This Tuesday is also filled with wonderful events! Check out our tips for Tuesday, 11 September.
See our full programme here.
This collaborative event, which combines design, art and craftsmanship, was created by Finnish jewellery designer and visual artist Jaana Tuomisto and Chinese designer Ding Yi. In the discussions and the hands-on workshops that follow, Yi and Tuomisto talk about how they use ink as a medium for their art and design projects. During the art process they merge ink from the East with Western influences.
20 images x 20 seconds – the fast-paced PechaKucha builds upon the idea of Tokyo-based architects’ office Klein Dytham: the speakers are allowed to use only 20 images, and they only have 20 seconds to talk about each image. The concept, which was brought to Finland by Helsinki Design Week, has received wide popularity since then and will continue to provide interesting notes from specialists in different fields during this year’s festival. Entrance fee 20€/10€. This event is now sold out!
You are invited to design and make a personal recycling bag from craft paper. Recycling bags ease everyday life, and at their best they can be beautiful interior elements. You are warmly welcome – free entrance!
Tallberginkatu 1 B
This year, one of the city installations will be built with children. It is designed by the awarded design agency NEON, which worked on the Trust theme together with the Arabia school’s fourth year pupils, who focus on design. Based on the kids’ ideas and suggestions, NEON will create an interactive installation in the Helsinki city centre.
The new hat brand ÈN celebrates the opening of its hat factory and factory outlet at Korkeavuodenkatu’s factory milieu. Open doors at noon-3 pm. By invitation only at 5-8 pm.
Korkeavuorenkatu 2B, sisäpiha
The exhibition showcases seven functional electric scooter concepts designed and manufactured by Aalto University’s master’s students from the Collaborative and Industrial Design programme.
Friends of the Design and Architecture Museum (DAMY) will organize an open discussion called ‘DAMY Talks’ with the theme of shared values and shared responsibilities. For instance, discussions include topics such as the kind of built cultural surroundings and object world that we want in the future. There will also be talk about the new architecture and design museum from the standpoint of customers and citizens. The MY-DA event is preceded by the launch of the City of Helsinki Design Manual. In Finnish.
With the right kind of wash and care, you can prolong the lifetime of your clothes. At the event, Outi Pyy tells us how to mend our clothes in an ecological manner, and the Pure Waste care instructions will also be published on Pure Waste’s webpage.