1. minus20degree 2018

    May 07, 2018
    Après Après by FAXEN Collective
    The sound installation refers to a popular party phenomenon in ski resorts entitled Après Ski.Meaningless music at 120 bpm, twirling rave trumpets, ski boots, lots of alcohol and frisky DJ’s are the ingredients for this post skiing celebration.
  2. droog features TD at the Salone del Mobile 2013 in Milan

    April 09, 2013
    Matterial Maters News Flash
    Published on Apr 9, 2013 by Droog Lab (Renny Ramakers, Agata Jaworska) with TD (Theo Deutinger, Dario Marino) Graphics and film by TD (Theo Deutinger, Dario Marino) Featuring work by: 2012Architecten, Andreas Möller, Anke Domaske, anothermountainman, Christien Meindertsma, Droog, FairPhone, Graffiti Network, Han Koning, Heleen Klopper, Humade, Jet Vervest, Joshua Klein, Justin McGuirk,...
  3. Material Matters at the Dutch Design Week 2012

    October 20, 2012
    Dutch Design Week - Droog & TD
    Published on 23 Jan 2013 Droog director Renny Ramakers gives insight into Droog's Material Matters: a future furniture fair exhibition presented during Dutch Design Week 2012.Ramakers was inspired by the fact that materials are becoming scarce to create an exhibition dedicated to encouraging people to reuse and recycle.
  4. We Don't Trust You Architects

    August 14, 2012
    The Way We Are
    Produced for WIJkonomie Tarwewijk.The project is by Droog in partnership with Kosmopolis Rotterdam, Jan Konings and the Netherlands Architecture Institute and is supported by DOEN Foundation.Production team: Theo Deutinger, Stefanos Filippas, Elisa Mante, Ana rita Marques Music: Heinz Riegler (Mushroom music publishing).
  5. We Don't Trust You Architects

    August 14, 2012
    Cynical Residents
    Produced for WIJkonomie Tarwewijk.The project is by Droog in partnership with Kosmopolis Rotterdam, Jan Konings and the Netherlands Architecture Institute and is supported by DOEN Foundation.
  6. We Don't Trust You Architects

    August 14, 2012
    WIJkonomie Tarwewijk Symposium
    From hairdressing to car repair and radio broadcasting, the residential neighbourhood of Tarwewijk in the South of Rotterdam has a hidden network of homeworkers.