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Cutting-edge shapes from Dutch Design Week 2023

As a design consultant, I am always on the lookout for small details and changes within the overall direction of interior and product design. Frayed edges and seams felt really fresh this year.

Here are 5 fabulous designs that stood out to me at #DDW23 (clockwise from the large image):

– Poetic lamp made of Korean mulberry paper by Jungeun Hong.

– Knits designed to relieve and comfort migraine sufferers by Laura Dieckwisch in collaboration with Textielmuseum.

– Icons Re/outfitted by Hannah Brabon for The Visionary lab; pre-loved Eames chairs by Vitra with repurposed denim by Levis.

– Explorations in form and colour by art and design platform and label Transnatural.

– Unique ceramics by Willem van Hoof. He also showcased other collections that I loved.

This is just one of the new aesthetics I have discovered at DDW. I’m happy to help brands make informed decisions on how to keep up to date.

Could you use some feedback on your collections or help to update them? With 17 years of experience in the Home & Interiors industry, I can give you sound advice.