Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 The best designs from 2010-2011
Selection for the Dutch Design Awards
The Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 presents a survey of more than 60 of the best Dutch designs produced in 2010–2011 in the fields of spatial design, product design, graphic design and fashion. These are also the design selected for the Dutch Design Awards included. Combined with a selection of important events, publications and exhibitions adds colour to the design year and add to the design debate. In three essays from Max Bruinsma, Victor van der Chijs/Daan Roosegaarde and Georgette Koning is analyst the current developments in the design profession and look at the role the future of design, the changes in the design profession and the role of designer on current and future social, economic and social developments. And attention to design in the future, our environment may change.
The theme of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 is the future. Design is evolving rapidly, and designers and their methods are increasingly used for future exploration and possible scenarios in terms of design, as well as for the development of strategies. The texts in this edition of the Design Yearbook therefore devote considerable attention to anticipated changes in the design profession, to the question of how design provides an answer to current and future social, societal and economic developments, and to designers and their visions for the future.
With designs by, among others: Hansje van Halem, Marcel Wanders, Studio Rolf.fr/Zecc, Jop van Bennekom/Veronica Ditting, Bart Hess, Blommers & Schumm/Experimental Jetset, Metahaven, Guerrilla Games, Van der Veer Designers, Ineke Hans, Lernert & Sander, MVRDV, Observatorium, Opera, PhilipsDesign, Piet Oudolf, Bertjan Pot, Rietveld Landscape, RO&AD, Scholten & Baijings, Studio Glithero,West 8/MRIO, Aldo Bakker, Chris Kabel.
The Dutch Design Yearbook is a collaboration with the Dutch Design Awards, publishes by NAi Publishers and the third edition of the Dutch Design Yearbook. The yearbook presentation is a yearly returning event at the opening of the exhibition and the presentation of the Dutch Design Awards. The take place in October at the Greenhouse Brainport and is one of the highlights of the crowd-pulling Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 Dutch/English version