Vienna Design Week 2011 - In Review03. Jan2012
Ask anyone to name a European capital that by its ongoing cultural events and its cultural heritage attract the most people to and the answer will be: Vienna.
Since 2000's, the design events started to grow and spread with each year passed. Vienna Design Week started in 2009 and in only three years grew quickly from a few days festival into a two-weeks festival filled with a lot of events, talks and exhibitions - the total number of events during the festival in 2011 was over 50.
Starting from tomorrow, DailyDesignJoint will feature each day special reports from some of the highlights from Vienna Design Week 2011. See below the list.
Be sure you don't miss these in the following days!
4th of January - Zach & Hanserl atelier visit
5th of January - Oscar Zieta's Reflections exhibition
6th of January - Thomas Feichtner's 'M3-Chair' presentation
7th of January - ecoLUCY - Paper Lighting Objects
8th of January - Cardboard furniture: Lounge Cube
9th of January - Cardboard furniture: 4/6 Lounge Chair
10th of January - Cardboard furniture: Flexichill
11th of January - Just A Thing: Polish Design Exhibition
12th of January - stilwerk Recycling Design Prize
13th of January - Austrian Design Prize