the ideas raised focus on objects, or the politics of...

Collectie Arnhem: I <3 ME

Collectie Arnhem: I <3 ME

A surprising location formed the backdrop for yet another bold collection by Collectie Arnhem, ArtEZ’s third-year fashion show held each year during Amsterdam Fashion Week.

HYDRO-PHOBIA

HYDRO-PHOBIA

One of Design.nl’s favourites, Jetske Visser, has been busy experimenting with fluid patterns created by liquid tension.

The Real Faces of Immigration

The Real Faces of Immigration

DAE graduate Dick Bakker’s work on the Dutch residency identity card is a fascinating way to bring a sensitive issue into the mainstream conversation without any of the usual inflammatory political positioning.

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