22 Jun-13 Nov 2005. All facets of the latest in Danish design are covered in the Danish Design Centres 2005 exhibition DANISH framing the future of design. From innovative product development to modern communiction design, and from graphic creations to design solutions for complex issues like environmental sustainability, this exhibition highlights Danish creativity in five thematic spheres based around how design affects us in our day-to-day lives. The OUTERNATIONAL sphere deals with public space, fashion, branding, logos and how we communicate through design. Then we have the HELP ME HELP YOU section covering the latest in rehabilitation and medical design, while the workplace as a design environment to stimulate ideas and creativity is featured in the YOU BETTER WORK section. All aspects of graphic design from illustrations to video clips are on display in the BLAH. BLAH. BLAH part of the exhibition, whilst HOME SWEET HOME documents the renaissance of homely crafts like decoration and knitting. This exhibition is designed to involve the public in an active way and visitors are encouraged to touch and even try out some of the displays. Admission: DKr40; seniors DKr25; concessions DKr20; under 12s & Wed 5pm-9pm free. Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00 (until 21.00 Wed); Sat & Sun 11.00-16.00.
Photo Christian Flindt
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