Miriam van der Lubbe (1972) is designer and founder of As Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe. Ever since they joined forces in 1998, they have been working and designing for cultural institutions and businesses whose focus is on the future. Dutch designers and conceptual thinkers Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe will rise to any challenge. They gave a preview of the future of cars and created the look of the Dutch National Archive, but are also curators of multiple exhibitions themselves and their work is featured in the collections of museums around the world. Miriam studied at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, the Design Academy Eindhoven (Man and Living), and the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam from which she graduated in1998 (MFA).
| Jury 2017, NICE Award