Seeing Glass is a collaborative project between Design Academy Eindhoven grads Brit Van Nerven and Sabine Marcelis that began during Dutch Design Week 2013. The original intent was to push the limits of mirrors and glass using techniques such as sandblasting, UV gluing, laminating, layering, and playing with color overlays. This “Big Round” piece is the project’s latest — and most beautiful — iteration.
Dutch Design Week 2016: Eindhoven designer WooJai Lee has used recycled paper to create bricks that can be used to build furniture.
Dutch Design Week 2016: Top five graduation projects via @wgsn_official
DDW_2016_RGB_2400_wit-op-zwart.png Rights Reserved. Dutch Design Week 2016 takes place from 22 to 30 October in Eindhoven, Netherlands. It presents the work and ideas of more than 2,400 designers to more than 250,000 visitors. The identity/campaign is designed by Fabrique, while the website is provided by Freshheads. Timo Gaessner’s Patron (Milieu Grotesque, 2014) is used across all media.
In which Eindhoven confirms its reputation for churning out some of the next best design talents.