Dutch Design Week 2008 - Design Academy
by sabine7 / October 29, 2008


Marieke Staps showed a soil-powered clock, Jón Bjornssson featured Bucket, black sand from Iceland mixed with epoxy to create a table, a wine cooler and a flower box, and Nathan Wierink featured Joints. The Move & Groove by Simon Sopamena is a bicycle for children who use a wheelchair and the Oak Lifestyle Bike from Reinier Korstanje adds to the traditional frame. The Speeltegel by Eefje van Gemert animates the pavement, and although the Stad op maat by Timon van der Hijden looks like a toy city, the skyscrapers are lights, the church is a clock and the factory is a wall socket. Marly Gommans had a whole line of cat furniture and Philippe Malouin showed the Dervish light, the blow up Grace table and the handy Hanger chairs. Although Charlotte Dumoncel D'Argence showed a World in Decay, there was (Nothing to) Hide from Willem de Ridder.

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Speeltegel by Eefje van Gemert


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Dervish by Philippe Malouin


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Hanger Chairs by Philippe Malouin


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Hanger Chairs by Philippe Malouin


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(Nothing to) Hide by Willem de Ridder


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Stad op maat by Timon van der Hijden


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Cat's In Style bed for cats from Marly Gommans


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A World in Decay by Charlotte Dumoncel D'Argence


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Oak Lifestyle Bike from Reinier Korstanje


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Bucket from Jón Bjornsson


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Joints by Nathan Wierink


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Move & Groove by Simon Sopamena


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