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Interprint at Lodz Design Festival 2021

One of the most popular design events in Eastern Europe, the Łódź Design Festival, took place as a hybrid event May 14-23. Activities in the city of Łódź were combined with online meetings and discussions about design, art and handcraft. Interprint has proudly participated in the Festival an exhibitor, sponsor and admirer for fourteen years.

Supporting the Festival’s long-standing promotion of young people implementing bold and innovative projects, Interprint sponsored a PLN 10,000 (approx. EUR 2,200) award as part of the ‘Make Me’ competition. This year, Interprint’s award went to Zofia Hernas’ ‘Malu’ project - an ECG holder designed to ensure the comfort young children during examinations. More information about Malu can be found here.

The awarded works and projects were presented in the OFF Piotrkowska complex’s glass pavilions, where Interprint’s exhibition of alternative solutions to excessive consumption was well-received by Festival attendees and local residents alike. In accordance with the Festival’s motto "BETTER", Interprint also created a small, original exhibition ‘I choose myself’ in cooperation with industrial designer and architect Maja Palczewska. Four rooms featuring the Interprint decors Aris, Diego, Justus and Fontia were shown. The interior design ideas emphasized the combination of personal comfort and responsible use of resources, while the search for individual style and design went hand in hand with deeper reflection and more conscious choices.

Sylwia Lasota, Head of Sales Domestic Market & Marketing at Interprint Poland, draws a positive conclusion: "We are very pleased to be a sponsor at the Łódź Design Festival again this year and to support young talents with their projects."

More insights about the Łódź Design Festival: YouTube Video.

  • Zofia Hernas, winner of the make me! Interprint-Award ...

  • ... with her project 'Malu' - a ECG holder for children.