INEKEHANS Arnhem/London


This time we only have German news for you.
Varying from awards to Bauhaus related issues...

German Design Awards
for FLIX!

FLIX - the modular furniture system designed for the British company Hitch Mylius - received a special mention in the German Design Awards!

FLIX is a flexible seating system that is compact and soft, which works for both formal and informal spaces today, offering multiple and single seating options. With a minimum of components it is possible to create a range of configurations for office, hospitality and co-working environments, see more

Bauhaus interpretations:
Lamps of the Modern

A number of unknown designs by Wilhelm Wagenfeld are reinterpreted by contemporary designers. Ineke looked at Deckenleuchte M-Typ 4. 
All lights, including the Wagenfelds, are realized and presented at glashütte Gernheim. The exhibition will travel in the upcoming year: Stadtmuseum Jena/Germany (2019/20) Glass Museum Riihimäki/Finland (2020).

Opening 10 Feb: 15.00, LWL-Industrial Museum Gernheim 12, Petershagen/ Germany, see more 

Bauhaus Archiv &
New Grounds

Next to her studio Ineke started the professorship Design & Social Context at the University of the Arts in Berlin in October 2017. The contents of her classes are very much related to the outcomes of the London Salons that she organised in 2015-2017.

This winter semester her students worked on the project New Grounds that started with a workshop week in the Istanbul Design Biennial / A School of Schools. From 13 February till 7 March the final results are presented in Bauhaus Archiv Berlin as part of its 'Interventions' program, see more

Opening Tuesday 12 Feb: 17.30-20.30, Knesebeckstrasse 1-2 Berlin
Admission is free, but the number of participants is limited.

Bauhaus Archiv &
What Design Can Do

To complement the exhibition in Bauhaus Archiv a discussion is organised on how design can take up an active role today. Dutch designer Richard van der Laken will give an insight into the activities of the international design platform 'What Design Can Do' and new paths for design are explored.

With: Esther Cleven (Bauhaus Archiv), Richard van der Laken (What Design Can Do), Manon van Hoeckel (designer), Babette Porcelijn (The Hidden Impact), Ake Rudolf (IDZ Berlin) Moderation: Lucas Verweij, see more

Discussion Wednesday Feb: 18.30-21.00, Knesebeckstrasse 1-2 Berlin
Admission is free, but the number of participants is limited.


till 3 March: Speculative Design Archive, Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam
till 30 June: Made in Holland, Museum Princessehof Leeuwarden