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Cover Photo Change Event Photo SEPT 28 Központi értékek – közös örökségünk – Előadássorozat

A Design Hét Budapest Központi értékek – közös örökségünk a közép-európai kortárs designban című kiállításához kapcsolódó előadássorozat célja megmutatni, hogy a régió hasonló társadalmi, gazdasági és kulturális hagyományokkal, adottságokkal rendelkező országai milyen formai, technológiai és rendszerszintű válaszokat adnak a meghatározó, közös kihívásokra – ezeket a kérdéseket járják körül a Visegrádi Együttműködés országainak képviselői a konferencia keretéban.

Program:
9:00 dr. Szalai András: Központi Értékek – Közös örökségünk a közép-európai kortárs designban, felvezető előadás
9:20 dr. Cselovszki Zoltán: az Iparművészeti Múzeum jelene és jövője az épület örökségének megőrzése tükrében
10:00 Design at the Sources, előadó: Ms. Lubomira Trojan - Head of Design Department, Zamek Cieszyn (PL)
10:30 szünet
10:45 The Story of Makerspace – re-discovering the Beauty of Old Crafts, előadó: Mr. Ondrej Kasparek, Makerspace – DEPO2015 (CZ)
11:15 Bemutatkozik a Hedon kézműves sörmárka
11:45 Creative Industry Kosice, előadó: Mr. Michal Hladký (SK)
12:15 A Kortárs Építészeti Központ 10 éve, előadó: Huszár Daniella 

12:45 kérdések

A konferencián való részvétel ingyenes, de regisztrációhoz kötött a designhet@designhet.hu címen. A regisztrálók számára az Iparművészeti Múzeum ingyenes belépést biztosít a Központi értékek – közös örökségünk a közép-európai kortárs designban kiállításra, illetve a Magyar Formatervezési Díj és Designmanagement Díj kiállításra is. Regisztrációs határidő: szeptember 27., 16:00

Design Hét Sopron

Immár harmadik alkalommal jelentkezik Sopronban is a Design Hét, mely az Alkalmazott Művészeti Intézetben 'Az átmenetiség újrateremtése' kíállítás megnyitójával kezdődik és a táborral, mint építészeti problémával foglalkozik, azon belül is elsősorban a menekülttáborral, mint ideiglenes és uniformizált térrel. Részletes programok: http://designhetsopron.hu/ 

From the drawing board to the museum

Programs by Museum of Applied Arts

The young Hungarian designer Tamás Túri, who was awarded the first prize of the category Mobility and Traffic at the A’ Design Award 2015, presents his latest development of a tricycle for the disabled. The prototype is discussed by János Hídvégi of the Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport.

Central Values – Common Heritage in Central European Contemporary Design

Exhibition and Conference

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the formation of the Visegrád Cooperation, and also when Visegrád Patent Institute, a partner institution of the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office was launched. This round anniversary others additional opportunities for strengthening cooperation in a number of fields, including design. This is why in 2016 Budapest Design Week features three countries instead of the customary one: the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. Read More ›

Fusion in world of work – With limitations but without limits

Presentations and workshops organised by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Economy and Social Science, Department of Ergonomics and Psychology

Introducing free or low budget solutions for creating barrier-free working environments. Seminar on the criteria of accessible workplace and about their benefits. Illustrating individual and/or general tools, solutions, work and life situations.

Presenter: Dr. Erika Jókai, Erzsébet Földesi

Programs are free, but registration is obligatory at : http://www.erg.bme.hu/

Benjamin Hubert

Benjamin Hubert is the founder of Layer, a strategic industrial design agency that delivers market leading experiences across strategy, industrial design and UX/UI. From domestic appliances to the first 3D printed wheelchair, wearable technologies to app design, furniture and household objects, Hubert and his team have designed a series of successful objects, for companies like BMW, Braun, Cappellini, Fritz Hansen, Moroso, Nike or Samsung, among others. Layer is also a multidisciplinary workshop that embodies the newest generation of design studios.

English language program, participation is free of charge.

Open carpentery

Design Bus Tour

Curious about an upholsterer and a furniture artist producing design objects? Join this bus tour – and have a look behind the scenes. Antal Sprok is not a sculptor, not a carpenter, but both – a furniture artist. Stulwerk Kft. is characterised by design, quality, innovation and customer-oriented thinking. Two worlds, two stories to learn from! Registration is required at office@butorszovetseg.hu and +36 30 689 5206 (max. 30 persons). Details: butorszovetseg.hu

Design Pécs

Programok

A Design Pécs idén is sok izgalmas programmal várja a látogatókat! Részletes programok >> Read More ›

Design Society – Design Economy

Interactions between design and society in the furniture industry

A conference about furniture design and social changes through the eyes of a historician: Gábor Ligetfalvi, a design specialist: Rita Mária Halasi, and the industry expert: Krisztina Cselényi. Speakers will discuss the new directions of furniture production in the 21st century, characterized by the internet, sharing economy and design-conscious shopping. Is a non-traditional yet still economical model possible? Participants will have the chance to participate at the thematic, guided tour in the Museum where they will have a chance to visit the newly opened show of Hungarian Design Award 2016 as well. Registration at office@butorszovetseg.hu and +36 30 689 5206.

Haworth Design Workshop

Product Design with Nicolai Czumaj-Bront and ITO Design

Haworth has been working with leading designers and experts to respond to emerging workplace knowledge and trends, and accommodate the ever changing need of individuals. During the workshops lead designer Nicolai Czumaj-Bront and ITO Design will guide the audience into the challenging world full of research, design, product development and innovative solutions by highlighting the unique features of Haworth’s newest ergonomic chair, FERN, that will soon to be presented in Europe and showcasing how ergonomics, design, technology and sustainability can unite in one product. Registration: info@haworth.com

Workshops will be held in english 2 workshops, max 25 person / workshop

Pop-Up exhibition

Programs at the Museum of Applied Arts

In this programme, the Museum intends to re-interpret the connection between sight, the sense of touch, and personal visual culture through a pop-up exhibition (between 11-17 h). With LaLuz team visitors can make an excursion into painting with light, whereas in the movement performance by Élőkép Theatre female sculptures are endowed with life.

When the Lady drives the bike

Programs at the Museum of Applied Arts

Themed day connected to the joint Bikeology exhibition by Museum of Applied Arts and Museum of Transport. Repair it, try it, fix it! Female cycling design and accessories, fine biking programs, not exclusively for ladies! Participation by ticket acquisition for the Bikeology exhibition only.