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The 6 best read articles of '19

20 December 2019

2019 is a wrap! If you, like us, are very curious about the 6 best read DDW articles from this year, you can check them out here!
DDW for Kids
© Boudewijn Bollman

1. DDW for kids

A question we often get is where to go when you're visiting Dutch Design Week (DDW) with kids. This year we wrote a guide to help you find the best kid-proof DDW exhibitions and activities? You can read all about them in the article DDW for Kids!

Daily Design Area: Sectie-C

2. Daily Design Area: Sectie-C

Did you know this year was the first year that DDW consisted of nine seperate design areas? Each DDW day, we showed your around a different area. In this video you will find out all about DDW19 at Sectie-C!

DDW Trend: Back to Earth
© BARROS by Cindy Valdez

3. DDW19 Trend: Back to earth

Like the past two years, DDW presented eight design trends that marked this year's most important developments in the field of design. In the DDW19 Trend: Back to Earth, we explore new applications of ceramics.

© Renault

4. The car of the future is part of an intelligent ecosystem

Our future cars will connect seamlessly with our ‘connected society’, allowing us to travel faster, safer, more efficiently and more sustainably. During Dutch Design Week (DDW), Renault presented its vision of a connected society through three futuristic concept cars. You can read all about it in this article.


Floor Frings

5. Designer Dialogues: Floor Frings

The creatives of Sectie-C, an Eindhoven based design hub, initiated BLANK SPACE MAGAZINE, a magazine that portrays different creative makers in their workplaces while interviewed by colleagues. What fascinates, inspires and drives them to do what they do? Especially for, BLANK SPACE MAGAZINE edited the interviews into interesting short stories. In this Designer Dialogue, we took a look inside the studio of architect Floor Frings.

Marshmallow Stools
© Studio Paul Ketz

6. #heyddw: Paul Ketz

Every other week we celebrate one of the most interesting, exciting, intriguing, funny or unusual #heyddw Instagram posts by featuring an exclusive interview in our online DDW Magazine. The best read #heyddw article of this year happened to be the very first, with Paul Ketz!