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Dutch Design Week 2012, Pt. 3

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During Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven—The Netherlands' creative nexus—we had the chance to see firsthand what conceptual thinkers, designers, and artists are working on. Demonstrated by workshops, lectures, and provocative artistic statements, a collection of thoughts and ideas relating to transportation, food, and the environment embraces new technological sciences impacted by the changing social conscience. As always, the breadth and depth of the work was impressive. We've collected some highlights for you to enjoy.

Dutch Design Week 2012 has its own daily tabloid covering the daily programs.
We stumbled across this old DAF Variomatic at Piet Hein Eek’s factory.
Here's a project by Scholten and Baijings, the design duo known for a sophisticated use of pattern and color.
Scholten and Baijings designed versatile accessory bags to replace fixed storage systems currently seen in cars.
Here's a mockup Mini interior—a prototype that references fashion and furniture elements to give a fresh perspective to...
At the Designhuis, the exhibition De Etende Mens ("The Eating Man") curated by Marije Vogelzang showcases the work of...
The grand entrance to De Etende Mens shows the Aquaponics system and indoor farming setup with distinct blue-red...
One of the gallery rooms to the De Etende Mens exhibit showed a series of hanging plates on the wall from the American...
For his Beehive vase, Tomas Libertiny placed a mold of the design in a beehive, which the bees occupied to form this...
A project by Marije Vogelzang called "Faked Meat" explores why vegetarian alternatives to meat often imitate meat,...
A series of ideas around some more futuristic insights to food, in this case, what constitutes lab-grown meat and what...
Unexpected interactive pieces dot the city.
Eat, Drink, Design is a pop-up gallery close to the Designhuis that's dedicated to an ever-changing exposition of...
The wooden Contrast fruit bowl by BCXSY.
Maaike Roozenburg, in cooperation with Royal Delft, designed this series of sea urchin-like iron molds—Kenzan 01, 02,...
Daphna Laurens with Stool 01 and Chair 01 designed for Wittmann.
For the new label Blue D1653, the trio of Arian Brekveld, Damian O’sullivan, and Chris Koens use neoprene covers as...
Another Unexpected Interaction piece, this time from Maarten Baas at Eindhoven Central Station, showing an abandoned...
C-Fabriek, curated by Itay Ohaly & Thomas Vailly, is a place where designers work, create, and manufacture, but also...
Line 01 by Itay Ohaly is a set of light, low-tech machinery.
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