interactive sustainable design
innovation / products / urban environment

interactive sustainable design

Daan Roosegaarde of Studio Roosegaarde is a Dutch designer who uses familiar principles – the use of some form of friction or movement to create energy – in such a way that it results in products that are innovative and interacting, but most of all very inspiring. Roosegaarde’s sustainable dance floor captures the energy of dancers and uses … Continue reading

give me the keys!
architecture / exhibition / urban environment

give me the keys!

This year’s winners of the bi-annual Rotterdam design prize is Rietveld Landscape with the project Vacant NL. This installation was made for and shown first at the 2010 Venice International Architecture Exhibition. It makes visible exactly how many public, governmental buildings are vacant in the Netherlands. With the Dutch government’s ambition to belong to the top … Continue reading