Understanding Design Exhibition
The ”Understanding Design” event will take place on the 4th and 5th of November 2017 at ARCUB, in the Coffee Lounge and will consist of two days’ exhibition, guided tours and debates from which the public will be able to discover the processes behind the design objects, straight from the source.
The ”Understanding Design” is not just an exhibition of products, but one showing the creative inner mechanisms of design.
Have you ever wondered how these design objects are conceived and produced, how much work lies behind a plain polished wooden surface, how many hours of hard work are put in the making of a simple product? These are some of the questions which the public could find an answer to at ”Understanding Design”.
This exhibition is dedicated to the author’s creative process from start to finish. Ciprian Manda Workshop, Ubikubi | Dragoș Motica, DZNR Studio | Mihnea Ghilduș, RIZI | Alina Rizescu & Bogdan Ștefănescu, IF irinaflorea, Raul Cadar & Magda Traciu, Honest Goods by Pro Patrimonio | Machidon Andreea-Daniela, Veronica Olariu & Ruxandra Sacaliș, Ceramics and Pottery| Mădălina Teler, Marius Miclăuș, Manda Mihai | Brut Concept, Prototip Studio, Bogdan Goția, Diana Buga, Ioana Goția-Ciurea & Mihai Veg will participate in the event.
The public will also be able to see the results of the “Urban imprints in contemporary jewellery“ workshop, coordinated by Assamblage, as well as the results of the graphics competition, “Understanding the city”.
11:00-21:00 | 4-5 NOVEMBER – EXHIBITION
Saturday, 4 November
11:00 OPENING DAY UNDERSTANDING DESIGN
12:00 GUIDED TOURS HELD BY THE PARTICIPANTING DESIGNERS
Sunday, 5 November
15:30 MATER LIBRARY PRESENTATION WITH SANDRA BĂLĂȘOIU, MASTER LIBRARIAN
16:00 GUIDED TOURS HELD BY THE PARTICIPANTING DESIGNERS
16:30 CROWDFUNDING WITH ADINA CREȚU, PROGRAMME MANAGER STARTARIUM
The workshop is part of the “ARTA în Dialog” Association, cosponsored by the National Cultural Fund Administration of Romania and by the Chamber of Architects in Romania.
This project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Administration Fund. AFCN will not be held responsible for the content of the project, nor will they be held responsible for the way in which the results of the project may be used. The responsibility lies thoroughly with the beneficiary of this funding.