Dutch Design Week

DDW offers a vast programme including exhibitions, presentations, experiments, seminars, lectures and workshops, meet ‘n greet parties, food and drinks – more than 300 events at 80 venues in Eindhoven from 18 October to 26 October 2014.

The Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE) and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) as well as other well-known locations like Kazerne and Schellensfabriek, Section C and TAC, MU and the Van Abbemuseum will open their doors for national and international exhibitions.

Dutch Universities of Technology (Eindhoven, Delft and Twente) under the banner of Design United (3TU) will exhibit designs of the future at the Klokgebouw. Expected highlights include the DAE Graduation Show, a Design Health Hackathon by Philips in the Philips museum, the Dutch Design Awards (DDA) exhibition and awards ceremony and the NOW future evening in cooperation with VPRO on the 23 October.

The DDW nine-day events programme and ticket information is online www.ddw.nl.

Source: www.vvveindhoven.nl

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