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Algae Graphs by Lira Giroud

Dutch Design Week 2015 was packed with things to see and: so. many. visitors! We went for two days (in two weekends). So yes, a little tiring, but definitely worth it. We were happy to see that green, sustainability and experiments took a prominent role. Mario and I made a LOT of photo’s (I used my iPhone) and I made a selection to share with you (part 2 coming up tomorrow):

 

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BioArt sound experiments

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BioArt Laboratories

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Posterus Textilus by Tamara Hoogeweegen

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Martijntje Cornelia

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Beautiful use of palm leather instead of animal leather by Studio Tjeerd Veenhoven

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Palm leather

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Betula by Cynthia Oegema

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Monstera planters by Tim van de Weerd

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Huis Veendam

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Plant-based dyes by Invasie Fabrik

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Colors of the Oosterschelde – Research into the applicability of algae and seaweed in textiles by Nienke Hoogvliet and Xandra van der Eijk, I wait here collective

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Colors of the Oosterschelde at I wait here collective

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Colored Drop by Lotte de Raadt. Research for a new ceramic glazing method: the glazing acts like water – always unique and an inspiration for new patterns.

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The copper project – mining 

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Terra by Morgan Ruben

All images: © Mario Aspeslagh / Yvonne de Jonge.

More DDW photos on our Instagram: @visualstrands.
For more Dutch Design Week, read: New design and old favorites.
and: 100 days of need and greed, my interview with Kristina Schultz.
Also: Dutch Design Week website.

Did you go to Dutch Design Week and blog about it? Leave your comment and/or the direct link to your blogpost below!

 

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