Curated by Claudia Linders, Marie Ilse Bourlanges en Elena Khurtova, the KABK presentation in Milan incorporated design, process and finished ‘product’. Each day the exhibition grew with new additions by the students...
It’s hard to believe Ventura Lambrate has only been part of the Salone del Mobile for four years now. Seen as the place for independent designers, design schools and young talent, the Lambrate area always proves...
Once again the Dutch Invertuals manage to create a serene island in the madness that is the Salone del Mobile in Milan. Design.nl took a tour from curator Wendy Plomp.
Once you’ve stopped being mesmerized by the gold, copper and bronze that characterizes Tom Dixon design, you’ll find many an interesting Dutch project on show at MOST.
You’ve read the Dots, checked the blogs but what are the Dutch design exhibits that can’t be missed? Here’s what Holland recommends.
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.
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...
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.
A new wallpaper series for Designwall, her own exhibition and accompanying book at Heden, it is already proving to be a successful year for Christie van der Haak.
We reported on Dutch design duo rENs during the Milan furniture fair this year and bumped into them again during Dutch Design Week. Now the pair has taken their redscapes to LYNfabrikken in Denmark.