10 Dutch Design Week Highlights

Studio Mieke Meijer’s 59 explores the transition between being fully open and closed. Photography by Boudewijn Bollmann.

Jetske Visser & Michiel Martens’ ISOMIC features twisting metal strips that look like cascading lights. Photography by Ronald Smits.

Studio Thier&vanDaalen’s Hi-Macs kitchen has a simple Delft blue color. Photography by Noortje Knulst.

Studio Thier&vanDaalen’s Vapour light, an alluring combination of solid and organic forms that can be hung vertically or horizontally. Photography by Noortje Knulst.

Floris Hovers’s colorful three-dimensional maps. 

The Post Modern project displayed postcard-sized art and design works by Woes van Haaften and Roosje van Donselaar. Photography by Ronald Smits.

Bart Joachim van Uden’s Romancing the Stone features Google Earth landscapes printed digitally on high-pressure laminate and turned into chipboard furniture. 

Job van den Berg’s Hollow shelves are made entirely out of folded wood veneer, without the aid of screws or any internal structure. 

Sedentary Laboratory by Dorota Gazy is a clothing line designed to accommodate our increasingly deformed bodies, the result of our sedentary lifestyles. Photography by Iris Rijskamp.

Align is a bicycle parking system by Milou Bergs that can be hidden in the pavement when not in use. Photography by Boudewijn Bolimann.

To See a World in a Grain of Sand by Dutch Design Week ambassadors Atelier NL showcased the wild sands the pair have managed to collect from the dunes, beaches, rivers, mountains, and quarries of the globe in the last few years. Photography by Iris Rijskamp.

Jelle Mastenbroek showed his famous musical vending machine cabinets and data orchestra as well as new pieces, including a lightbox featuring a dancer that twirls to music. Photography by Ronald Smits.

A piece by Austin Stewart called Second Livestock shows a chicken wearing a virtual reality headset designed to make the animal think it is roaming free.

Rick Tegelaar’s collection of 3-D printed panels use the PET core of Colback to create complex patterns and designs. Photography by Studio Dijkgraaf.

Floris Wubben’s vases feature unusual stalactite-style wreaths made out of clay mixed with glazing. Photography courtesy of DDW.

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