12 go-to events at Dutch Design Week 2016

From Saturday October 22nd the fifteenth edition of the annual Dutch Design Week lifts off in Eindhoven. Nine days, 100 locations and 2500 designers are presenting. We dove into the enormous programme and selected 12 events that are about so much more than just hardcore product design and you simply can’t afford to miss.

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Bambooh Lala

22—30 October, 11:00 - 22:00, Ketelhuisplein

Creative agency HeyHeydeHaas designed a 'never finished' bamboo construction for Ketelhuisplein. The construction will connect everything and everyone at this central square on Strijp S. At the end of the day (between 5 and 8) the ‘Inwisselbar’ located in the centre of the bamboo structure will host a different party each night. Inwisselbar program


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Bart Hess

22—30 October, 10:00 - 18:00, NRE terrein

An exclusive look inside digital craftsman / 'master of mutations' Bart Hess’ new studio where he develops his materials and installations. A modern-day Wunderkammer filled with interactive installations and tactile skins.


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Age of Wonderland

22—30 October, 11:00 - 18:00, Natlab

An exhibition that focuses on the challenges around big and open data. Showcasing the result of the Age of Wonderland residency where creative thinkers and doers from across the globe, researched the challenges concerning big and open data!


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Big Data/Dada Dialogues

24 October, 19:30 - 21:30 Natlab — Tickets (free)

A seminar about big and open data from different perspectives as part of Age of Wonderland, questioning if Big data is the next exiting revolution or new oil?

Speakers are: Arne Hendriks, Julia Hoffmann, Nishant Shah, Ali Eslami, Iman Abdurrahman, Budi Prakosa, Ng'winula ‘unu’ Kingamkono, Paz Bernadlo, Branly López. Moderator: Lennard Booij


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DDW goes Digital

28 October, 11:00 - 18:00, Klokgebouw — Ticket €16,58

For the fourth time DDW goes Digital. The theme of this edition is 'Where Digital Meets the Real World’. The boundaries between the digital and the real world are merging. The speakers will guide you through the world of virtual reality applications, wearables, connected products and the internet of things.
Speakers are:

  • Alistair Beattie, talk: “Get your bot to talk to my bot”
  • Timo Stevens, talk "You had to be there!" Why experiential marketing matters.
  • Paul Versteeg, talk: 'Unleash the Artificial Smartness'
  • Gijs van Zon and Evert Hilhorst, talk: Where Digital meets the Real World
  • Melanie Gorka, talk: Connecting the future
  • Marlies de Gooijer, talk: Creating Digital Hospitality for Brands


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For Play, Shaping Sexuality

22—30 October, 12:00 - 18:00, MU

An exhibition that shows a playful, vulnerable, original view on today’s erotic landscape, dominated by porn and commerce. Co-curators Sanne Muiser and Tom Loois asked more than 30 artists and designers for alternative visions. Only during the Dutch Design Week the video-installation Guilty Landscapes by Dries Verhoeven will be on show as part of the exhibition.


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Kazerne

22—30 October, 11:00 - 00:00, Kazerne expo restaurant

Exhibition space and restaurant Kazerne is a cultural hot-spot. In this lively monumental building, you can explore several exhibitions, showcasing a selection of the best dutch designers or just enjoy one of their Mediterranean orientated meals. On Sunday October 23rd Kazerne host a design talkshow led by Jeroen Junte.


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Modebelofte

22—30 October, 10:00 - 18:00, De Bijenkorf — Entrance € 2

Modebelofte’, Dutch for ‘fashion promise’ presents around 30 progressive fashion talents recently graduated from the best international fashion courses in an extraordinary exhibition. Theme of Modebelofte 2016 is 'Adaptive Travelers'. The exhibition is curated by Hey Niek and Harm Rensink. The exhibition is on the spectacular roof of warehouse De Bijenkorf

On Sunday October 23rd a talkshow with a selection of the participating designers takes place at Van Abbemuseum from 14:00 till 16:00. Ticket € 5


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Power Play

22—30 October, 11:00 - 18:00, NS Loods / studio Edhv — Entrance € 2

For the fifteenth time during the Dutch Design Week Dutch Invertuals presents new works. Within the context of the future way of life this time designers explore the aesthetics and complexities of energy overload. The exhibition is curated by Wendy Plomp.


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STUNSIG

22—30 October, 11:00 - 18:00, Klokgebouw

IKEA presents the limited STUNSIG collection made in collaboration with artistic duo Pinar&Viola. We can’t wait to see this. The collection will be available at IKEA stores from June 2017.


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The Making of Your World

22—30 October, 15:00 - 16:00, Keukenconfessies, Klokgebouw — Ticket € 5

For entertainment every day in the afternoon you can recharge with designers who take apart their favourite design-objects in a design anatomy lesson and will take you along their passion for their trade. We selected Joost Grootens + presentation dutch designers magazine Dude (Tue 25), Jeroen van Erp (Wed 26), Studio Mieke Meijer (Thu 27) and Thomas Widdershoven (Fri 28). The program is Dutch spoken only.


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Vlisco 1:1 Un à Un

Till 12-03-2017, 12:00-17:00, Gemeente Museum Helmond — Entrance €7,50

This exhibition is not in Eindhoven, but since Helmond is only 20 minutes away it is an absolute must visit. Helmond-based textile factory Vlisco celebrates its 170th anniversary this year. The exhibition shows Vlisco's classic patterns, re-interpretations and new designs. The exhibition zooms in on four specific aspects: the company's history, production processes, design processes and use of the fabrics in fashion and art. Next to the Vlisco show the museum presents the work of the British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare MBE.


To see the full line-up and buy tickets for the event, visit the Dutch Design Week website. We’ll see you there!


Dutch Design Week

22—30 October 2016
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
ddw.nl

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