Best of Dutch Design 2015 travelling to Munich Creative Business Week

December 18 2015


The exhibition of Dutch Design Awards is invited by Munich Creative Business Week to present a selection of the 2015 finalists during the festival from 22-28 February.

Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW) is the largest design event held in Germany. For one week, life in Munich will focus on Design connects! Diverse events are organized throughout the city, such as exhibitions, conferences and workshops, for a diverse (inter)national professional design audience. For the coming edition, The Netherlands is partner-country of MCBW. The motto of 2016 – Design Connects Visions for the Economy – could not be more fitting to the innovative quality of Dutch designers. Trade visitors and all people interested in design can expect a lively discourse on trends, themes and theses of the Dutch design scene.

From 22-28 February Dutch Design Awards will present the exhibition Best of Dutch Design 2015. A selection of finalists will be on show, including the winners of the main categories and the three Young Designer nominees. The exhibition consists of:

  • Postsorteermachine by Flex / The Innovation Lab (winner: Product)

  • Refugee Republic by Submarine Channel (winner: Communication and Future Award)

  • Pani Community Centre by Schilderscholte Architects (winner: Habitat)

  • Autumn 2015 collection by Lanvin / Lucas Ossendrijver (winner: Fashion)

  • Mortal Cities & Forgotten Monuments by Arna Mackic (winner: Design Research)

  • Van Gogh Multimedia Tour by Fabrique (winner: Service & Systems)

  • Ambulance Drone by Alec Momont (winner: Frame Public Award)

  • Barbara Langendijk (finalist: Young Designer)

  • David Derksen (finalist: Young Designer)

  • Teresa Van Dongen (winner: Youg Designer)

Please come and visit us in München, venue Alte Kongresshalle, from 22-28 February. For more information, see the website of MCBW.

The exhibition is made possible by the Dutch Embassy in Berlin and the Federation Dutch Creative Industries.