Dutch Design Week attracts an estimated 275,000 visitors

The Dutch Design Week (DDW) 2015 attracted an estimated record number of more than 275,000 visitors, according to the organisation. Last year, around 250,000 people visited the DDW, so the organisation can reflect on a successful fourteenth edition.

The event presented experiments and ideas, answers and solutions by 2,500 designers, for 9 days, at almost 100 locations. The theme this year was ‘What if…’. DDW exhibited work by renowned designers, based on this theme. There was extra focus on the trendwatchers, dreamers, changers and their innovations.

According to the organisation, the new location Veemgebouw was a valuable addition to the week. Here, the Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie (Foundation for the Promotion of Creative Industries) presented the new generation of digital designers and architects.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Lizzie Kean (LinkedIn)

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