Taking place from 22 to 30 October 2016 in Eindhoven, Dutch Design Week 2016 will focus on the creative process under the theme The Making Of. WeVux suggests you three exciting exhibitions:

 

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“In Need Of…” is the 2016 Design Academy Eindhoven graduates show that will present the visions of 171 designer for a better world. The themes include war, peace, surveillance, privacy and gender and the show is curated by Studio Formafantasma. Production processes and methods are also challenged through new material innovations and technologies. In Need Of… at De Witte Dame, Emmasingel 14

 

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“Products in Process Part 2” is an exhibition from a group of designers who came together to showcase the unseen steps of the research process in Milan. The colourful, material-focused show presents playful designs related to colour, materials and techniques. Each is intended to trigger a dialogue between designers, clients and manufacturers by presenting everything but the end product. Envisions Products in Process Part 2, VDMA, Vestdijk 25-27.

 

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At “For Play” 30 designers explore the contemporary culture of eroticism, gratification, lust and desire. The exhibition includes products, installations and performances covering a vast array of intimacy-related issues, including problematic sex, the prevention of sexual displeasure, and instant sexual gratification through the use of sex toys and porn. For Play, MU, Torenallee 40-06.

 

(via dezeen)

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