Beat the queue and pre-order your DDW go-as-you-please ticket online now! During DDW, there are presentations of designers on 86 different locations. Most locations are free, for a few locations you need a DDW go-as-you-please ticket. 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
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.
For questions regarding your DDW visit, please contact VVV Eindhoven, telephone: +31(0)40 2979115 Guidelines for an inspiring visit DDW offers a vast program including exhibitions, presentations, experiments, seminars, lectures and workshops, meet ‘n greets, parties, food and drinks. Lots of nine-day activities, but also dailies. Altogether, there are more than 300 events at 80 venues – all in one city. Tickets 2
‘I have more respect for the guys who actually make things than for designers with the idea.’ Industrial designer Dave Hakkens, who graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, won the Young Designer Award last Saturday. He previously attracted international attention with the recycling installation Precious Plastic, and yes, mainly with his modular telephone project Phonebloks. Have you had any conversations lately in
Last Friday afternoon, less than a day before the opening, Erik Slijpen was told by a man with a moustache and a clipboard that Kelderman & Van Noort did not meet the fire safety requirements. Too few fire extinguishers here and there, and Mascha’s underpants that Piet had hanging from the ceiling were not impregnated with a fire-retarding agent – well that’s more or less what the notes on the clipboard amounted to. The au
Below you can order your tickets for Now Future talkshow on Thursday October 23, 18:30. Dutch Design Week and VPRO are cooperating by organising Now Future; a live talkshow where renowned speakers give their view on the future. Theme of the Now Future talkshow is the (re-)design of complex systems. Mobility, climate, urban development, influences of our memory, the financial system, the Internet of things. Now Future talksh
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