Lecture by Cobbenhagen Hendriksen

Presented as part of Seeing Orange: Dutch Design at CCA
April 10, 2013 7:00 pm
Timken Lecture Hall, San Francisco Campus

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Amsterdam-based design studios Cobbenhagen Hendriksen, founded in 2004, is a joint effort by Marijke Cobbenhagen and Chantal Hendriksen.

The studio is known for its design of books, magazines, visual identities, campaigns, and other printed matter.

Their approach is conceptual and experimental, but ensures a thorough comprehension of requirements and initial ideas. The singularity of every project pushes Cobbenhagen Hendriksen to achieve uniqueness in form and innovation in design.

By taking every detail and decision in the design process into consideration, the studio maintains high standards.

This approach has given Cobbenhagen Hendriksen an impressive résumé with customers like De Hallen in Haarlem, Tubelight Magazine in Rotterdam, the Netherlands Media Art Institute in Amsterdam, (then) TNT Post, Veenman Publishers in Rotterdam, the Netherlands Architecture Institute in Rotterdam, Amsterdam School of the Arts, and the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, among others.

This program is funded, in part, by public funds from the Netherlands Consulate General in New York.