Upcycled wastelands’ materials, moths’ bio-waste and furniture made by blowing plastic like glass with a responsible attitude… 7 out-of-the-box sustainable designs on show in Eindhoven.
From satellite graveyards to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The ‘GEO-DESIGN: Junk’ exhibition explores global junk networks of discarded things and the new realities and potentialities of waste.
De StraatMakers collaborative installation, Atelier NL has invited Eindhoven’s residents to collect soil samples in their favourite urban places “to reflect on the unique characteristics of the very place we call home”.
A diner made from waste materials and discarded design parts, kinetic light installations in a former church and lamps made from recycled plastic printed on textile by a robot arm. 15 highlights at Dutch Design Week 2019.
The very best of Dutch Design Week – DDW2019 is on Archipanic. Explore our dedicated Pinterest board… And check our report from the Eindhoven!
A brain-scanned symphony of a kiss, a romantic FaceTime kinetic sculpture, VR sex toys and a AI cheating female-bots gone wild. Can we trust loving robots? Can they trust us? The Robot Love exhibition explores love in the era of intelligent machines.
At Dutch Design Week, Baars & Bloemhoff presents the TIME IS NOW exhibition: 4 thematic trend worlds showcase the brand’s new flat packed furniture and materials together with design, fashion and art.
With OOCLOCK, René Holten and 2Creatics rethinks clock design by eliminating the hours, minutes and seconds’ hands and splitting the face into rotating parts.
Digital seasoning, the subtle power of microbes and tasty grams of happiness. 5 quirky food design projects in Eindhoven.
The best of Dutch Design Week 2018 is on Pinterest – explore our dedicated board! (And do not ferget to read our design report!)
An all inclusive loving robot catwalk, Design Academy Eindhoven grad show and mussels in the 3D printer. 10 must-see exhibitions at Dutch Design Week 2018 tuning with the main theme ‘If not you, then who?’
Daan Roosegaarde and his team of experts present UFO-like performances which visualise real-time space waste connecting earth with the layer of junk orbiting the planet.
Virtual reality for chickens, robot-bugs and pollution responsive costumes but also cloud-makers deviating excessive UV radiation. ROBOTANICA exhibition showcases provocative projects exploring the entanglement of technology with natural ecosystems.
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.
Pierre Clément Nivière designed “The Trophy” human powered 3D-printer to make us reflect on the process of design-making by using technologies with more awareness.
A 12 hours long real time clock-installation, kinetic ticking machines and knitting lamps. Maarten Baas Makes Time exhibition presented lateral thinking design projects.
Archipanic is in Eindhoven for Dutch Design Week 2016! We selected 10 must-see shows in town. From designs that shape sexuality to Maarten Baas’ time-related exhibition and a quirky Parliament of Things, but also Space Age furniture from the ‘60s, parties and more…
Bottle Up: in Zanzibar, young designers up-cycle glass waste produced by increasing tourism into a collection of responsible design accessories.
With Refugee Republic interactive online documentary, awarded Submarine Channel allows to discover everyday life in a refugee camp in Iraq. Drawings, photos and videos narrate the transformation of a temporary site to a small city but also the life, struggles and hopes of its residents.
Architectural mirrored cars, cartoonish redevelopments and a design football team to take over the stadium but also talents awards and groovy gigs. Dutch Design Week 2015 posed the right questions to free designers’ power of imagination in Eindhoven.
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.
NLXL browsed through Studio Job archives to present a wallpaper collection that pays homage to the estabilished design team.