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ALL GOOD(S): New Materials in Architecture, Design and Fashion for a Future Circular Economy


3D viewing room
© Lizzy Onck and Wim Westerveld

In the wake of the climate emergency, we need to reduce the impact of everyday urban life on resources, from the scale of the individual to an international approach. Both in the Netherlands and Germany, there's an increasing political and societal attention for the transition to a circular economy.

A revaluation of material use and the development of new sustainable materials are crucial in this respect. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin conceptualised a programme on Dutch and German innovations in material design, considering raw materials, techniques and use.

Join our DDW week 2020 program:

17-25 October 2020: virtual exhibition ALL GOOD(S)
With Tim van der Loo, Company New Heroes, Michelle Baggerman, Bob Hendrikx, Sarah Schmidt, DyeCoo;
and from Weißensee Academy of Art (Berlin): Kirsten Hermans, Nayeli Vega Vargas, Juni Neyenhuys, Lobke Beckfeld, Suzan Camlik, Rebecca van de Sand, Esther Kaya Stögerer and Jannis Kempkens

Monday 19 Oct 2020, 16:00: kitchen talk with Lucas De Man, Company New Heroes and Tim van der Loo
Recipes for the Future - Previews from cultural quarantine. Book launch, talk & workshop

Hungry for more? check out our first two events:
Opening Lab Talk New Materials, 9 September 2020: (livestream)

Circular Fashion Event, 1 October 2020: (livestream)

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Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Berlin

ALL GOOD(S) is initiated by the Department of Culture and the Department for Infrastructure & Water Management. The Department of Culture supports the network, presence and visibility of Dutch culture and culturemakers in Germany. The Department for Infrastructure & Water Management advocates the Dutch Circular Economy ambitions in Germany and tries to connect Dutch and German businesses in various fields of circular entrepreneurship.