May 28, 2015
New skin, update
Almost done. Almost.
May 28, 2015
Pizza session with Eindhoven Founders Group. Sharing experience on start-ups and beyond.
May 21, 2015
At the campus of Maxima Medisch Centrum in Veldhoven one building gets a total make over. The building will house a range of medical innovation start-ups in the near future. We made a new skin that is being applied as we speak and will be ready by the end of this week.
May 18, 2015
Today we paid a visit to the TEDx Maastricht Salon. Maastricht Lab hosted this event that took place in an abandoned church. Edhv provided the graphical support to the occasion. And nice to see Daan Melis doing his talk on ‘City Making’ in Eindhoven.
May 7, 2015
Field testing Getthebuzz in Milan during the Salone del Mobile. After the pilot during the Dutch Design Week last october we took it a level up to see how it would work at and international large scale event.
May 1, 2015
Since 2013 we have been working on a digital publishing concept. Together with the Province of Brabant we launched the first Pilot of Getthebuzz.nl During DDW 2014. This concept was developed for enhancing the live experience and embedding of an event in its local context by channeling social media as well as self generated content in one overview. It functions like a subjective real-time digital newspaper and shows everything that is happening during the event through the eyes of the visitors and reporters.
April 29, 2015
One of the things that keeps happening is those goodbye moments when interns are leaving. After months of hard work they are like a part of the team. So it’s often with a double emotion that we say farewell. On one side ‘hate to see them go’ on the other side ‘curious how their careers will turn out.’ they come from far these days. We had interns from: France, England, Russia, Poland, Japan, Bulgaria, Italy, Canada, Singapore, Denmark, United States, Brazil not to forget the many Dutch off course. And the list keeps on growing like a global family. It keeps us dynamic. They come and learn from us as much as we learn from them. It’s a big privilege to work with them and be able to play a little role in their development as designers. Maybe that’s why the barbeque has become like a goodbye ritual at our studio. If the weather is good off course.
April 24, 2015
And yes, as always Dutch Invertuals has it’s party on a friday night as a celebration for all the hard work. And after the party the after party.
April 24, 2015
Dutch Invertuals presents:
Within the context of the future way of life the designers explore the esthetics and complexities of an increasingly virtual world. Technology is becoming invisible. The intactile world is gaining ground in the understanding of who we are. While physical objects lose function, forms are freed, orphaned and adopted. What is left are merely bodies reflecting our identities.
All this requires a renegotiation of the space around us and it’s effects on being human. Generations to come will refer to the past as primitive.
This exhibition is an exploration that reflects, moves, shines and glows. Crafting materials with character rather than function. Flirting with new esthetics and usabilities. At the same time they cultivate the presence of a new kind of language: BODY LANGUAGE.
Participating designers are: Aliki van der Kruijs, Alissa + Nienke, Arnout Meijer, Daphna Laurens, Dienke Dekker, Edhv, Germans Ermičs, Jetske Visser & Michiel Martens, Nina van Bart, Noman, Philipp Weber, Thomas Vailly & Laura Lynn Jansen, Tijmen Smeulders and Victoria Ledig. Dutch Invertuals is founded and curated by Wendy Plomp.
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April 24, 2015
Setting up shows in Milan is starting to become a routine. After all the stuff arrived by truck and all Dutch Invertuals arrive by plane the briefing for the exhibition begins. This time, hanging 80 lights is the challenge. In the mean time the promotional items are being prepared and flyers sorted out. When everything is set another briefing about each individual work takes place so everyone can represent everyone to the fullest.