Isola Design District Goes to Eindhoven for the Dutch Design Week

Italian innovation and craftsmanship will move to the Dutch Design Week with Isola Design District

Ahi! Chair by Federica Corona & Juan Torres. Ahi! is an experiment that wants to convey lightness and beauty freeing our society from common prejudices

From 19 to 27 October Isola Design District will participate in the third edition of the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. The 9-day event has a palimpsest dedicated to design, innovation, sustainability and craftsmanship, thanks to the fusion of different design fields.

Erika Baffico & Sebastiano Tonelli have designed a series of suspension lamps called Odo for Oikoi Design & Lighting (Ph: Max Rommel)

Isola Design District, a marketing project that promotes new international design talents and local craftsmen from the Isola district in Milan. Established by creative agency Blank, it organizes exhibitions, installations and workshops during the Milano Design Week.

The 3D Bar by Caracol Studio, a completely 3D-printed bar

Dutch Design Week will host the event curated by Blank titled “Unlimited Design – Dutch Edition” at Pennings Foundation (Geldropseweg 63, 5611 SE Eindhoven). The exhibition by Isola Design District in Eindhoven will host 35 designers, including Marco Williams Fagioli, Caracol Studio, Izgi Erik, Ciro Bergonzi, Myriam Kuehne Rauner and Pietro Algranti. If you wish, you can also shop at the Milan Design Market. Main sponsors of the event: 3M and Lavazza. [Text Anguilla Segura]


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