IDE Exhibits at Dutch Design Week 2019

19 October 2019 14:00 till 27 October 2019 18:00 - Location: Klokgebouw, Eindhoven - By: Communication

Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, is one of the world’s biggest design events. Running from 19–27 October, this year it will feature work from many members of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering.

This year’s Design United theme is Tilt Shift: Reframing Futures. The exhibition will showcase eleven projects from the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering alongside work from our counterparts at TU Eindhoven, the University of Twente and Wageningen University, which together make up this 4TU Research Centre. The exhibition showcases visions – some critical, some more optimistic - of how design and technology will shape the world of tomorrow. Research topics range from digital-physical interaction to augmented health and the circular economy. The exhibition will open on Saturday 19 October 14:00 at the Klokgebouw in Eindhoven.

Delft design engineers also playing a role at this year’s event, include:

  • Professors Conny Bakker and Ruud Balkenende, who are participating in the Sustainability Embassy, along which PhD student, Jelle Joustra, who will be sharing his work on the reuse of wind turbine blades
  • Professor Peter Vink and Thomas Rutte, who will inviting the public to experience the future of flying in their mock-up of Flying V
  • Design doing @KLM. This exhibition will consider how large companies such as KLM can become truly innovative and how design can play a role in this. The interactive stand will offer a mini design experience so that visitors can understand how Delft design is helping KLM
  • Masters students from the Advanced Embodiment Design course, who will be presenting a prototype they have developed for the Critical Alarms Lab called Doplor Revisited: Artful warnings for environmental sound quality awareness

The Dutch Design Week exhibitions will be open daily from Saturday 19 October until Sunday 27 October, 11:00-18:00.