Helsinki Design Week 2018 is finally here! Step into the opening ambiance and see the tips for Thursday, 6 September.
See our full programme here.
Kohina is inviting festival goers to the “Design a Roadmap of Your Ideal Workday” workshop. The fun workshop will be held using recycled materials, legos and playdoh. You’ll get to take your own roadmap with you! The workshop starts with an introduction to the elements of a good balanced working life followed by the roadmap workshop.
Pälkäneentie 19 B
The event is hosted at Out of the Dark, where co-host Woodio has a showroom. The evening gathers design professionals and lovers together for a fun night in a Tivoli-themed setting and will be the kick off for the “Tivoli x Normann Copenhagen” design collection for the Finnish market.
During Helsinki Design Week, Wolt will deliver design and art to people’s homes. The project, Design Delivered, is first of its kind and will bring designers and artists into the spotlight. The project is made possible in cooperation with Wolt, design agency Kallan & Co and Helsinki Design Week. As a part of Design Delivered top chef Kozeen Shiwan will also run a pop-up restaurant.
Pink Space is a dreamy art installation experience designed by Fanni Suvila & Taika Mannila. Pink Space is the ultimate photobooth and self-love place of your dreams. Take a little time for yourself and enjoy the experience Pink Space can offer.
Iso Roobertinkatu 21
Technological development, digitalization, climate change, and the ageing of the population are examples of megatrends that create global, wicked problems. The workshop brings together experts of the Arctic area: the design students that are over 70 years old and have studied the change since the 1960s and those studying design now to solve the socially, economically, culturally and environmentally important wicked problems.
Helsinki City Hall
This installation will be presented in the Balder building’s yard in the Tori Quarter, where designer Leena Kouhia and architect Sofie Hägerström build a Fire Garden for meeting people and chilling out. The garden’s soundscape will be created by musician Tapani Rinne. The installation, consisting of a bonfire and tables of candles, invites visitors to calm down and share a moment with other visitors.