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Droog Design Celebrates Its 20th Birthday at the Milan Furniture Fair

Droog Design Celebrates Its 20th Birthday at the Milan Furniture Fair

Take a look at “Screenings” as you wander, with news of material scarcity around the world, and a look into new urban luxuries inspired by an investigation of Canada’s North. “Upstairs”

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Droog Hotel: Droog’s Plug-N-Play Amsterdam Oasis Rejuvenates Your Body And Mind

Droog Hotel: Droog’s Plug-N-Play Amsterdam Oasis Rejuvenates Your Body And Mind

Hotels are supposed to be an oasis for the wayfarer - a place of rest and relaxation for those on a long journey away from home. Gone are the days when just a warm bed and a plate of dinner made you feel

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Droog Design’s Slow Glow Table Lamp Changes Brightness by Melting Vegetable Fat

Droog Design’s Slow Glow Table Lamp Changes Brightness by Melting Vegetable Fat

Instead of using an evacuated bulb or a bulb filled with halogen, the Slow Glow lamp is filled with a familiar organic material: vegetable fat. Created by NEXT Architects and designer Aura Luz Melis for

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’85 Lamps’ Chandelier by Droog Gets Eco-Friendly LED Update

’85 Lamps’ Chandelier by Droog Gets Eco-Friendly LED Update

LED light bulbs have been lighting up everything from homes to art installations, and it seems even the most iconic light fixtures have been getting eco-friendly updates. Case in point:  Droog's

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Jurgen Bey’s Fallen Tree Trunk Bench for Droog

Jurgen Bey’s Fallen Tree Trunk Bench for Droog

Seasonal winds and unexpected storms give way to thousands of fallen trees across the country each year. So rather than sending those trunks down the wood chipper, designer Jurgen Bey has reclaimed these

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Marcel Wanders Unveils Plant-Sprouting Swing for Droog

Marcel Wanders Unveils Plant-Sprouting Swing for Droog

Most of us carry fond memories of our smaller selves being pushed high into the sky on a swing, and if you happen to be an urban dweller you definitely know the pangs of a nostalgic heart whenever you

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Droog Gives Liquidated Products New Life at Milan Design Week

Droog Gives Liquidated Products New Life at Milan Design Week

Saved by Droog is the name of this year's show, referencing the second life that these 5139 products will have after a creative re-interpretation. The revivers include Erick Larenbeek, Atelier Remy &

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DROOG DESIGN Opens Up Shop in NYC!

DROOG DESIGN Opens Up Shop in NYC!

We've waxed lyrical many times about our love for Dutch design, and no organization better represents the idea of 'Dutch Design' than world famous Amsterdam-based collective Droog Design. So you can

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MILAN 2008: Droog Design ‘A Touch of Green’

MILAN 2008: Droog Design ‘A Touch of Green’

Celebrated Dutch design collective Droog Design pushed green design ideas to the forefront this year with their 'A Touch of Green' presentation in Milan. Echoing this Inhabitant's focus on the boundaries

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DROOG DESIGN Exhibition in NYC

DROOG DESIGN Exhibition in NYC

Chris Kabel’s ‘Shadylace’ Parasol Tonight at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, o2NYC will host an open forum on the always impressive Dutch design force Droog. Known for their engaging,

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DUTCH DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY: Droog Design

DUTCH DESIGN & SUSTAINABILITY: Droog Design

Despite the seemingly subjective nature of design, there seems to be one thing that most people can agree upon- Dutch design is good design. Product after product, Dutch designers continue to wow us with

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2014 Incandescent Bulb Ban Got You Worried? Here are Some Lighting Alternatives

2014 Incandescent Bulb Ban Got You Worried? Here are Some Lighting Alternatives

Before you start thinking the U.S. government is going to kick down your door looking for incandescent bulbs like they’re drugs – that’s not the case. The lighting ban isn’t a true ban; you’re

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Studio Makkink & Bey’s House of Furniture Parts is Architecture, Furniture and Storage All-In-One

Studio Makkink & Bey’s House of Furniture Parts is Architecture, Furniture and Storage All-In-One

In 2009, Droog introduced ‘House of furniture Parts’ by Studio Makkink & Bey, a development of the studio’s Stairhouse in Droog’s New York store. The system of architecture, furniture and

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Richard Hutten’s No-Waste Eco Lampshade is Cut From a Single Piece of Material

Richard Hutten’s No-Waste Eco Lampshade is Cut From a Single Piece of Material

This ingenious lampshade created by Dutch designer Richard Hutten for office-furnishings company Gispen is laser-cut from a single piece of material, resulting in no waste. The lampshade was part of a

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AreaFiftyOne Skate Park In Eindhoven’s Old Phillips Factory is One of Europe’s Largest

AreaFiftyOne Skate Park In Eindhoven’s Old Phillips Factory is One of Europe’s Largest

AreaFiftyOne skate park was first opened to the public in an old hangar in the Dutch city of Meerhoven, and in 2006 it moved to its current location in one of Philips' old factory buildings at Strijp-S,

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24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

CEILING LAMPS From simple fitted ceiling fixtures to elaborate chandeliers, ceiling lamps offer a great way to efficiently illuminate an entire room while adding drama and visual flare. They also offer a

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BRC’s Halide Chandelier Transforms 28 Disused Lightbulbs into a Dazzling Energy Efficient Lamp

BRC’s Halide Chandelier Transforms 28 Disused Lightbulbs into a Dazzling Energy Efficient Lamp

Benjamin Rollins Caldwell’s new LED chandelier fuses the structure of mid-century modern style with modern innovation. The Halide Chandelier recycles disused industrial elements into a dazzling,

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Tommaso Guerra Creates a Colorful Chandelier from Recycled Glass Jars

Tommaso Guerra Creates a Colorful Chandelier from Recycled Glass Jars

Italian designer Tommaso Guerra has an amazing way of transforming everyday practical objects into designs with new meaning and expression. By filling glass jars taken from his grandmother's pantry with

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Energy Saving Light Only Turns On When Your Eyes are Open

Energy Saving Light Only Turns On When Your Eyes are Open

Most energy-conscious people remember to turn lights off when leaving a room in order to save energy, but one conservationist named Randy Sarafan has taken this practice to the next level. In light

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VIDEO: Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe Talks Reclaiming Design

VIDEO: Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe Talks Reclaiming Design

In 2007, Inhabitat put together an event about recycling and reuse in design, called Reclaiming Design. This event at HauteGREEN in New York was a big success, thanks to the thought-provoking design and

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Raw Edge Creates a Relaxing “Pond” From Recycled Pallets and Computer Screens

Raw Edge Creates a Relaxing “Pond” From Recycled Pallets and Computer Screens

A temporary escape from a stressful workday usually means a quick trip to the corner store to get away from your desk and to pick up some healing M&Ms. Putting their employees' well-being

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Jens Praet Creates Table from Shredded Fast Company Magazines

Jens Praet Creates Table from Shredded Fast Company Magazines

We have to admit, we have table envy. This last month, designer Jens Praet took old issues of Fast Company's magazine, shredded them, and turned them in to a 6-foot table. We wish we could recycle our

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Brilliant Paper Chair Transforms With the Turn of a Page

Brilliant Paper Chair Transforms With the Turn of a Page

Designboom tipped us off to Droog‘s recently released “Darwin Chair” designed by new york-based graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister. The chair consists of a cantilever base topped with a

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REMY/VEENHUIZEN Rug made from recycled blankets

REMY/VEENHUIZEN Rug made from recycled blankets

From our favorite Dutch design duo Tejo Remy and Rene VeenHuizen comes an awesome reclaimed material rug to cozy up to. Made from recycled blankets, the rug takes cuddly comfort and turns it into a great

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TENNIS BALL BENCHES by Remy/Veenhuizen

TENNIS BALL BENCHES by Remy/Veenhuizen

You may have thoughts tennis balls were just for tennis - but creative Dutch designer Tejo Remy has found a another use for the bright yellow bouncy felt-and-rubber balls. The same material qualities

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SWING WITH THE PLANTS: Green Swing by Marcel Wanders

SWING WITH THE PLANTS: Green Swing by Marcel Wanders

For the (green) kid in all of us, check out Droog designer Marcel Wanders' latest creation- 'Swing With The Plants' combines flora and the nostalgia of childhood days spent on a swingset. The seat of

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TEJO REMY’S PLAYGROUND FENCES

TEJO REMY’S PLAYGROUND FENCES

One of the highlights of our recent Reclaiming Design events in New York was Dutch designer Tejo Remy's presentation. As expected, the Dutch designer spoke about his well known chest of drawers, rag

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RECLAIMING DESIGN PANEL: Today!

RECLAIMING DESIGN PANEL: Today!

If you're in New York City this weekend for the ICFF, we'd like to remind you about our Reclaiming Design event at HauteGreen this afternoon. You can't miss the HauteGREEN show, so why not combine a

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HauteGREEN STARTS TONIGHT!

HauteGREEN STARTS TONIGHT!

People in NYC - Don't forget that HauteGREEN starts tonight! After weeks of anticipation, sneak peeks, and announcements about the star-studded lineup, HauteGREEN is officially kicking off its

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