April 10, 2017
CoffeeLab has expanded to a new location. This month, another bar opens its doors in Den Bosch. To notify passers by we created some temporary window covers.
April 1, 2017
Reap what you sow
Salone del Mobile is coming up and Dutch Invertuals will once again present a brand new show by the name ‘Harvest’. Edhv is part of the show so make sure you don’t miss it.
March 31, 2017
Edhv supports Eindhoven Kemphanen Youth ice hockey team since 2015. We were given this shirt as a sign of appreciation. Thank you, ‘Haantjes’! Go get ’em.
March 3, 2017
As part of the Advanced Relics exhibition the ceramic tile factory was on show during the Salone del Mobile in Milan. This video shows the symphonic dynamic of the installation at work, recreating volcanic patterns. The mesmerizing process of rhythmic overflowing and draining embodies the marriage between nature and technology.
February 23, 2017
Perception of space
During a prelude event to a year full of Design Edhv was invited by the Philips Museum to do a lecture on Space Age design in support of the exhibition that is currently on show at the Museum.
Our perception of space has changed drastically over the last century. From a fear of the unknown to a concept that needs to be explored and conquered, to the rise of virtual space and disappearance of physical objects.
February 20, 2017
Dutch Design Daily Live #9
For the ninth edition of Dutch Design Daily Live, organized in collaboration with Pakhuis de Zwijger a selection was made from the archive of the online platform. With presentations by Circus Family, Dutch Invertuals, Trapped in Suburbia, Studio Tast and a column by Jacob de Baan.
In a Q&A with Woes van Haaften, Wendy Plomp en Remco van de Craats gave some insights on the evolution of Dutch Invertuals.
February 20, 2017
Talk on identity
Last week Edhv was invited by Sint Lucas in Boxtel to give some insights on how the studio operates in two lectures. We always feel humbled to be able to tell something about what we do to the new generation. Good to see so much ambition and potential in there.
February 18, 2017
It is fascinating to see how people from various ages, backgrounds and cultures speculate what our future reality will be. For the 100th birthday celebration of the city library, people are invited to imagine how we will live in the year 2116. Another 10 ideas and stories were uploaded by visitors and have now been translated into 3D printed objects. The objects are currently on show in the library.
Below you can see a visualization of a future energy mast, DAF drone, cableway as city transport, jetpack, internet food tube distribution, teleportation watch, robot Formule 1 chair, Eindhoven on Mars, a locked book that preserves cultural heritage and a submarine car.
You are welcome to check out the 3D prints at the local library.
February 17, 2017
Because we are interested in staying up to date with high-end technologies and explore their possible applications in identity design, we like to organize a try-out every once in a while.
Last week we invited Indicia at the Edhv studio to showcase Virtual Reality. Events like these continue to inspire us in discussing possible domains where we can implement different technologies. It allows us to keep innovating and enhancing the dynamic of identities.
February 6, 2017
Visualizing the future
For the city library that is celebrating its 100th birthday we are inviting people to come up with ideas how we live in the year 2116. these ideas are being translated into 3D printed objects and will be on show at the library.
These are some examples of objects made after the stories that have been uploaded. A city on clouds, tree house, hovering Evoluon, flying robots, etc.
Go check them all out at our local library.