Lithuania’s biggest design event takes ‘senses’ as its theme
DESIGN WEEK LITHUANIA takes place in six Lithuanian cities – the capital Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Telšiai, Anykščiai – and is the biggest design event in the country. This year the festival will be held for the 12th time during the first week of May 2017.
Design at Business Conference 2016: HOW TO HUMANIZE THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION? 1-2 November, Berlin.
The German Design Council collaborate with SAP and Microsoft on this conference, which considers how the digital transformation be designed more humanely.
Berlin Design Selection 2016 at Biennale Interieur, 14-23 October, Kortrijk.
IDZ showcase ‘Berliner Zimmer’ style in the ‘Berlin Design Selection 2016’ at this year’s Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk.
Organized by the IDZ, this year’s ‘Berlin Design Selection’ will be celebrating its premiere at the Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk (Belgium) from 14th till 23rd of October. Biennale Interieur is a curated trade fair, presenting 300 international brands and 70 design presentations.
Design for Europe, the programme commissioned and co-funded by the EU to support design-driven innovation across Europe, has announced that its 2016 summit will be hosted in Tallinn, Estonia, the European hub for cutting-edge innovation and entrepreneurship, on Thursday 6 October.
Enlightened Design: Dutch designers' exhibition at LDF 2016, 22-25 September.
Connecting The Dots presents the extraordinary work of Dutch top designers in a unique location: an eighteenth-century Georgian merchant’s house. The building (at 4 Princelet Street in Spitalfields) regularly serves as a location for film and photo shoots and is only 100 metres from the popular London Design Fair exhibition location including Tent/Super Brands.
BDW explain the use of design thinking and participatory urbanism in creating new recreation opportunities in Kragujevac.
The "GRAND CREATIVE PARK OF THE CITY OF KRAGUJEVAC" initiative is BDW’s contribution to the project HUMAN CITIES/ Challenging the City Scale 2014-2018, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, as part of the “100 Creative Playgrounds for the Children of Serbia” campaign.