• Connected
    Everyday Lab

Thoughtful design in a complex world

The Connected Everyday Lab researches how to facilitate thoughtful design in a complex world where people, objects and technology are increasingly connected. The group explores the social opportunities, systemic impact and ethical implications of emerging technological paradigms such as the Internet of Things, social robotics and smart materials by means of probing design interventions in the real world.

The Connected Everyday Lab is an interdisciplinary research group at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE), Delft University of Technology. The group is part of the ID-StudioLab design research community, and actively collaborates with other research groups across the departments of Industrial Design, Design Engineering, and Product Innovation and Management.



DDW 2016 | Things2Things book launch at Drive Festival

Come and turn your feedback into paper airplanes! Will make your ideas fly, literally. On the occasion of its final [...]


DDW 2016 | Meedoen=Groeien! showcase at Mind the Step

Meedoen=Groeien! investigates how children with cancer and their families can be empowered through the design of thoughtful technological artefacts. PhD [...]


DDW 2016 | “An Internet of Things we can be proud of” exhibition

Come join us at Dutch Design Week for an exhibition that features work illustrating how the Internet of Things can [...]