Designer Miriam van der Lubbe has recently been appointed as Creative Head of Dutch Design Week 2022 (DDW22). In this capacity she is responsible for the implementation of the DDW22 programme. Together with the board of DDF, she will also be involved in the search for and selection of the new creative leader and face of DDW from 2022 – the successor of Martijn Paulen. Read more
Again, it has been a challenging year- but GOSH have we been enjoying ourselves!
We thank everyone we worked with and worked for this past year for their great energy and collaboration. We are looking forward to 2022 with some exciting project to come. Will be continued...
How can we facilitate good workplaces close to home so that commuters need to make fewer transport movements? Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe will be working on this design question. Embassy lab: Workplaces at home! in collaboration with Rijkswaterstaat, World Design Embassies and Dutch Design Foundation
The Wide World of VDL at full speed! We designed a smart structure for this multinational in which different types of visitors are introduced to the innovative power of this company in their own way. Read more
The doors of the renovated entrance area of Van Abbemuseum are open! Toghether with Diederendirrix architects we designed this public space
Miriam as a guest judge for the Open Call of Atelier Neérlandais, part of the Dutch Embassy in Paris, on the occasion of the Paris Design Week.
Work of the winner will be on display during Paris Design Week in Atelier Néerlandais from 9 to 18 September 2021.
On March 30, Miriam was a guest at Salon van Gogh, opening of the new Van Gogh National Park. An initiative for valuable heritage, greenery to the heart of the cities and sustainable tourism, in the middle of the economically powerful region of Brabant. Miriam talked about tourism as an opportunity for a valuable living environment for everyone. Watch here
Images: Jessica den Hartog, right: McKayla Crump on Unsplash
“Most times, the biggest challenge for accessibility is designers are involved in a project too late. But that’s changing,” Miriam says. Read the full article about accessible design here on the international platform for interior design, IIDA.
Athough we have never experienced a more challenging year - BOY have we been busy... We thank everyone we worked with and worked for this past year for their great energy and collaboration. Let's make 2021 even better!
In Utrecht, rehabilitative care is reframed as 4-star hospitality. Read more
During Dutch Design Week, Miriam van der Lubbe, Stef Driessen (Sector Banker Leisure at ABN AMRO) and Conrad van Tiggelen (Director Strategy & Branding at NBTC), led by Anouk van Eekelen (Director Destination Development at NBTC), discussed opportunities for new tourism. Watch the DDW TV broadcast here.
A ROOM WITH A VIEW! See the virtual exhibition of District E here.
17 - 25 october
Inspiration map for new tourism in The Netherlands. Design thinking as a tool for designing new destinations.
17 - 25 october 2020
Virtual exhibition during Dutch Design Week 2020! District E is the future of Eindhoven.