Within Kazerne Lab, professional creatives work cross-over with other (economic) sectors to develop products, insights, and incentives for topical issues. With their fresh perspective and outlook, they provide current social, cultural and economic issues with inspiration, new perspectives, and answers. That may sound rather pompous, but it is, in fact, an extremely practical process.
The Lab is not a physical workplace but a project that is worked on within the heads and studios of the participating designers.
Social Design Lab
The social design Lab explores the open question of how designers can contribute to a more liveable world of tomorrow.
In the inventory Lab, designers work with regional manufacturing industries on creating innovative inventory for hospitality ends.
Brabant C, Cultuur Eindhoven, Stichting Doen, Driven by Design, Metropool Regio Eindhoven, VSB fonds.
Looking for a durable next step in your business? Or do you opt for a radical change? Come and team up with the Kazerne Opportunity Lab. See our open call.
Sustainable day care
– BCXSY, Twinkelbel & Mosa
A new aesthetic for products that can contribute
to the self-sufficiency of day-care centers, with
the pleasure of clients as an important factor.
diy mine kafon
–Massoud Hassani & Marc Brand
A manual for a land minesweeper made from waste, which directly contributes to the global landmine problem at local level.
–N.Sybrandy, HAS Hogeschool & Philips
A manual to directly contribute from recycled office trays to the global food problem and awareness about it.
– Izabela Boloz & Heijmans
Street furniture in which sustainable energy and innovative street lighting contribute to social interaction in the public space.
making life easier
–4 design duo’s and Renault
Studio Thier & VanDaalen, Studio Nuance, Joost Jansen & Jesse Kirschner, and Alissa + Nienke competed for a Renault Design Award within the theme.
– Maarten Baas & 12 Friends
Collaborating from one’s characteristics creates new creative possibilities, between starting and established professionals alike.
Beauty of discoloration
– rENs & verf- en autoindustrie
Does a Ferrari have to be red? An investigation into the natural wear and tear of environmentally harmful car paints at a time that vintage reigns.
–Joost van Bleiswijk & Volkskrant
Why do people ruin their own environment? How can it be that someone does not destroy their own telephone, but does demolish a bus shelter?
Inventory lab: bar
– Jeroen Wand & Intera
What is involved in the realization of a bar, in addition to routing, materials and the production process? With thanks to DR Trading, Gulpener Bier and Van Zelst.
INVENTORY LAB: TABLES
– Daphna Laurens, KowBedaux & Roxal
Does the intensive use in the catering industry make you pick sustainable materials that are more expensive or not? Thanks to ARPA.
INVENTORY LAB: PROTOPUNK OUTDOOR KITCHEN
– Joost van Bleiswijk, Roxal & MCB
An impressive and instagrammable outdoor kitchen with a high WOW-factor.
INVENTORY LAB: VERBENA TEXTILE
– Kiki van Eijk, EE Exclusives & Wasserij Boumans
Napkins and blankets inspired by the heritage and products of Kazerne
INVENTORY LAB: APTUM LIGHTING
– Ontwerpduo & Cleary LED
Custom light installations in geometrical shapes.
FUNDING AND CONSTRUCTION MODELS FOR HERITAGE
– Geert Bogaard, Harrie van Helmond & Sanne de Koning
How can heritage be maintained in a new economic reality?