After our successful, sold-out Digital Wednesday edition on B2B marketing with Doug Kessler, it’s now time for something completely different.
Designers often amaze us with their out-of-the-box way of thinking and creative design concepts. We as marketeers love to work with them and think it’s a good idea to know more about them. It’s time to unravel the mysterious minds of designers! And we found the perfect spot for the event to take place: Piet Hein Eek Studio.
Tour around the studio by the man himself included, together with an inspiring talk by one of Eindhoven’s finest Design Agencies George & Harrison.
Piet Hein Eek is a dutch designer and works in Eindhoven. Eek graduated from the Academy of Industrial Design in Eindhoven in 1990 with a scrap wood cupboard, which is now called the Classic Cupboard in Scrap Wood. In a time of “excess”, he opted for simple material and a sober design. Eek designs (and manufactures) furniture, lighting and accessories and is also involved in the design of buildings. Recently, he has also studied architecture and the re-designation of buildings.
George&Harrison is a strategy driven design studio, founded by Martijn Maas and Maarten Stal. The studio develops brand identities, digital and editorial products for cultural and commercial organisations. George&Harrison works in close partnerships to inspire progress and realise ambition.