Design is a materialistic phenomenon. And that’s a challenge, as good design today has to be responsible. Hence, designers focus more and more on different ways to produce and use assets, like re-using old- or developing new – sustainable – materials. They experiment with new (or old) production techniques, they play with scenario’s for the future, and question practices from the past.

Through more than 50 works of both starting and established designers – amongst whom Sigi Ahl x Lidewij Edelkoort for Eileen Fisher, Studio Drift, Dirk vander Kooij, Benjamin Motoc, Fabio Novembre x Lensvelt, Ontwerpduo, Baiba Soma – the exhibition shows how both accomplished labels and starting designers tackle the fundamentally contradictory theme of sustainable design. Take a look below for the complete list.

Come, see, and get inspired! During Dutch Design Week (DDW, 19-27 October) Kazerne opens from 11:00h. Entry is free with a reservation, a DDW passe-partout or with a press accreditation. Without, there is an entry fee of 3 euros per person. After DDW, as usual, entry is free. Welcome!