The Tenth Dutch Design Week was held in Eindhoven from 22nd October until today. The event presents the work of more than 1500 designers, from industrial design, spatial design, and graphic design to textiles, sustainable design and design management & trends.
There are 65 different locations housing more than 300 events and most of them are located in huge disused or converted Phillips factories.
The scale of the event is pretty impressive and overwhelming.
I wished we had more than one day to visit the events as there is a lot to see between the Eindhoven Design School Graduation Show, Piet Hein Eek Factory and the DDW exhbitions. Next year I'll make sure we stay longer!
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