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ASP Gdańsk, fot. materiały prasowe organizatora

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A promotional photo for the People from the Porcelain Factory exhibition, photo: Arkadiusz Szwed

W Rejkiawiku odbędzie się prezentacja serwisu porcelanowego "Ślad człowieka" wykonanego na potrzeby projektu "Ludzie z fabryki porcelany".

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Blue Line collection by Modus Design (Marek Cecuła, Daga Rogers), 2013, photo: courtesy of the Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola

The Roundabout Baltic exhibition, curated by Agnieszka Jacobson-Cielecka, an art curator and critic, is a personal story about designing in the Baltics. Objects, created by designers from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Poland and Sweden are divided into six ‘chapters’, which correspond to the regions that we pass through from inland to the sea.

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Tabanda's Diago chair, presented at the Taste of an Object exhibition at the Milan Design Week 2014, photo: Centrum Designu Gdynia

What do Zaha Hadid and Polish design have in common? Where is Polish graphic design popular ? What do young Polish designers have to offer the international community? Here’s our guide to the most important Polish design events around the world in 2017.

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Promo photo for Photon, the educational robot designed by Photon Entertainment and Vorm, produced by Photon Entertainment Sp. z o.o., photo: Dariusz Andrejczuk

Perfect for children aged 6 to 12, an engaging new toy called Photon encourages learning the basics of coding. It achieves this by being programmable via a special gamified app, and by being great fun.

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"Stand by! Polish design education on display" exhibitoin at Dutch Design Week, photo: press materials

Is traditional education still valid? How can we help students develop competences adequate to the requirements of the future market? What are those requirements?

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Cadavre Exquis: An Anatomy of Utopia, an excerpt from the exhibition's design by Maria Jeglinska & Klara Czerniewska, 2016, photo: press materials

‘How can design and innovation make the world better?’ is the question being tackled at the first ever London Design Biennale, due to take place this September at Hampstead’s famous Somerset House. The Polish Pavilion has responded with Cadavre Exquis: An Anatomy of Utopia, an interactive exhibition that investigates utopia, dystopia, and everything in between.

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Anna Bera, Earth Stone Wood furniture, photo: promo materials

Roundabout Baltic: Design with a Sea View at the Form/Design Center in Malmö is a showcase of design from eight countries in the Baltic region. It is a visual story of the relationships between design and nature.

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  Od Dobrobytu do Odbytu, Przez Odbyt, w Niebyt by Karina Marusińska, photo: Maciej Wrzalik

The 21st edition of the Triennale di Milano will feature a design exhibition showcasing two facets of Polish design. What will prevail: beauty or pragmatism?

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After its success in Eindhoven and Poznań, the Polish Design: In the Middle of exhibition was presented in the Indonesia capital.

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Contemporary design has moved from art galleries to the streets. Art in the box - wooden boxes that look like old TV sets exhibit Polish desing in the streets of Brussels.

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Polish Design & Creative Business NYC together with Mark Leal & Maria Potoroczyn are working on DESIGNING BEYOND THE PRODUCT PANEL + DESIGN SAFARI WORKSHOP at Parsons School of Design, photo: promotional materials

A fast-paced, fun and inspiring event that explores the topic of designing successful innovations in a rapidly changing business environment.

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Ewelina Wiśniowska, "Orign", praca powstała podczas warsztatów Marka Cecuły w Zakładach Porcelany Ćmielów, 2013, fot. Modus Design

Exhibitions organised in the frameworks of the program promoting Polish design abroad, coordinated by Culture.pl, will be presented in world’s design capitols: Milan, New York, London and Eindhoven.

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The What Goes Behind... Contemporary Polish Ceramic Design exhibition was presented to the audience of the Inno Design Tech Expo in Hong Kong.

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Designers Anna Łoskiewicz and Zofia Strumiłło-Sukiennik, who run the Beza Projekt studio in Warsaw, led open workshops at the +48 Social Club - a guerrilla club set up for one week at Tokyo's VACANT gallery . The participants of the workshops created their own contrsuctions using the Patch system designed by the Beza Project.

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Pieces from Polish design, fot. Culture.pl / materiały promocyjne

Polish design had a very good start to this year. In the first half of the year, Polish exhibitions organized in Milan, Sao Paulo and New York under Culture.pl’s name attracted large audiences and were appreciated by professionals and journalists alike. Workshops for students were arranged and work on subsequent publications is already in progress.

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