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Competition: five copies of the 2011 Dutch Design Yearbook to be won

Competition: we’ve teamed up with NAi Publishers to to offer readers the chance to win one of five copies of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2011.

Dutch Design Yearbook

The 216-page paperback presents over 60 projects from the Netherlands in the last year, including work by designers Aldo Bakker, Studio Job and Marcel Wanders, and architects such as Anne Holtrop and MVRDV.

Dutch Design Yearbook

The volume also features some of the biggest events, awards and exhibitions of 2011, as well as discussions and debates on the theme of “the Future”.

Dutch Design Yearbook

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Dutch Design Yearbook

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Dutch Design Yearbook

Competition closes 8 November 2011. 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.

Dutch Design Yearbook

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Dutch Design Yearbook

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Dutch Design Yearbook 2011
Today's best Dutch designs

The Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 presents a survey of more than 60 of the best Dutch designs produced in 2010–2011 in the fields of spatial design, product design, graphic design and fashion. A selection of important events, publications and exhibitions adds colour to the design year and content to the design debate. In three essays, Max Bruinsma, Victor van der Chijs/Daan Roosegaarde and Georgette Koning analyse current developments in the design profession and look at the role of design in the future. The Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 is presented on 22 October 2011 during the Dutch Design Awards show.

The theme of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2011 is the future. Design is evolving rapidly, and designers and their methods are increasingly being employed for forward-looking explorations and possible scenarios in the field of design, as well as for the development of strategies. The texts in this edition of the Design Yearbook therefore devote plenty of attention to anticipated changes in the design profession, to the question of how design provides an answer to current and future social, societal and economic developments, and to designers and their visions for the future.

With designs by, among others:

Aldo Bakker, Jop van Bennekom/Veronica Ditting, Blommers & Schumm/Experimental Jetset, Guerrilla Games, Hansje van Halem, Ineke Hans, Bart Hess, Chris Kabel, Lernert & Sander, Metahaven, MVRDV, Observatorium, Opera, PhilipsDesign, Piet Oudolf, Bertjan Pot, Rietveld Landscape, RO&AD, Scholten & Baijings, Studio, Studio Glithero, Van der Veer Designers, Marcel Wanders, West 8/MRIO.

Dutch Design Awards

The festive prize-giving ceremony for the Dutch Design Awards 2011 takes place on Saturday, 22 October at the Concert Hall Frits Philips in Eindhoven. Tevens wordt tijdens de show het eerste exemplaar van het Dutch Design Jaarboek 2011 overhandigd. The exhibition runs from 22 October at the Brainport Greenhouse Eindhoven and is one of the highlights of the crowd-pulling Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. The 10th edition of the Dutch Design Week takes place from 22 till 30 October in Eindhoven.

Editors: Timo de Rijk, Antoine van Achten, Hans van de Markt
Authors: Max Bruinsma, Victor van der Chijs/Daan Roosegaarde and Georgette Koning
Design: Studio Dumbar
216 pages
Illustrated (colour)
Dimensions: 22.5 x 27.5 cm
English/Dutch edition
ISBN 978-90-5662-831-4
NAi Publishers in association with Dutch Design Awards
With the support of the Mondriaan Foundation
Available 22 October 2011

Congratulations to the winners! Arisa Ishibashi and Chris Paxton in the UK, André Barros in Brazil, Tommy Mulyadi Djayaputra in Singapore and Evi Dini in Greece all won a copy of the Dutch Design Yearbook 2011.

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