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BAAS


Maarten is seen as one of the most influential Dutch Designers of the 21ste century so far. His work can be described as rebellious, humorous, intellectual, theatrical, and artistic.


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#WOKE


Attention: The following content has been stripped off of shine and glitter and will not make you feel better about yourself. It’s okay, it doesn’t make the writers feel better either. Today’s mood is #woke. Viewer discretion is advised.


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FASHIONTECH


“Our current society sees clothes as a ‘disposable’; –
designed to be used once and then thrown way. I think we
should be able to do this differently”.


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UNNECESSARY INVENTIONS


Matt Benedetto runs an Instagram page where he displays designs that are out of the ordinary and
pretty much useless. But in some way, the uselessness is still useful.


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UNIVERSITY REBELLION


University Rebellion NL consists of students, academics and university staff. They urge Dutch universities to take responsibility for utilizing their agency in the climate and ecological crises




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Drone to the rescue | Blue Jay


At Blue Jay, interaction design is more then app building, which might be the first thing that comes to mind. The team is responsible for everything related to the interaction with the drone which means testing, prototyping and implementing of both hardware and software. For this, the team works together with the other teams at Blue Jay.


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Fuel for the Future | Team SOLID


Team Solid is a student team that wants to improve the world, by creating a new sort of fuel. They believe that a circular process might be the answer to reduce CO2 emission. The mission is to make big industries or the maritime transport sector more sustainable.


Podcast

Filtered by Design | UNID from HOME #3


In today’s podcast, Yvonne and Jori discuss the current situation around face masks in The Netherlands and they share 3 experts, in the field of design, who started their own initiatives to make better facemasks.




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