Dutch design on show

Dutch interior design is being showcased throughout London this month, with selling exhibitions at Selfridges, Flow and Moooi
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Copper candle dome
Master of light: Aldo Bakker's elegant copper candle dome at Selfridges' EveryDayDutch show
The Netherlands has become a world leader in interior design thanks to such influential names as Hella Jongerius, Marcel Wanders, Job Smeets and the Droog group.

Their signature work combines traditional concepts with the unorthodox, and craft techniques with mass production - often with pattern, personality and humour.

Selfridges is holding a selling exhibition called EveryDayDutch to celebrate the potency of Dutch design and its purchase of upmarket Netherlands department store chain Bijenkorf. The show explores the future of Dutch design through the work of five students of the Design Academy Eindhoven, one of the world's leading design schools.

Moooi has recently opened a new showroom at Portobello Dock and will be celebrating its first six months there in a new exhibition called Fantasy House, featuring the work of an earlier generation of Dutch designers, while Going Dutch at Flow has a selling show that looks at alternative Dutch designers using paper, ceramics and textiles in unusual and often subversive ways.

EveryDay Dutch: the Concept Store in the Wonder Room, Selfridges, W1, until March 27.

Going Dutch: Flow, 1-5 Needham Road, W11, until 5 March.

Fantasy House of Moooi: at the White Building, 555 Harrow Road, W10, from 17 March.

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