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Design Festival has come to an end. The theme of this year’s edition was “Re:generation” and the aim was to encourage reflection on the direction that
contemporary design is taking. During the festival, Interprint created a unique
meeting point that helped answer many questions about the future of design.
Many visitors came to view the Interprint Lab during the ten days of the
festival. Interprint was also a sponsor of the
festival for the fifteenth time.
"Re:generation" – the theme of this year's event was an invitation to reflect more deeply on the status of the design world and the challenges it brings us. Interprint is aware that today's pace of life is so fast so it therefore makes sense to turn to the past, go back to the roots and get the best from it. The festival offered us a good opportunity to reflect on the future of design together; to this end, Interprint arranged a surprise for the visitors with the aim of provoking them to reflection. The set-up invited you to stop for a moment and literally feel what design is.
This time Interprint created a brand-new meeting point for festival visitors: IP LAB – a stand that made it possible to create inspiring compositions. It was a unique opportunity to explore structures, patterns and colours, and combine them in a creative way. The main objective was to investigate how trends are perceived and how we currently feel about combining different materials. The inspiring designs prepared by the company included several new decors. Both adults and children took part in the experiment, creating their own compositions with great interest. Interprint rewarded each design with a sweet surprise and a commemorative photo of the hand-crafted design.
make me! Competition Results
me! competition, now in its fifteenth year, is one of the most important
international competitions for young designers. Out of 147 entries this year,
26 finalists were selected by the jury, which as in previous years, included
Maurizio Burrato, CEO of Interprint Italy and member of the Interprint Design
Group. The final decision was by no means easy - all projects were of a high
standard and reflected the awareness
of the challenges we face as we enter the third decade of the 21st century.
distinction awarded during this year’s make me! competition were two
special prizes of PLN 10,000 each, funded by the partners of the event.
Interprint distinguished Julia Sulikowska, first prize winner of the make
me! competition, with her URBAN COOLSPOT PROJECT.