PUC × Dutch Design Week

In October of each year, the Dutch Design Week takes place in Eindhoven. The biggest design event in Northern Europe presents work and ideas of more than 2,600 designers. In more than 110 locations across the city, DDW organizes and facilitates exhibitions, lectures, prize ceremonies, networking events, debates and festivities.

Train Ticket To The Movies

Wouldn’t it be nice to have some movie entertainment in trains? However, installing LCD screens behind each seat like in airplanes would be much too expensive. A nice and effective way to solve this problem was shown at the Dutch Design Week with Jeriël Bobbe’s ‘Movie-ng Experience’. Not some projected video on a sound barrier, but a series […]

Inventions For A Nomadic Lifestyle

Designer Maaike Fransen came up with a great collection of what she calls ‘inventions for a nomadic lifestyle’. Living in a temporary situation herself, Fransen delved into the needs of an urban nomad in daily life. Being in cognito form time to time is such a basic urban need for nomads wo are spending most of […]

Integrated Bird Houses

Some people consider city birds disastrous when it comes to their homes. The birds are especially unwanted when they accommodate at attics, making holes into wall insulation, and under roof tiles. We could install some traditional wooden bird houses in our garden, on trees or social housing for birds at other places in the city. Recently we stumbled upon even more esthetical, yet subtle solutions: bird house roof tiles. These tiles consist of terracotta with a bird house perched on top where the bird can nest in.

Spotted At The Dutch Design Week 2011

Showcasing the best products, ideas and creations from both young and established designers, the DDW has become the leading design event in the Netherlands with more than 1,800 participating designers, 65 locations throughout the city, 300 events and 180,000 visitors. Industrial design, spatial design, graphic design, fashion, textiles, architecture, you name it... it's all there.