Beat the queue and pre-order your DDW go-as-you-please ticket online now! One go-as-you-please ticket admits to: the Klokgebouw, Dutch Design Awards exhibition, Graduation Show 2014 by Design Academy Eindhoven and Sense Nonsense presented by Design Academy Eindhoven at the Van Abbemuseum. Online At the door Go-as-you-please Ticket € 15,- p.p. (excl. service costs)* € 17.50 p.p. Go-as-you-please Ti
The official DDW map is indispensable. It shows you the way, offers a overview of the locations, designers and the full nine-day exhibition programme. Click here for the map. From 18 - 26 October, the map will be included in our daily tabloid which can be found at all DDW locations and at the information points.
Welcome to the onlie press accreditation for DDW 2014. Accreditation for DDW is now open. Register here and please complete the form. We will inform you as soon as possible whether you qualify for a press pass. After approval you will receive all relevant information. Until DDW 2014!
Strijp Area Talented and renowned designers, trade and industry, and numerous educational institutions present themselves in an industrial setting with a strong business character. Click here for an overview of all events in Strijp Area Central Area Dazzling designer collectives, cultural institutions, conceptual and experimental design, mostly under curatorship, in the welcoming hospitality environment of the Ei
Key note speakers at Dutch Design Week Dutch Design Week (DDW) is emerging as a knowledge platform for design. This year’s programme comprises many debates, lectures and seminars. Speakers include Richard van der Laken, Arne Hendriks, Alice Rawsthorn, Timo de Rijk and Jurgen Bey. The Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science Jet Bussemaker will also lend her assistance. She is coming to Eindhoven on 18 October to open the Dutch Des
Arne Hendriks ambassador DDW 2014 ‘This is the place where participation starts’ In 2013 Arne Hendriks won the Future Concepts Award with the ‘The Incredible Shrinking Man’ and less than a year later he is ambassador for Dutch Design Week. Hendriks, who is not a designer nor, according to himself, an ambassador, can explain the representative position: ‘A signal that we should stop thinking
DDW needs your help for the 13th to offer the 250,000 visitors the best service possible. As a volunteer, you represent the public profile of DDW. You are going to staff an information point or assist in an exhibition; you help visitors find their way or you lead them around and you assist other people as and when the occasion arises. You are good at taking the initiative. You will work independently within the framework of the organisation, w