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Dutch Design Yearbook

Competition: five copies of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2010 to be won

We've teamed up with NAi Publishers to to offer readers the chance to win one of five copies of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2010.

Dutch Design Yearbook

The 216-page paperback presents 50 projects from the Netherlands in the last year and includes work by designers Maarten Baas, Aldo Bakker and Studio Job, fashion brands like G-Star, and architects including John Körmeling and Rem D. Koolhaas.

Dutch Year Book

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Dutch Design Yearbook

Competition closes 23 November 2010. Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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Dutch Design Yearbook

The information below is from the publishers:

Dutch Design Yearbook 2010
The Best of Dutch Design

The Dutch Design Yearbook is the authoritative survey of the best of Dutch spatial design, product design, fashion, and graphic design in 2009-2010.

Dutch design has rocked the world, with sensational and innovative work by designers in the Netherlands. The editors of the Dutch Design Yearbook, Timo de Rijk, Antoine Achten, Vincent van Baar, and Bert van Meggelen, are pleased to present this year's survey of the latest developments. The yearbook presents the 50 top designs that came out of the Netherlands in 2009-2010, covering the fields of spatial design, product design, fashion, and graphic design. Featured designers include Maarten Baas, Aldo Bakker, G-Star, Joost Grootens, Hans van Heeswijk, John Körmeling, Rem D. Koolhaas, Lernert & Sander, MVRDV, Piet Parra, Letman & Sprey, Studio Dumbar, Merkx+Girod, Studio Job, Bertjan Pot, Scholten & Baijings, Koen van Velsen, Jeroen Vinken, and West 8.

Three leading international critics – Glenn Adamson, Aaron Betsky, and Rick Poynor – have contributed essays presenting their views on the current state and characteristics of Dutch design. A supplementary selection of a few dozen major events, publications, and exhibitions in the field rounds out the discussion of design in this period. This bilingual publication will appeal to a broad range of individuals with an interest in Dutch design.

Dutch Design Awards The yearbook has been compiled in cooperation with the Dutch Design Awards (DDA), an annual celebration of the best of Dutch design. Alongside the well- known competition and closing awards ceremony, the DDA organization also sponsors an international touring exhibition with the work of the winners and finalists, and supports the production of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2010. This year's awards ceremony will take place on Saturday 23 October at the Muziekgebouw Frits Philips in Eindhoven. The exhibition will run from 23 to 31 October in the Brainport Greenhouse, forming one of the highlights of EindhovenÊs crowd-pulling Dutch Design Week.

Editors: Timo de Rijk, Antoine Achten, Vincent van Baar en Bert van Meggelen
Design: Studio Dumbar
216 pages
Illustrated (colour)
Dimensions: 22.5 x 27.5 cm
Dutch/English edition
ISBN 978-90-5662-755-3
In cooperation with the Dutch Design Awards
Available from 23 October

Congratulations to our winners! Lee McLaughlin from the UK, Michael Makabori in The Netherlands, Anja Besson Rasolondraibe in France, Robert Miculas from Romania and Jeremy Vander Noord in Australia.