Discover Eindhoven, The Netherlands in this catalogue of creative happenings

Lowland design

October 20th, 2010


Arnhemse Meisjes, Arnhemse Meisjes, Work by Ilvy Jacobs

There is a particular way of designing Dutchly. It’s not loud, it’s clever, it’s diverse, and if the programme I picked up today is anything to go by, it’s international world class standard (completely in English). The Dutch Design Week (DDW) 2010, 23 – 31 October in Eindhoven is a major happening during which one friend said “there is no end to the day during the whole week, and you go around from event to party and think, hey, I live in a city!”. The Dossier will be giving its stamp of coverage throughout the coming days.

Perhaps you can make a start by visiting the site and making some sort of game plan …

See you round the traps, or if you’re further afield, then let’s hook up on the interwebs in this space, or @the_dossier!

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