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Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7

Designing Scarcity

Design and innovation in times of scarcity

Exhibition design for the summer show of "Het Nieuwe Instituut". Designing Scarcity features urban planning projects, buildings, interior objects and consumer goods that show that shortages don’t have to constrain creativity.
13 hanging tables each give a platform to strategies such as substitution, repair, resilience or inform to find novel solutions in the face of limitation. A vast reading table completes the set up and let's the visitor further experiment with the structural elements built according to the OpenStructures grid. All building material is re-used during a final workshop, where participants can disassemble the exhibition structures and use it to build new objects they can take away with them.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2014
comissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut
curated by Jan Boelen of z33
built according to Openstructures
graphic design by Julie Peeters & Joris Kritis
photography by Johannes Schwartz

49 / Designing Scarcity 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7