Crafting Immersive Narratives of the Future (2017)

Design & Journalism


A research on the role of virtual reality in journalism. Together with VPRO Lab Eindhoven Danielle asks” Can we create immersive stories with VR and do we want that?”





Thinking Through Making (2015)

(Raijmakers, B. , Arets, D.)

Issuu Link Here
Thinking Through Making Site


Final publication in a series of 10 public-oriented publications with The Creative Research Industry Scientific Programme. This publication is a reflection on the investigation of various design researchers and explains how design thinking and making creates knowledge.



Making Conversations, Performative Citizenship (2016)

International Publication (Memisis International)


Official n.a.v. on a cultural route, Making Conversations is focused on new discussion formats for theCity of Utrecht to develop its Smart City Policy.




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Werklandschap EET

Utrecht Eet Site


Research sessions and debates with curator Jurgen Bey (Sandberg Institute) and Ester van de Wiel that are focused on designing a new work landscape in Utrecht Rotsoord.





Fat Factory, chewing the fat (2013)

Nordic Design Research Conference


Research into the perception of fat and how we can reframe that through design research. Also see the design process Fatberg by Mike Thompson and Arne Hendriks.





Stadsnachtwacht (2013)

Universiteit Utrecht

(Arets, D., Aast, I.)

Stadsnachtwacht Site


Research into security at night for the Department of Human Geography at Utrecht University.




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Pig your own (2009-2010)


Ministerie van Landbouw Natuur en Voedselkwaliteit


The current meat production provides consumers with few options to choose from. The widespread public concern about intensive livestock farming has not been sufficiently reflected on. Through intensive discussion sessions with designers and philosophers, attempts were made here to develop new models.




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