This edition is a special one, it is the faculty’s 50th birthday.
Because of this noteworthy jubilee, this 69th issue of Turn The Page is extra heavy (a whopping 68 pages in total). To go back to IDE’s roots, we interviewed one of its founding fathers: Hans Dirken, he tells vividly about how it all started, his experiences and how it evolved to the way it is now. To learn from old products, we went into the Henri Baudet Institute, a place where old designed products are stored inside the IDE faculty. There, we found some interesting products and reviewed those. Of course, looking back is not the only thing that matters. Our dean Ena Voûte talks about IDE and its students. When combining all these different aspects of IDE, you can form your own perspective of it.
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