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...
Lidewij Edelkoort curates Totemism: Memphis Meets Africa at Design Indaba Expo starting tomorrow in Cape Town.
Opened last weekend at Rotterdam’s Kunsthal, Pastoe celebrates a century of furniture design.
Timo de Rijk’s op-ed last week damning Dutch design education for its self-indulgence has unearthed an interesting debate about the problems academies now face.
Fashion designer Winde Rienstra at Utrecht’s Centraal Museum