As an intern at Droog design i Amsterdam, me and my colleague Alexandra
Kenyon worked on the grand task of "Defining the next generation of global design". One of the pojects we did was "The sleep project". Under the supervision of Renny Ramakers and
Agata Jaworska we created products, patterns, services and food design
on the theme of sleep. We worked with sleep experts, dream experts
and other experts to find innovation in how we could use our senses
and lifestyles in relation to sleep. This project then transformed into the ideation of what is now the Droog Townhouse - hotel and more.
In the project "Luxury of the north" we explored how qualities of the Canadian North can inspire new urban luxuries and future city concepts as the scarcity and abundance of different things limit us and offer new possibilities. The project was later conducted by Droog, The University of Alberta and The Why Factory among others.
We also worked on the project "Droog al Arab" where we focused on Dubai as a area of living, working and visiting. "Droog al Arab" resulted in a collaborative platform of creation. It was led by Renny Ramakers (Droog), Jurgen Bey (Studio Makkink & Bey), Saskia van Drimmelen (Painted), Rami Farook (traffic, LOCAL) and Agata Jaworska (Droog).
Collaborative work with Alexandra Kenyon at Droog Lab 2008