Impression DDW graduation show | trends | Janneke v.d Haterd

3 november 2014

Impression DDW graduation show

Since Iris is out of town this week I, Janneke van de Haterd have the honor
of sharing one of my favorite events with you.

I love the Dutch Design Week and especially the graduation show.
I’ve been going to them for the last ten years and always get so inspired!
Especially by meeting the (young) designers and getting to share and feel their enthusiasm.
 This year; as always, there was so much to see and so much diversity in subjects and design.
 Some design shown are just gorgeous or smart on the first sight,
for some you need to read the text or talk to the designer to understand the great ideas.
 I have picked a few of my favorites to share with you;
I have chosen some designs that were gorgeous
 (as well as many other things)
hope you’ll enjoy!

Ambio Teresa van Dongen

Ambio Teresa van Dongen

Bacteria  & light
I really loved the light of Teresa van Dongen. This light operates on artificial seawater with bioluminescent micro organisms that give light as it comes in contact with oxygen. So when you give the lamp a gentle push it shows a beautiful blue light that gave me a fairytale-feeling.

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 mood of music van Joris Petterson
mood of music van Joris Petterson
foto: Janneke van de Haterd

Combining music, light & scent
According to Joris music is more then just sound. Music is an experience. The beautiful transparent gramophone speaker not nobly shows the beat of the music; is produces light, couloir and scent in the style of the selected tunes. Just imagine your coffee-time tunes with the smell of fresh brewed coffee and warm comforting lights…

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 Desiree Wevers
Desiree Wevers by Janneke van de Haterd

Desiree Wevers by Janneke van de Haterd

Desiree Wevers by Janneke van de Haterd

Desiree Wevers by Janneke van de Haterd

Desiree Wevers by Janneke van de Haterd

I loved the projects of Desiree Wevers. She combined a social project with old crafts and with beautiful screens as a result. For this project (Knot) she teamed up with a group of Turkish ladies after she heard about isolation of immigrants. She learned all about their old crafts and their knowledge and developed new design and new innovative applications for this craftwork.
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 Aai-en
Anke Verstappen
aai-en
foto: Janneke van de Haterd
ankeverstappen.com

Aai-en
Perhaps you have seen this before; but i just could not leave it out :-). Anke Verstappen developed a special playing mat for children that were born blind. These children often fall behind in their development in their first few years and this mat helps them to stimulate their senses, and looks beautiful as a nice bonus.

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 Pieteke Korte
Pieteke Korte (http://www.ptkkrt.nl/ foto Janneke van de Haterd
Pieteke Korte (http://www.ptkkrt.nl/ foto Janneke van de Haterd

Pieteke Korte (http://www.ptkkrt.nl/ foto Janneke van de Haterd

Pieteke Korte (http://www.ptkkrt.nl/) has developed a series of tables that play with the relationship between hard and soft materials. under the wight of the marble tabletops the foam bases take on cartoonesk shapes.

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 oti- dark matter collection

oti- dark matter collection Joel Booy
 foto Janneke van de Haterd

oti- dark matter collection Joel Booy
 foto Janneke van de Haterd

oti- dark matter collection
Joel Booy developed a lamp inspired in a network of caved lines and crystal growth. All circles with separately so you choose how many are turned on (or off). Just a beautiful lamp. Check out there sight for more. http://www.studiotrulytruly.com/

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foto: Janneke van de Haterd
Maud van Deursen
Chateau d’Eau

Chateau d’Eau

Vhateau d’Eau
Ofcourse there is also still attention for awareness. The quality of our tap water is really good and thousand times less expensive (as well as beter for our environment). Maud van Deursen made 4 carafes that help us to be aware of how special tap water is. The  shapes of the carafes reflect dutch water towers and emphasize the flow of water in a different way.
http://www.maud-design.nl

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I would love to show you all 155 projects, but  that would be a bit much :-)  After seeing the whole graduation show i noticed some subjects (or trends) that kept coming back and wanted to share a preview of it.
If you want to see more and if you don’t have any plans yet this weekend; please go to Eindhoven and visit the „ Witte Dame”! More info & http://www.ddw.nl/
This guestpost is written by Janneke van de Haterd
You can find her here on Pinterest
Thanks so much Janneke!!
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