Our patent expert columnist Hans Helsloot took a virtual look at the online Dutch Design Week and reached a shocking conclusion: lots of beautiful designs are not protected. This can be done better!
Dutch Design week
A living coffin, textiles woven by drones, and inflatable 3D printed shapes. A wide variety of projects are on show at the Dutch Design Week 2020.
This year Dutch Design Week is a virtual festival. From October 17 to 25 more than 450 events can be 'attended' online.
An artificial womb to enhance the chances for survival and quality of life of extremely premature babies by mimicking the conditions of a real womb. […]
During the ‘Digital Design’ DDW Talk, Sony presented its vision on the future relationship between humans and robots. “When robots have evolved so far that […]
Women are still very much underrepresented in the engineering sector. The figures vary, but in general, barely 20% of the people in this sector are […]
The Dutch Design Week is not all about new gadgets or cool gadgets. Instead it gives designers the space to explore the future. What will […]
"You can do your breathing exercises by using your hands to follow the pattern of the magnets' vibrations."
Impressions from Dutch Design Week 2019. Part 5: Manifestations in the Veem, Strijp-S Eindhoven.
How can design approaches, artistic initiatives and (bio)technological developments contribute to solutions for global problems? It is a question that is central to many designers […]
Dutch Design Experiences, part 4: Strijp S Veemgebouw. Part of our series of Dutch Design Week 2019 impressions.
Impressions of Dutch Design Week (3): Strijp-T, TQ, Innovation Powerhouse: Elle, Fontys & Embassy of Sustainable Design
Dutch Design Experiences (2), visiting Plan-B at Hurksestraat, the home of Kiki & Joost.
A sustainable house covering a variety of aspects, from the drawing to the execution and the completion. Team CASA, a student team from Eindhoven University […]
Dutch Design Week 2019, visiting Drivers of Change and Embassy of Mobility.
Before she graduated from the University of the Arts Utrecht (HKU), Samira Charroud was never busy with her origins. The daughter of a Moroccan father […]
“We form the public space, but the public space also forms us.” With these words on Sunday afternoon, Chief Government Architect of the Netherlands Floris […]
I had no idea you could be anti time, but it is possible. In fact, that’s a reference to the Dutch title of a booklet […]
You can check in, rent a room, shower and even sleep there. But Hotel Insomnia is anything but an ordinary hotel. Normally, the artists’ collective […]
It was “really just a design concept”, the red balloons that were to be used as a prototype for an artificial uterus at the Dutch […]