Pictures tips: images from the fair to the displayed trends
The Dutch design week in Eindhoven “Dutch Design Week” is one of the events where you can learn quite a bit about interior trends and furniture trends. For this reason, fans of tasteful home design from around the world gather there again and again. Do we look at together, what 2015 there for what’s new in the output? We have tried to pick out these ideas and trends that we believe are of interest to most people.
The latest trends on the Dutch design week 2015
Laconic and clear expression
The exhibited items seem for minimalist furnishings, loft, vintage design made to be. Still we experienced several eclectic and fusion designs at the fair. Simple and modern forms was taken to the usage. Designers try to convey that the future of the geometric shapes and the clear boundaries is long. Particularly, the furniture of the local factory Piet Hein Eek have attracted us. They are notable for their very original character, symbolize all of the listed furniture trends at the same time. The factory could be visited during the Milan design week. You could visit all halls, including this one, where the production takes place. Other local design firms followed suit.
Trends for minimalist and industrial style furniture
Casual Shabby chic look by Piet Hein Eek
Innovations in production technology
You can learn a lot about the innovations in production technology at Dutch design week. This year was no exception in this respect. Many companies provided the designers just new and deeper insight.
New fabrics and materials
Some of the greatest innovations in fashion and design to happen on the field of substances and materials. Many compounds, plastic and polymers with great new features were used for the production of innovative furniture.
The future belongs to the innovative materials and technologies
The Studio Plott represents a perfect example in this respect. Thanks to special processing of the plastic and the use of 3D printer creates gorgeous structures. Depending on what designers want, they show different shapes and sizes.
Creative work by Studio Plott
3D models of special printers
Innovation and creativity at the highest level
Designer inspired by the future
Again, we emphasize the fact that retro and antique designs play a very important role for the modern furniture. It is the future but also in the other direction of time -.
The Futurism, here we have, is characterized by strong emotions. These are not just positive. Some themes offer a mix of vision and harsh realism. An open question remains whether this to interpret as a criticism of the society that is!
Futuristic surrealism in furniture design
We believe it is increasingly becoming the trend (in the widest sense of the word) to convey certain political messages indeed in modern design.
The commitment with social development goes beyond painting out possible scenarios for our future. You would not just warn us before the results on the path chosen by us. Rather, it wants to contribute to keeping our environment. Several of the projects relate to issues of health and sustainable production. These issues play an increasingly important role in the forms of new design trends.
Wall tiling and retro chairs made of plywood by Piet Hein Eek
We take the firm Refil as an example. 3D printer process old machines and plastic bottles. You use it again to create great chandeliers, vases, jewellery and decoration.
Furniture trends are always intuitive
Bottom line, one can say that the fashion trends are always intuitive. You are more and more adaptable for our inner attitude. Some show also a great adaptability, which makes it great for a long-standing application.
See our pictures from the fair and other photos of trendy furniture pieces! Can affect you this beauty. Then decide whether you opt for these new trends or remain more conservative in your design.
The designer Piet Hein Eek
Distinctive and casual
Eclecticism of a special kind with Piet Hein Eek
Sustainable vintage wall covering
Upcycling for the bar counter made of metal tubes
Harmonic contrast in the retro style
When Piet Hein Eek, you will find splendid wooden baskets and bowls
A little boho chic is also
Northern clarity and straightforward furniture design
Muted colors and simple elegance
Living room coziness Dutch-style
Piet Hein Eek sideboard in 50’s style
Retro home accessories and furniture with Scandinavian flair
Fragile simplicity with curved shapes
Upcycling with momentum for your home in the industrial style
Halloween decoration with plastic bottles by Refil Studio
The smart food system forage by Lars Janzee