Articles tagged Studio Droog

Social City Exhibition at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Shenzhen. Photo Droog Design

Droog Design utilises virtual reality as a tool to develop actual reality

AMSTERDAM — Droog combines data crowdsourcing with User Centred Design methodologies to create a virtual city of maximum diversity and identity to use as a tool for real world design.

Photo Paul Barbera

Studio Droog pitches tent exhibition at MoSex

NEW YORK CITY – The latest experiential setting to open at MoSex, Splendor in the Grass is an erotic camping ground with five arousal tents pitched by Amsterdam's Studio Droog.

Once invisible elements are given a twist, turning them into a DIY project's main event. Photo Ilco Kemmere

Construct Me! by Droog

MILAN – At Milan Design Week 2015, the category of hardware was given more than a passing glance by Amsterdam-based design studio Droog.

The installation by Droog find’s a new way to look through frames and behind surfaces.

Let's Make a Spectacle by Ace & Tate and Studio Droog

Ace & Tate joins forces with renowned design collective Studio Droog for a unique summer in residence in Amsterdam.

Stine Jensen interviews Peter Sylvest Husted, sales director of Lakrids liquorice company.

The New Danish Cool at Hôtel Droog

A panel of Danes gathered to discuss their country’s rising ‘hip’ status in front of the crowded café at Hôtel Droog this week. The event marked the opening of The New Danish Cool, a series …

Re-Do is developing an alternative to the way objects are mass-produced.

Re-Do at Hôtel Droog

Until 17 November, Hôtel Droog in Amsterdam presents an exhibition based on the work of Re-Do, a London studio focused on developing an alternative to mass production. 

Hôtel Droog, The Dining Room. Photo: Thijs Wolzak.

Hotel Droog

From October onwards, Droog will offer the chance to catch some shuteye after perusing its wares. Amsterdam’s original Staalstraat store has undergone a major renovation to become Hotel Droog – …

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