"Sustainability and other stories" joins the Ecodesign Roadshow by International Design Center Berlin (IDZ), in partnership with the German Federal Environment Agency, which will be touring the Baltic Sea Region, in Germany, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, and Estonia.
As part of the Ecodesign Roadshow, the exhibition “Reconsider Design” will debut at the opening of Gdynia Design Days 2017, Poland, on Friday 30th of June.
The exhibition showcases in addition to this project another 29 outstanding examples for ecological design from the Baltic Sea region – in areas as diverse as learning, social inclusiveness and mobility. You can already preview the showcased projects online and download the web version of the English catalogue as well as the Polish facsimile: idz.de
Also as part of the “Ecodesign Roadshow”, three lectures as well as a discussion round concerning Ecodesign will take place in Polish on Thursday, 6 July:
- How to design recyclable packaging? – with Marta Krawczyk (Rekopol)
- Upcycling as an innovative trend in art, design and responsible business – with Agata Frankiewicz (DEKO EKO)
- Wheat bran as the future of single-use objects – with Artur Bednarz (Biotrem)
- EU project: “EcoDesign Circle – Ecodesign as a Driver of Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region” – with Agata Frankiewicz (DEKO EKO), Artur Bednarz (Biotrem), Mikołaj Żejmo (maradDesign), Conrad Dorer (Umweltbundesamt), Ada Guźniczak (Gdynia Design Centre)
Gdynia Design Days is an annual festival showcasing the latest design trends. This year’s edition “STORM” takes place from 30 June to 9 July. In addition to several exhibitions, the festival offers lectures, discussion rounds, workshops and exhibition tours. Admission to all the exhibitions and most festival activities is free.
More information about the festival and program: gdyniadesigndays.eu