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June 2021

from 5/27/2021 12.00 am
to 6/6/2021 12.00 am

Berlin Design Week
BNDNWK will take place in 2021 under the motto "New Traditions" with a hybrid program of exhibitions, showrooms, workshops and the OPEN STUDIO NIGHTS.

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Every spring, BERLIN DESIGN WEEK presents new thinking and design approaches that envision and shape our future. New challenges set new standards: Digitally and physically, the current theme of the BERLIN DESIGN WEEK "NEW TRADITIONS" is taken up more than ever in its diverse formats.
Crises require a discourse for forward-looking strategies. Clear, sustainable and trend-setting design can usher in a new normality. Business, research and decision-makers need the creative power of design, its fresh ideas, new strategies and concepts for a society in transition and vice versa.

From the opening with the showrooms at Bikini Berlin, the DESIGN POOL, to the closing highlight, the OPEN STUDIO NIGHTS, the BNDNWK offers a variety of formats. Exhibitions, showrooms, talks and guided tours to workshops, screenings and conferences enliven the design world over eleven days at various locations in Berlin and online.

Designers, artists, studios, cultural institutions, universities and companies can still apply to participate in the curated program 2021 until March 31.

Thursday, 6/3/2021
5.00 pm–6.30 pm
IDZ Event

SPOTLIGHT ON | #1 Online Event "Shifting Boundaries"
As part of the anniversary year, the German Ecodesign Award kicks off the SPOTLIGHT ON event series on 3 June with a virtual talk at the BNDNWK.

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Themed Shifting Boundaries, former award winners Marcella Hansch, Tobias Becker and Lea Schücking will present their projects and discuss, among other things, how good ideas can be put into practice. The discussion will be moderated by Liza Sander, who researches and teaches on the topics of circular design and circular society at HTW Berlin and HfK Bremen.

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