Can design save the world? A circular economy-driven pavilion, loving robots and a project sand-mapping the planet: 10 brilliant exhibitions at Dutch Design Week 2017.
Bottle Up: in Zanzibar, young designers up-cycle glass waste produced by increasing tourism into a collection of responsible design accessories.
Eindhoven ugliest place is about to get a cartoonish facelift thanks to Maarten Baas and a local studio who engaged into an architecture battle.
Piet Hein Eek designed a wallpaper collection with a three-dimensional effect that resembles architecture materials like marble, wood and brick.
Jules van den Langenberg teamed with La Bolleur collective to present an interractive and fun design kit to refresh senior lifestyle.
In the Netherlands, artist Daan Roosegaarde and construction company Heijmans completed the pilot of the Smart Highway project: Glowing Lines that collect energy during the day to release it after sunset turn a night-journey in a safe and sustainable fairy-tale experience.
At Dutch Design Week 2014, Michiel van der Kley presented Project EGG: 4.670 stones compose an organic structure made by the the largest 3D printing community all over the world.