Open Lecture: Hadas Zohar

Tuesday, 9th Oct 2018

5 Things I have learnt about Danish design
Danish design is well known for its minimalist aesthetics, high quality craft and smokey color scheme. However, it also reflects some of the fundamental principles and characteristics of Danish society, such as trust, homogeneity, democracy, responsibility, and traditional approach alongside advanced technology.
This talk will focus on the ways in which these principles manifest in Danish design today, through the stories of designers, objects and design-processes.
Hadas Zohar is a graphic designer and design writer who has been living in Copenhagen over the past four years. During this period she has been interviewing prominent Danish designers in various fields for a column in Portfolio magazine. The Danish Arts Foundation supports the interviews. In this talk, she will share what she has learnt along the way.
When: Tues. October 9th 2018, 17-18.

Where: CIID, Toldbodgade 37B, Ground Floor, 1253 Copenhagen K.

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