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):
BioArt sound experiments
Posterus Textilus by Tamara Hoogeweegen
Beautiful use of palm leather instead of animal leather by Studio Tjeerd Veenhoven
Betula by Cynthia Oegema
Monstera planters by Tim van de Weerd
Plant-based dyes by Invasie Fabrik
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
Colors of the Oosterschelde at I wait here collective
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.
The copper project – mining
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.
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