December 13, 2011
A studie on a de effect and possibilities of a subway line from Eindhoven Airport all the way down to Central Station and the university campus. This was part of a project to investigate the location of a Transferium on the edge of Eindhoven
December 5, 2011
Baltan Laboratory organized a lecture about generative design at our studio. Interesting topics were addressed by Eric de Haas and Jonathan Puckey who worked on a generative tool for the new visual identity of Baltan Lab. Edhv presented their new tool that generates the visual identity of ‘Huis Voor Beeldcultuur.’ Both seem to be explorations in the scope of new possibilities that designers work with nowadays.
December 5, 2011
Last week the House of Visual Culture opened it’s doors in Breda. These are some random snapshots of that happening. We worked hard on their visual identity that will be in full swing soon. Check our portfolio for updates.
November 29, 2011
A small impression of the lectures we did last night together with Joris Laarman Lab and Daan Roosegaarde about Dutch ‘Digital’ Design.
November 20, 2011
We received some images from the Dutch Design Award exhibition that took place in Istanbul early October. It showcased the work of last years nominees and winners. Our debug posters are among it if you look really close.
November 3, 2011
The traditional opening dinner for the Dutch Invertuals exhibition was amazing again. This time we had to shoot our own food.
The Dutch Invertuals presentation during the Dutch Design Week was visited by many again this year. It is becoming a kind of tradition to turn our office into a gallery space for a week. This year the theme was ‘vulnerability’. Designs so fragile they become untouchable.
October 31, 2011
Two of are projects are featured in the “New Energy in Design and Art” exhibition at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam. It is definitely worth a visit!
New Energy in Design and Art is an exhibition about energy and the search for a new balance in our living environment. Artists, designers and progressive thinkers present their (alternative) ideas about our consumption of energy. The exhibition features surprising, strange and sometimes unimaginable objects and sculptures that deal with the theme of sustainable progress. Some are poetic, others are alienating or perhaps brilliant. But they all relevant. This exhibition will be an eye-opener.
New Energy in Design and Art demonstrates how we can think differently about the consumption of energy. In Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen sustainable progress will be approached and presented in an art-historical context.
The artists and designers in this exhibition (including Atelier NL, the duo Auger-Loizeau, Joris Laarman, Philippe Rahm, Bertjan Pot, Michiel van Bakel, John Körmeling, Edhv, Oskar de Kiefte, Eric Klarenbeek, Mike Thompson, Panamarenko, Jurgen Bey, mischer’traxler, Gerrit van Bakel, Dunne & Raby, Jeroen Verhoeven, Zoe Papadopoulou, Design Drift and Theo Jansen) no longer think in terms of utopian ideas but show us pure reality. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen attempts to bring this reality into contact with our imagination.
September 29, 2011
Invited by Baltan Laboratory to attend and present at a five day intensive workshop/lecture on data visualization in Budapest. Amazingly talented people doing next level stuff in this media laboratory funded by a Hungarian telecom company. Check them out.
September 18, 2011
The temporary Moonlife Concept Store had it’s grand opening in Amsterdam last Saturday. It’s the homecoming of the Moonlife project that was initiated by Alicia Framis. Drop by if you happen to be in the hood.
September 9, 2011
Preparing a very special limited en personalised invitation with a personal message.