Dutch Design Week for kids
During Dutch Design Week, there is plenty to experience, but what is there to do for children? We answer this frequently asked question with a handful of tips!
Antoine Peters' new collection Space Garments will bring a smile to your face. Here's what to expect: surprising, playful, and humorous clothing and sculptures.
Have you always wanted to know what Eindhoven looked like in the Middle Ages? Travel through the past by taking a step into this interactive gate on Ketelhuisplein.
BYOR - Build Your Own Robot
With the help of sensors, buzzers, lights, and engines, you can turn almost any craft into a robot. BYOR is creative, technical, and sustainable. Sounds like fun, right?
“Dat kan mijn kleine nichtje ook”
Furniture making becomes child's play with Joni Veizaj. The designer playfully translates crafting techniques into production techniques, showing the joy of making.
Groef is fun for young and old. With this interactive installation (and web application), children discover the music of the past. How? By putting your phone on a record player.
Art Tech Fun Robot eGirls Manifestations
At de Melkfabriek, 50(!) artists put the interaction between humans and technology in a different light. On the program, there are several workshops for kids.