Karin Langeveld

Creative Director, Trapped in Suburbia

"At Trapped in Suburbia, it’s clear that originality is always their starting point. The thinking here goes beyond the expected with exploding posters, books that double as puzzle pieces and a dizzying range of styles. Beneath this eclecticism lie certain themes. Trapped in Suburbia embrace a playfulness that is absent in much Dutch design, a willingness to experiment and revel in “flaws.” Their niche then is letting it all hang out, pursuing their curiosity in a refreshing, kids-at-play kind of way." - Erik Kessels

Richard Fussey

Senior Designer, Trapped in Suburbia

"At Trapped in Suburbia, it’s clear that originality is always their starting point. The thinking here goes beyond the expected with exploding posters, books that double as puzzle pieces and a dizzying range of styles. Beneath this eclecticism lie certain themes. Trapped in Suburbia embrace a playfulness that is absent in much Dutch design, a willingness to experiment and revel in “flaws.” Their niche then is letting it all hang out, pursuing their curiosity in a refreshing, kids-at-play kind of way." - Erik Kessels

Seminar: This is Experience Design (English)
Woensdag 16 september
12:10 - 12:40

“Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember, involve me and I'll understand.”- Confucious

How to engage your audience with non-digital interaction? Well, don't expect them to sit back and relax, take them on a sensory journey and surprise them. Open their minds to seek and explore. An audience is not just a target group, they are design elements and can be immersed in physical narrative design. At Trapped in Suburbia we create valuable and tangible experiences that will make you smile.