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Laudy Verschuren


Work experience

Crowe Horwath Foederer Talentenfonds

Award winner audience choice award

Dutch Design Week - Press Play to Continue

Recently organisze the Press play to Continue exhibition. One of the participants at Press Play to Continue during Dutch Design Week Eindhoven 22-10 till 30-10

Crowe Horwath Foederer Talentenfonds

Finalist of the Foederer Talenten Award Eindhoven. Exhibition during GLOW 2016, 19-11 till 27-11

Designhuis present ArtEZ Graduates 2016

Organized and exhibited at Press Play to Continue in Designhuis in Eindhoven

Mittelmoda Fashion Award

Winner of the six month internship at Benetton price

Mittelmoda Fashion Award

Finalist fashion competition Mittelmoda, Milan. One of the 24 finalists out of more than 14.000 descriptions

Laudy Verschuren

BIOPHILIC – collection

Haider Ackermann

Styling showroom Fall/Winter Women’s collection 2015/2016

Styling showroom

Spring/Summer Men’s collection 2016/2017


Haider Ackermann

Responsible for knitwear of the Men’s Wardrobe Spring/Summer 2016/2017

  • Design
  • Colour choice
  • Yarns
  • Dessin
  • Product development, communication manufactures

Collectie Arnhem

Responsible for textiles and dessin of the collection

Collectie Arnhem

Responsible for Public Relations


My collection is inspired by the futuristic perspective where human and nature try to reconnect in a contemporary urban environment. It tells the story of a city that changes through reflexive natural influences. 

These days the modern buildings in cities are known for their hard materials and strong lines. These cities estrange more and more from nature. Futuristic architecture is searching to regain, balance between modern cities and nature. Hereby the focus of cities shifts from the hard stones of skyscrapers to the existing living organisms.

Biophilic design is a design strategy that reconnects people with the natural environment. It may be seen as a necessary complement to sustainable green architecture, which seeks to minimize the environmental impact of urbanization but does not include human reconnection with the natural world. The colorful elements and textile adjustments reflect the relationship between the modern cities and nature and create organic silhouettes with a static touch