Collection by Heather Corcoran

A Crowd-Sourced Exhibition of Solutions for the Future

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More than 750 proposals were submitted for "Dream Out Loud: Designing for Tomorrow's Demands," the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam's survey of forward-thinking Dutch design, which runs through January 1, 2017. stedelijk.nl

Marjan van Aubel's solar-powered charging tables and windows earned the designer a spot on our 2016 Young Guns list.…
Pieter Stoutjesdijk's Post-disaster shelters can be built locally from 122 ECO Boards— panels made from crop residues…
Helmut Smits proposed the idea of a "1 Meter Party" when a child reaches the height milestone as a celebration not…
Pavel van Houten's "Wallpaper Artis," 2014, was inspired by an expression translating to “nature is the teacher of art…
Floor Nijdeken's "Crossover Collective" revives the sewing circle as a place for community connection. Photo: Louise te…
Dirk Vander Kooij's "Not Only Hollow" chair was made with a custom-designed 3D printer that extrudes ribbons of plastic…
The physics of neon light—how colorless inert gas glows when exposed to electricity—is the subject of Pieke Bergmans's…
Helmut Smits turns a critical eye to consumer culture and the ubiquity of Coca-Cola in "The Real Thing," a distilling…
Industrial waste is the starting material for the mirrors in Studio Drift's Obsidian Project. Photo: Erik & Petra…
With porcelain pieces like "Shaping Space III" Claire Verkoyen remarks on the history of global trade by embellishing…
With "The In Vitro Meat Cookbook," the Next Nature Network proposes 45 unusual recipes for cultured meat, a protein…
Marleen Kaptein looked to dragonfly wings for inspiration behind her lightweight carbon fiber chair. Photo: LABADIE /…
Designers Marcia Nolte and Stijn van der Vleuten and artist Bob Waardenburg accumulate mass-produced throwaway objects…
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