Published on: 19 October, 2012
During the Dutch Design Week 2012 Eindhoven University of Technology shows how technology, design, science and education reinforce each other and connect. From 20 October until 28 October 2012 there are various activities on the TU/ e campus, which show a special combination of creativity and technology. On the campus is for instance the Pull-In.
The Pull-In is a sustainable cabin built from scrap wood and other sustainable materials according to the cradle-to-cradle principle, designed by students of Architecture. Industrial Design is represented with an exhibition of the latest interactive designs which visitors can try and the exhibition "Design Changes', in which the research work of the three industrial designs and their connection with user and industry takes shape.
The Department of Industrial Design and Studium Generale have multiple activities at various locations during the Dutch Design Week as the Concept Lab, the Nano Supermarket, Ankara lighting installations, Wearable Senses, Design Cares and Smart Design pavilion. The full program of the activities of the TU/e can be found at www.tue.nl /ddw.
All events at the TU/e campus are free and happen in and around the Main Building and Vertigo.
See for further information also Cursor 4.