Ontwerpstudio Marina van Goor is a strategic designoffice.The, in amsterdam located, creative office is SPECIALIZED IN FINDING, DEVELOPING AND RELEASING NEW SHAPES OF COMMUNICATION FOR COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATION ( large and small)WHICH HAVE THE AMBITION TO SHOW THEIR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND AWARENESS TO THE WORLD. The form/shape, we choose, differs from time to time: it can be a movie, an interior, a story, a photo, a shop, an app, a product, a piece of furniture or even a business. With a network of the most talented and experienced creatives ( designers, copywriters, graphic-designers, photographers, architects, interior-architects, landscape-architect, filmmakers). For each assignment/project the best team is composed to find the appropriate shape, tone and content.

Most recent CASE: EENMAAL, the first one-person restaurant in the world. With Eenmaal we molded a complicated social subject ( in this case the negative consequences of our hyperconnected society) into an attractive WORLD-WIDE KNOWN BRAND for temporary disconnection.

Press: Our work has been covered, in many publications as Vogue, Elle magazine, Superfuture, Volkskrant, NRC, NZ Herald Tribune, The Guardian, La Republicca, in reportages on ZDF heute, VRT1, RTL 4, Giel!, BNR, CBS and in the NBCToday show and more.

Contact designoffice: +3146355064 /marvangoor@mac.com

Update...EENMAAL

Great article on EENMAAL in the Foodiefile of magazine Delicious this month! Good start for 2014! 













Interview and reportage by Freunde von Freunden during the autumn edition of EENMAAL  
http://www.freundevonfreunden.com/interviews/marina-van-goor/

EENMAAL in the GUARDIAN ( December 18), thanks: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/wordofmouth/2013/dec/18/eating-alone-no-shame-lone-diner-table-takeaway

Monday November 23 an Amsterdam primary school ( neighbourghood) came along at EENMAAL. So great to have the children in the pop-up and they understood the meaning and added value of the concept immediately!! We were impressed and they had a great time by playing "restaurant": preparing the stew and serving. And their stew was incredible!   


REPORT (nov 2013) on popup EENMAAL by hotel Hungaria for VRT/Belgium 1

CASE  EENMAAL
POP-UP RESTAURANT EENMAAL, THE FIRST ONE PERSON RESTAURANT, CAUSED A GLOBAL CONVERSATION

Last month with the restaurantconcept we reached millions and millions of people all over the world from India, US( item in NBC Today show, image on 9 GAG), China, South Korea, Israel, Kuwait, Poland, Russia, Canada, Finland, Italy( publication newspaper REPUBLICCA, Germany( Item HEUTE, ZDF), France, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Japan, Belgium,Thailand, New Zealand South Africa to the Netherlands: printmedia, radio, television, social media





Ontwerpstudio Marina van Goor asked Vandejong creative agency to design a name and logo for this social design project and to do the PR. An inspiring and successful co-creation! Read this article:
Vandejong, creative agency responsible for the visual identity (name/logo/pr).


+VIDEO ON VIMEO ON LAUNCH EENMAAL  LAST JUNE
+VIDEO ON VIMEO ON AN EVENING AT EENMAAL
FILMMAKER: BOWIE VERSCHUUREN


 EENMAAL TRACY METZ: 1. ON THE COVER in the Groene Amsterdammer ( Dutch magazine) 2. an interview on EENMAAL byTracy Metz 3. report Sex in the city/ EENMAAL


CASE 24/7 ECONOMY

Writing desks designed by our designoffice which are able to absorbe and to re-emit daylight, as reflection on 24/7 economy. In the day they look like another desks, but in the evening/night the desks glow. Professionally materialized in such a way that the desks are able to glow the whole night (8 hours) and you don't need extra artificial light.


            

 


CASE: WHAT IS GOOD DESIGN NOWADAYS.... A DOCUMENTARY ON DUTCH DESIGN

A short film by Marina van Goor and Bowie Verschuuren( camera) 2008 designLAB Rietveld academie



A critical documentary, made by Marina van Goor on the worldwide success of Dutch design
What is good design nowadays. What makes design important. 
Is it the image, the story or the designer behind the design? What is the role of the media. 
Interviews with specialists.
Is there room for any critics?