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Walty Dudok van Heel:
mixed technique
Private collection


Design isn’t just made and used. It is admired  and collected as well. All across the world collectors buy Andries Copier’s glass, Chris van der Hoef’s earthenwares, Gouda delftware and Gerrit Rietveld’s chairs for their collections.

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
by architect Hendrik Berlage (1935)


Dutch design tradition

DAADS is a concept of Serviezendomein.nl, a Dutch website that discusses and shows developments in Dutch china design from 1900 to the present. It relates earthenwares history and provides it with economic and social context. But DAADS is more. There certainly is room here for ceramics, but as an integral part of the design tradition in the Netherlands.

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