View and download high resolution press photos of Dutch Design Week 2014 here. Click on the links below for photos by location/exhibition. Publication of these images is permitted only for non-commercial purposes. The mention of both the photographer and Dutch Design Week is mandatory.
DDW Music is the new music festival during Dutch Design Week. From 19 until 25 October the best cutting-edge artists will be playing in different places around Eindhoven. For a whole week, the festival will be spread across seven places in the city: café Altstadt, Van Abbemuseum, Tuchthuis, Stroomhuis, café Wilhelmina, Arcade and Nul Zes. Every evening there will be innovative, experimental a
SISSY-BOY IS LOOKING FOR DESIGN TALENT! Sissy-Boy will organize the Sissy-Boy Auction during the Dutch Design Week on Saturday 17th and the 18th of October, where design items, design workshops and design experiences will be auctioned under the supervision of a professional auctioneer. Participating to the Sissy-Boy Auction is free of charge and will bring you: • A spotlight moment for you as designer and your design,
Dutch Design Week announces 2015 theme: ‘What if...’ ‘What if...’ is the theme for Dutch Design Week (DDW) 2015. With this theme, the organisation celebrates and highlights designers’ power of imagination. Their best responses will be on show during the 14th edition (from 17 to 25 October) in the form of concepts and products, experiments and cross-overs. The campaign to support the theme is facilitated in c
Wanted: Volvo Design Rides What are Volvo Design Rides? The Volvo Design Rides are visible, prominent and everywhere during Dutch Design Week. 35 of the latest Volvos are adorned with a design object on their roof made by one of the Dutch Design Week participants. This unique form of transport allows DDW to ferry 40,000 visitors from one DDW location to another free of charge. So the cars and the objects are visible throughout th
Zanzibar Message in a Bottle is a new Dutch Design Week initiative in cooperation with Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne. Zanzibar is an island with about 1 million inhabitants. In recent times, tourism has grown markedly and so too the volume of refuse. Message in a bottle seeks a solution for this issue. You are not expected to redevelop the country’s entire refuse system, but the first steps in the right directio