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Design Hét Budapest

 

A rendezvénysorozat szlogenje idén Mission: Design. A Design Hét Budapest rendezvényeinek a kezdetektől nyilvánvaló a küldetése. A folyamatos szemléletformálás, a tudásmegosztás igénye, az újabb és újabb szakterületek, témafelvetések, alkotók, vállalkozások programsorozatba való bekapcsolása, a szakemberek és vállalkozások közötti együttműködések kialakításának, illetve a designvállalkozások piacra lépésének elősegítése és versenyképességük fokozása, valamint a legfrissebb eredmények közismertté tétele mind annak a küldetésnek részei, melynek célja egy erős és fenntarthatóan működő design-ökoszisztéma kialakítása Magyarországon.

 

További információ: http://www.designhet.hu/2018/

 

Design Week Budapest

 

Launched in 2004, Budapest Design Week was initiated by the Hungarian Design Council with the objective of contributing to raising social awareness of the economic and social role of design, enhancing trust in design and facilitating communication between the actors of this field. This series of events is supposed to call the attention of economic policy-makers and Hungarian businesses to the potentials of design: design integrated in business processes and corporate culture creates new quality and by adding value to the products and services, it raises competitiveness and provides a competitive edge over peer companies. Budapest Design Week is already a 10-day festival of programs, which marks a strong position in the long line of European festivals

Budapest Design Week attempts to visualise design as a set of innovative tools and approach, which would harmonically meet the functional and social demands and produce an indispensable device for the creation of products and services. To support this aim, the events include programs both for the public at large (inaugurations of exhibitions, programs for children, thematic tours, workshop visits) and for the profession (round table discussions, professional lectures, conferences, prize winning galas, etc.), and other elements that would explicitly support the work of economic policy-makers (investors’ meetings, introduction of case studies, lectures, workshops). Beside their own programs, organisers also provide a chance for professional partners to introduce themselves (museums, institutions, schools, shops, design studios, galleries, etc.). Budapest Design Week staff is striving to produce a diversity of genres so that the public could enjoy a great variety of the appearance of design, from industrial design to fashion, from interior design to designer graphics or from service design to UX/UI design.

 

More information: http://www.designhet.hu/2018/