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Top 10 innovations from Dutch Design Week 2018

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Dutch Design Week is renowned for future thinking and concept-driven projects, making it one of the top design events of the year. This year’s exhibit revolved around something that’s top of the agenda for everyone from governments to brands: designing for a better world.

The Sustainable Development Goals set out by the United Nations are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, and there’s no better tool to accomplish that than design.

This was the criteria that drove the speaker line-up for Antenna – a platform curated by

 

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