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If you are a journalist seeking information on Lodz Design Festival, please contact:
Aleksandra Kietla
Promotion Director, Spokeswoman
a.kietla@lodzdesign.com
phone/fax: +48 (42) 684 20 95
mob: +48 693 860 022

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Lodz Design Festival 2015 – Consequences

The world is changing faster and faster and is a constant source of inspiration and challenges for designers. The consequences of technological, social and cultural changes are reflected in objects which are created every day. During this year’s Lodz Design Festival, which will be held from the 8th till the 18th of October, you will be able to see projects that tell the story of this process. More: http://2015.lodzdesign.com/en/ldf-2015-programme/

Downloadable materials:
– LDF 2015 – about programme
– LDF 2015 – graphic materials


make me! 2015 contest

The make me! contest and exhibition are one of the landmarks of the Lodz Design Festival, and one of the most important international contests aimed at young designers. The ultimate goal of make me! is to promote the young generation of designers during each consecutive edition of the festival.  More:  http://2015.lodzdesign.com/en/make-me-2015/

Downloadable materials:
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make me! 2015 – about the contest (doc)
make me! 2015 finalists (zip)


Lodz Design Festival – General Information

Lodz Design Festival stands for ideas, people and action. Founded in 2007, it has served from the very beginning as a review of Polish design achievements. The thematic Main Programme consisting of curator exhibitions complemented and enhanced by an open and diverse repertoire of accompanying events is always at the core of Lodz Design Festival. The festival programme has continued to expand upon the ongoing dialogue with the audience, to finally assume its current shape. It now includes not only exhibitions but also the make me! competition for beginning designers, the must have project featuring the best Polish product implementations, lectures and presentations that serve as a source for mutual inspiration, and the educational space for children called Educreation.
Lodz Design Festival has grown to be one of the major design events in East-Central Europe. It presents different faces of design including industrial design, arts and crafts design, graphic design, architectural design, service design and fashion design. It brings people together who respond to challenges with an open mind and commitment, and who have the courage to design and make a difference.
Since its founding, the Festival has attracted more than 240,000 attendees from around the world.

Downloadable materials:
– Lodz Design Festival general presentation (pdf)
Links to photo reports – high resolution
About organiser (doc)
– Lodz Design Festival 2014 – report
Lodz Design Festival 2014 – poster (pdf)
Lodz Design Festival 2013 – report