Dutch minister Bussemaker of Education, Culture and Science signed the cultural agreement with Chinese government to support creative industry, including our SMOG project. Read the official Dutch government news here.
Read the full article about Daan Roosegaarde and his Smog Rings in The New York Times. Each high-end ring supports the cleaning of 1000m3 of polluted Beijing air.
The city of Schiedam commissioned artist Daan Roosegaarde to create a new artwork of light for a bicycle tunnel. The artwork will play with existing water and light to give the tunnel a playful and safe experience. Opening in the end of 2014.
Watch the interview from Beijing here.
This happens when Daan Roosegaarde is guest Editor-in-Chief for Metro. Yesterday for free in the train, now all articles about design and innovation for you online.
At the TIME Conference Center in New York, artist Daan Roosegaarde wins the World Technology Award for Arts. Other award winners are Tesla Motors and Eric Schmidt from Google.
The Eindhoven region will receive the first innovative bicycle path in the Netherlands. The 600 metres long bicycle path runs where Vincent van Gogh lived from 1883 to 1885 and will have an unique design comprising thousands of sparkling stones designed by artist Daan Roosegaarde. Full information here.
Studio Roosegaarde wins the 'Blauwe Tulp' Accenture Innovation Award for Public with Smart Highway. Daan Roosegaarde is live on stage with our partner Heijmans.
Watch the movie of the first Smog Park maquette at Studio Roosegaarde. The park purifies the air of smog particles to 75% more clean air.