April 2017

1/14–4/16/2017
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The Brutalist Playground
Vitra Design Museum

Details

In cooperation with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) the Vitra Design Museum shows a special exhibition dealing with the architecture of brutalism.

design-museum.de

Photo: © John Donat - RIBA Library Photographs
Collection

1/16–4/10/2017
IDZ Event

Call for Entries
German Federal Ecodesign Award 2017

Details

The application phase for German Federal Ecodesign Award 2017 is now open. Apply until 10 April for the highest distinction given by the Federal German Government for ecological design! The application must be done in German language. More information and registration:

bundespreis-ecodesign.de

2/10–6/26/2017
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gladly modern? – Berlin living concepts after 1945
Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge

Details

The exhibition shows ideas and concepts for the reconstruction of destroyed Berlin after 1945.

museumderdinge.de


Photo: Georg A. Neidenberger, ©Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge Berlin

2/11–5/14/2017
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Hello, Robot. Design between human und machine
Vitra Design Museum

Details

The exhibition concentrates on the present robotics boom. It shows how much impact the machines have on today's life as well as to what extend design changes robotics. Artists as Bruce Sterling, Douglas Coupland and Joris Laarman will be represented.

design-museum.de

Photo: Per Tingleff ©2016 Dunne & Raby

3/1–10/9/2017
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Bauhaus on the move
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

The Bauhaus-Archiv exhibits the highlights of the Bauhaus collection. It shows well-known architects such as Walter Gropius, Paul Klee etc. as well as numerous Bauhaus students.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Erich Consemüller

3/17–6/18/2017
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Monobloc. A Chair for the World
Vitra Design Museum

Details

It is presumed to be the most common furniture in the world and seen everywhere, where there is needed a simple and cheap seating: the white plastic chair. The exhibition illuminates and shows the history of this trivial item.

design-museum.de

Photo: Jürgen Lindemann © Vitra Design Museum

3/21–4/9/2017
IDZ Event

German Federal Ecodesign Award
Exhibition of the winners and nominees 2016 in Ludwigsburg

Details

The kick-off event for the environmental communication project and the opening of the touring exhibition take place at Scala in Ludwigsburg on 20st March at 7 p.m.
From 21st March till 09th April we are showcasing the exhibition of the winners and nominees 2016 at the MIK Museum Information Kunst in Ludwigsburg.

bundespreis-ecodesign.de

3/22–10/21/2017
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Jasper Morrison. Thingness
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin presents the broad work of the well-known english designer Jasper Morrison. During the past 35 years he designed numerous pieces of furniture, series of dishes, lights, watches and other objects of everyday-use for companies as Vitra, Alessi or Cappellini.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Walter Gumiero ©Jasper Morrison Ltd

3/24–8/21/2017

Berlinische Galerie
Exhibition: John Bock

Wednesday, 4/5/2017
12.30 pm–1.30 pm
IDZ Event

German Federal Ecodesign Award
Guided tour through the exhibition at MIK Ludwigsburg

Details

The "Museumspause" is a guided tour through the exhibition "More than beautiful: The winners and nominees of the German Federal Ecodesign Award 2016" by Tanino Bellanca. It starts at 12.30 am and costs 5 €, coffee included.

Wednesday, 4/19/2017
6.00 pm–8.00 pm
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»Durable Products or Obsolescence?«
Talk

Details

This lecture is about the obsolescence of products. The SDC members Sebastian Feucht and Nikolaus Marbach will discuss what impact Product Design has on this issue and how Eco Design can antagonise this continuous progression of non-durable products.

The lecture will be held in german.

Location:
VDE-Haus,
Bismarckstraße 33
10625 Berlin

Registration:
ETV-Office; Tel.: 030 3414566; etv-berlin@t-online.de

The entrance is free.

4/26–27/2017
11.00 am–1.00 pm
IDZ Event

UX Design #LIVE
User Experience | Workshop-Sessions

Details

Sessions on April 26th, 2017:

From 11am until 13pm two parallel workshop sessions present successful m-health solutions and provide health-IT professionals with impulses on user-centered development methods for digital health applications for the end user.

Session 1: User-centred design in healthcare
The session will describe IXDS’ unique way of creating user-centred digital solutions by presenting the stories behind 3 award-winning digital health apps. Within the workshop the audience will learn human-centred design tools and co-creation methods and how to apply design thinking in product and service development.

Anette Ströh, Design Lead Participatory Health
Katina Sostmann, Project Lead
IXDS

Session 2: Participative design of an m-health system supporting the scoliosis therapy of children and young adults
Michael Minge, Research Fellow
TU Berlin

Sessions on April 27th, 2017:

Two parallel workshop sessions present successful high-tech solutions for professional health applications and provide health-IT professionals with impulses on user-centered development methods for clinical interaction technologies.

Session 1: E-Learning with SimMed
SimMed is an interactive e-learning program that enables medical examinations in a virtual environment. The multi-touch screen spans over the size of a table and allows to examine a pediatric patient by means of medical instruments and laboratory findings. Resulting out of a cooperation between Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Archimedes Exhibitions, the project tries to reduce the distance between theoretical education and practice.

Project information:
elearning.charite.de
archimedes-exhibitions.de

Jörg Schmidtsiefen, Managing Director
Archimedes Exhibitions

Kai Sostmann, Head of E-Learning and medical didactics
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Session 2: Digital innovation for intensive medicine – A smart monitor with sterile interaction

Projectinformation: s.fhg.de

Paul Chojecki, Senior R&D Project Manager
Fraunhofer Institut für Nachrichtentechnik, Heinrich-Hertz-Institut

Location

conhIT - Connecting Healthcare IT
Messe Berlin
Entrance Messe Süd
Hall 2.2, Meeting Bridge A, Room Lindau 4

Participation is free of charge for show visitors. The maximum number of participants is 20.

Participant registration: E-Mail
Fair Programme: April 26 | April 27
Fair information: conhit.de

A cooperation project of IDZ and Berlin Partner within the framework of the ICT, Media, Creative Economy Cluster Berlin/Brandenburg.

4/27–28/2017
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Workshop: Change Branding
wirDesign

Details

wirdesign.de

Photo: ©wirDesign

Thursday, 4/27/2017
6.30 pm–9.00 pm
IDZ Event

Design Discourse: The Future of Work
Part 1: Crowdsourcing

Details

The event will be held in German.

More information:
idz.de

May 2017

2/10–6/26/2017
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gladly modern? – Berlin living concepts after 1945
Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge

Details

The exhibition shows ideas and concepts for the reconstruction of destroyed Berlin after 1945.

museumderdinge.de


Photo: Georg A. Neidenberger, ©Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge Berlin

2/11–5/14/2017
Member of IDZ

Hello, Robot. Design between human und machine
Vitra Design Museum

Details

The exhibition concentrates on the present robotics boom. It shows how much impact the machines have on today's life as well as to what extend design changes robotics. Artists as Bruce Sterling, Douglas Coupland and Joris Laarman will be represented.

design-museum.de

Photo: Per Tingleff ©2016 Dunne & Raby

3/1–10/9/2017
Member of IDZ

Bauhaus on the move
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

The Bauhaus-Archiv exhibits the highlights of the Bauhaus collection. It shows well-known architects such as Walter Gropius, Paul Klee etc. as well as numerous Bauhaus students.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Erich Consemüller

3/17–6/18/2017
Member of IDZ

Monobloc. A Chair for the World
Vitra Design Museum

Details

It is presumed to be the most common furniture in the world and seen everywhere, where there is needed a simple and cheap seating: the white plastic chair. The exhibition illuminates and shows the history of this trivial item.

design-museum.de

Photo: Jürgen Lindemann © Vitra Design Museum

3/22–10/21/2017
Member of IDZ

Jasper Morrison. Thingness
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin presents the broad work of the well-known english designer Jasper Morrison. During the past 35 years he designed numerous pieces of furniture, series of dishes, lights, watches and other objects of everyday-use for companies as Vitra, Alessi or Cappellini.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Walter Gumiero ©Jasper Morrison Ltd

3/24–8/21/2017

Berlinische Galerie
Exhibition: John Bock

Thursday, 5/11/2017
IDZ Event

German Federal Ecodesign Award
Exhibition of the winners and nominees 2016 in Berlin

Details

On 11 Mai the exhibition "More than beautiful: The winners and nominees of the German Federal Ecodesign Award 2016" will be shown in the framework of the conference „Wider die Verschwendung III“ of the German Federal Environment Agency at Jerusalemkirche Berlin.

Registration to the conference „Wider die Verschwendung III“
Catering expenses: 20,00 €

bundespreis-ecodesign.de

June 2017

2/10–6/26/2017
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gladly modern? – Berlin living concepts after 1945
Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge

Details

The exhibition shows ideas and concepts for the reconstruction of destroyed Berlin after 1945.

museumderdinge.de


Photo: Georg A. Neidenberger, ©Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge Berlin

3/1–10/9/2017
Member of IDZ

Bauhaus on the move
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

The Bauhaus-Archiv exhibits the highlights of the Bauhaus collection. It shows well-known architects such as Walter Gropius, Paul Klee etc. as well as numerous Bauhaus students.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Erich Consemüller

3/17–6/18/2017
Member of IDZ

Monobloc. A Chair for the World
Vitra Design Museum

Details

It is presumed to be the most common furniture in the world and seen everywhere, where there is needed a simple and cheap seating: the white plastic chair. The exhibition illuminates and shows the history of this trivial item.

design-museum.de

Photo: Jürgen Lindemann © Vitra Design Museum

3/22–10/21/2017
Member of IDZ

Jasper Morrison. Thingness
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Details

Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin presents the broad work of the well-known english designer Jasper Morrison. During the past 35 years he designed numerous pieces of furniture, series of dishes, lights, watches and other objects of everyday-use for companies as Vitra, Alessi or Cappellini.

bauhaus.de

Photo: Walter Gumiero ©Jasper Morrison Ltd

3/24–8/21/2017

Berlinische Galerie
Exhibition: John Bock

Friday, 6/23/2017
Member of IDZ

CXI Konferenz
Corporate- and Brand-Identity

3/22–10/21

Jasper Morrison. Thingness

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung