Does brave design entail a promise to change your life for the better?
How does it influence the process of creating the “Brave New World”?
You will be able to find answers to this and other questions during the 8th Annual Lodz Design Festival held from 9 to 19 October this year in Lodz, Poland. What will be included into the Festival Agenda as the Main Events are a few designs offering a highly diversified interpretation of the “Brave New World” motto. This year, the focus of the Lodz Design Festival is on interactivity, first and foremost.
The diversity of the LDF events makes the Festival grounds a good destination both for professionals and amateurs including children and adults. Everyone will have a chance to join in the Festival activities and to try their hand at constructing, fixing, creating or improving things. A large part of the Festival program is devoted to the youngest.
The visitors will be welcomed to the Test Zone prepared by the TABANDA group of designers. It is an interactive exhibition and creative playground in one, featuring four kinds of material: wood, paper, metal, and fabrics. The artists will attempt to demonstrate how materials, processed in the human brain and by human hands, take form and become examples of architecture, design, or artistic installations.
The two great Festival centers: Art_Incubator at 3, Tymienieckiego St., and the former weaving plant of Marcus Silberstein at 250, Piotrkowska St., offer 10,000 m² of exhibition space filled up with design.
Brave Fixed World
Strefa Testów [Test Zone]
Resolute – Design Changes
Medusa Design Projects
Szafa [The Wardrobe]
Przepis na mały dizajn [Recipe for small design]
Nowe rzemiosło [New Crafts]
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The 2013 edition below: