Dutch Design Week 2008 - Dutch Design Awards & Designhuis
by sabine7 / November 5, 2008


Richard Hutton's Play with Tradition carpet catches you in a double take every time, while it is hard not to recognize the work of Maarten Baas. The B'kini Chair by Gutzz can be worn indoors or out, and YKSI's modules can be intimate seating or a longer bench. The Toy Folder by Rodrigo Solórzano allows anyone to use cereal boxes or any cardboard to create a series of toys, and Flatmates by Morton Engebretsen can be folded up when not in use. The Kate Chair by Sebastian Herkner makes use of 3D technology to combine textile and steel for the back, and the Change Air by Alex Petit is an ionizer that turns the light from hazy to clear when in action. Also caught on the scene during Dutch Design Week were pieces by Staffan Holm, Marie Retpen, Wessel van Offeren, and Fredrik Forsman, while Julie Arrivé keeps all the furniture away from the walls.

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Play with Tradition Carpet by Richard Hutton


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Maarten Baas


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B'kini Chair by Gutzz


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YKSI


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Toy Folder by Rodrigo Solórzano


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Flatmates by Morton Engebretsen


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Kate Chair by Sebastian Herkner


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Change Air by Alex Petit


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Precious by Staffan Holm


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Home Sweet Home by Marie Retpen


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Top of Furnitures by Julie Arrivé


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Wessel van Offeren


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Battlefield Tactics by Fredrik Forsman


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