Dutch Design Week and Piet Hein Eek

Last week I joined a few of my fellow bloggers for a lovely lunch at Piet Hein Eek. We had such a good time just hanging, talking and eating while around us there the hustle and bustle of the Dutch Design Week was going on.
Eventually we did get up of our lazy butts and wandered around Piet Hein Eeks amazing store.

Then we took a look at Terratorium where I saw beautifully styled rooms and pretty corners. I especially loved the work of Tessa Koot and Lisa Klappe.
At Kiki and Joost’s place I could have walked around for hours, so much beautiful stuff to look at! I especially liked Kiki van Eijk’s Sewing Box Cabinet. Which was a sort of XL version of a grandma’s sewing box. I love it when an old idea is given a new form. Check out this little video clip to see the Cabinet in action.
Finally we visited Yksi which isn’t just an amazing store but they also had a little exhibition of their own called MIX’D where I saw beautiful porcelain deserts by Lenneke Wispelwey.

Eindhoven is such an inspiring place to be especially during the Dutch Design Week. I wish I could just wander around there for the entire week. So much great concepts and beauty is hard to resist!


4 responses to “Dutch Design Week and Piet Hein Eek

  1. Hele mooie samenvatting! (ik kan me die kramieken gebakjes niet eens meer herinneren. Wat stom!)

  2. Ohhh! But this is almost just as inspiring as Hello Etsy @ PHE at the end of the DDW. All so pretty!

  3. Gosh! I’m in love!

  4. Ik vond het ook super. Eindhoven is zo inspirerend. Overal creativititeit.

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