An evening about design with Ineke Hans, one of the leading Dutch designers of our time.
Ineke wil present her views on the interaction between design and society. Changes in society require new design, new use of space and new ways of thinking. Offices start to look more like homes while more people work from home. The boundaries are blurring. Meanwhile urbanisation, smaller houses and smaller households mean a different use of space, furniture and everyday objects. How does a designer respond to these sort of changes? Which trends can we expect that will have an impact on the world around us?
Ineke studied 3D Design at the Artez University of the Arts in Arnhem and gained a Masters in Furniture Design from the Royal College of Art in London. She now runs a studio in Arnhem and one London since she moved back to London in 2015. She design for renowned international companies such as Cappelini, Magis, Arco, Ahrend and Iittala, worked on the HQ for Rabobank and in 2016 held a popup exhibition in the Furniture Galleries of the Victoria & Albert Museum.