The exhibition shows how advanced technology is used by designers to mimic existing natural phenomena. In an attempt to reconnect mankind to its natural environment, the former DDW ambassadors try to identify the underlying mechanisms of the natural world. For the occasion, large installations from Studio Drift's Flylight and Fragile Future III will be on display. Besides that, the exhibition includes a video installation of their project Franchise Freedom, which could be seen live earlier this year above the grounds of NASA’s Rocket Garden.
What Design Can Do 2016: What Africa Can Do for Europe
09 May, 2016
30 June and 1 July, the Muziekgebouw, Amsterdam What Design Can Do, on 30 June and 1 July 2016 in Amsterdam, features another stellar cast of inspiring international speakers on the social relevance of design. Europe and Africa are the focu...
DDW Ambassador Lidewij Edelkoort at VPRO Tegenlight
03 Apr, 2020
This coming Sunday, 5 April, Dutch Design Week (DDW) ambassador, trend forecaster, educator and curator Lidewij Edelkoort can be seen at VPRO Tegenlicht. How will we emerge from the corona quarantine? As other people, in other societies, or will it be business as usual? Check out NPO2 at 22:15hr..
Talks & Topics: Thursday 24 October
24 Oct, 2019
With work from 2600 designers, covering just about every area in our society, Dutch Design Week (DDW) kicks up some dust for debate and delivers food for thought. Here we present you a daily overview of talks, debates, and seminars at DDW.
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