Patterning. Does Central Europe have its design?
An open debate organised by the ICC together with Zaprojektowani. Krakowskie Spotkania z Dizajnem
If for many years Scandinavia has been the byword for simplicity and functionality, what could have been Poland’s – or East-Central Europe’s – contribution to design at large? What is the link between responsible design and current political, economic, and social situation? And what if today design is merely an illusion? Answers to those questions are sought by authors, curators of design exhibitions and young designers, whose texts feature in the recent, 24th issue of “Herito” quarterly, focused this time on Central European design.
The discussion will feature Agnieszka Jacobson-Cielecka – journalist, curator of numerous exhibitions of design, Paweł Grobelny – designer, exhibition curator, and lecturer, and Adam Groch – laureate of the first prize of Terma Design Award 2016. The meeting will be chaired by Rafał Stanowski, creative director of Zaprojektowani and Interior Design School.
Promotional event for the new issue of “Herito” quarterly, whose leading theme is Central European design.
The event is a part of the programme of Zaprojektowani – Krakowskie Spotkania z Dizajnem, organized by the Interior Design School in Krakow. The festival takes place from 17 to 20 November, featuring: young design fairs (20.11, Stara Zajezdnia), lectures, and workshops.