Moreover DMY hosts this year the official German Design Award “Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland” for the first time. The Prize is considered the Germany’s most prestigious design award.
Reflecting current and future trends, a symposium, designer talks and lectures additionally offer the possibility to discuss and learn about emerging design practices. Supplementing the central exhibitions at about 50 galleries, museums and open studios will invite the festival visitors to discover showcases throughout the city.
A day ticket costs between 12€ and 16€, without discount and it gives you access to all exibitions.
Milena Krais delights us with KAHL colletion, created in cooperation with Christian Börner and the company brushes Mink.
This furniture is made of a pile of metal wires that create an optical illusion. The furniture looks like in an afterimage: Each piece seems to shimmer, look at it from different angles. This kind of optical delusion visualizes the process of memory in the form of images that appear vague in consciousness. From South Korea.
Kolektyw21’s objects provide functional and ergonomic solutions. The objects result from the successful use of unconventional materials. From Poland.