Cooper Hewitt and the Netherlands-based Cube Design Museum (Kerkrade) are co-organizing the Nature‒Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, to be on view simultaneously at both museums. It will present more than 60 of the most forward-thinking, provocative designs of the past three years that demonstrate how designers are collaborating with scientists, artists, environmentalists, and others to develop solutions that embrace a more responsible, harmonious relationship with nature. Seven Dutch designers are included: Aliki van der Kruijs, Atelier NL, Eric Klarenbeek, Kirstie van Noort, Nienke Hoogvliet, Shahar Livne, and Teresa van Dongen. “Nature” will address the ways designers are exploring sustainable production methods, identifying new ways for protecting future generations and deepening the understanding of, and relationship with, nature. Areas of innovation include synthetic biology, data visualization, urban agriculture and alternative materials research.