Monthly Archives: October 2012
Last week was traditionally a very busy one in Eindhoven. The city hosted the 11th edition of the Dutch Design Week, an annual forum of design industry (well beyond Dutch one by now). They counted more than 200,000 visitors during … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to get to the World Design Forum, already a traditional prelude to the Dutch Design Week. It was third time this year, and this time was held in a very peculiar settings, a circular semi-transparent installation, … Continue reading
Theo Camps is a Professor of Organizational Science at the Tiasnimbas Business School in Tilburg, and also a chairman of the Berenschot Group. I can’t say that his take on the emerging organizational structure (‘small-world networks’) was very new for me, but … Continue reading
Theo Camps is a Professor of Organizational Science at the Tiasnimbas Business School in Tilburg. His speech started with very personal remarks, i.e., the artwork he likes (it happens to be a piece by Josef Beuys: But the main story … Continue reading
Hans Robertus (left), director of the Dutch Design Week, listen to the opening of the World Design Forum in Eindhoven.
John Thackara, director of the Doors of Perception, welcomed the participants of the 3rd World Design Forum traditionally held prior to the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. The theme of this year is Social Innovation, with a motto/slogan Igniting … Continue reading