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Above: Dutch Design Week 2019 Burg exhibiting students 1. Vincent Dino Zimmer/ 2. Max Stalter/ 3. Magdalena Sophie Orland/ 4. Anne Martin/ 5. Andreas Wagner

Students from Burg University of Art and Design exhibited their futuristic projects at Veem during Dutch Design Week 2019.

Industrial Design student Vincent Dino Zimmer showed the Bee Peer Economy project which questions what enables objects to be ‘propertyless’.  Zimmer’s exploration of this question led to the creation of an autonomous, automatic beehive. The bees produce and sell the honey directly to consumers, cutting out retailers. Max Stalter’s Pigeon Guano Company explores the use of pigeon excrement to fetrilize crops in urban farms.

Magdalena Sophie Orland Magdalena Sophie Orland



Conceptual textile designer Magdalena Sophie Orland’s Between_Spaces is based on theoretical  analysis of the digitalisation of society and the impact this has on textiles.

Anne Martin’s Identikit installation made from glass blown in wooden moulds. Ina Turinsky presented their Industrial Design project titled The Great Smog, a collection of objects that propose ways to deal with the current climate crisis.

Ezra Dilger Ezra Dilger



Andreas Wagner showed Metastable, a series of items that disintegrate into their constituent parts and Ezra Dilger showed the Anthropocene Souvenirs project, a series of 3D printed objects made from potassium hydroxide that highlight the high levels of CO2 in the air.

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Above: Dutch Design Week 2019 Burg exhibiting students 1. Vincent Dino Zimmer/ 2. Max Stalter/ 3. Magdalena Sophie Orland/ 4. Anne Martin/ 5. Andreas Wagner

Students from Burg University of Art and Design exhibited their futuristic projects at Veem during Dutch Design Week 2019.

Industrial Design student Vincent Dino Zimmer showed the Bee Peer Economy project which questions what enables objects to be ‘propertyless’.  Zimmer’s exploration of this question led to the creation of an autonomous, automatic beehive. The bees produce and sell the honey directly to consumers, cutting out retailers. Max Stalter’s Pigeon Guano Company explores the use of pigeon excrement to fetrilize crops in urban farms.

Magdalena Sophie Orland Magdalena Sophie Orland



Conceptual textile designer Magdalena Sophie Orland’s Between_Spaces is based on theoretical  analysis of the digitalisation of society and the impact this has on textiles.

Anne Martin’s Identikit installation made from glass blown in wooden moulds. Ina Turinsky presented their Industrial Design project titled The Great Smog, a collection of objects that propose ways to deal with the current climate crisis.

Ezra Dilger Ezra Dilger



Andreas Wagner showed Metastable, a series of items that disintegrate into their constituent parts and Ezra Dilger showed the Anthropocene Souvenirs project, a series of 3D printed objects made from potassium hydroxide that highlight the high levels of CO2 in the air.

Read more highlights from Dutch Design Week here.

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