XV TALLINN DESIGN FESTIVAL
14.09.—20.09.2020
DESIGN FOR NEED
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14.09.2020

14.09.2020
15th Tallinn Design Festival Opening: "REET AUS// OUT OF FASHION - COMPLETELEY!" 
Mon 14.09 at 19:00

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn
Schedule:

At 17:00 pm / Opening of Design Schools ( II floor)

At 17:30 pm / Exhibition:  Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans? Opening ( II floor)

At 18:00 pm / Opening of the EKA product design exhibition Spectrum (hangars)

At 18:30 pm / Product design award BRUNO exhibition opening (hangars)

At 19:00 pm /  Reet Aus // Out of Fashion - Completely opening show   (hangars)




The stage is occupied by the punk band Saint Cheatersburg, surrounded by fashion that spits on our understanding of what’s conventional. The choking voices of global capitalism, the isolation of human life, the space stolen from one’s neighbours and billions of used jeans are floating in our mental consciousness leaving agonizing complaints behind. Where lies the beauty in all of this?

The variations of Saint Cheatersburg’s sound work “Neighbours” drifts uncannily through both our physical and mental dimensions. We think we originate from there, but where we don’t belong. Exposing itself in the form of an animal, environment, fellow human being. The variations of our neighbours. Unknown to us in an unexplored environment, getting as excited as we don’t give a fuck.

The animal is a human to a human and the human is a human to an animal. The environment is the place of birth and decay of our jeans.

Performance as a prelude for awakening.

Illuminated by the glow of enlightenment, we have grown to believe that we are the crown of nature, thinking that we know it all and that the universe desperately needs us to form a moral ground for it to feel upon, just like the jeans need water. It’s a fantasy. A delusion. It is time to wake up from this dream, to face the complete loneliness, the isolation and sneeze. Like a bunch of gypsies, we stand on the edge of the unknown world, that is deaf to their music, cares for their hopelessness as little as their suffering and their jeans.

Ready, steady, zip up!


Designer -
Reet Aus
Leather accessories -  Stella Soomlais studio
Shoes -  Uuskasutuskeskus
Director -  Kristina Paśkevicius / Elutants
On stage -  friends and other good people 
Music -  Indrek Spungin and Saint Cheatersburg
Song - Karolin Kõrre 
Video - Raigo Pajula 
Hairdressers -  Kevin Murphy Estonia
Makeup -  Anu Konze



14.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

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HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


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2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

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STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

14.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

14.09.2020
Kadri Kruus & Eve Hanson /  open Studios
14.09 / 12-18 sample sale
15.09 / 12-20 new collection
15.09 / 19.00 designer talk

Mon-Fri / 14.09.-18.09 / 12-18

@ Pärnu mnt 20 A, Tallinn

Kadri Kruus - Bags and Accessories 


Classic cuts, quality materials and excellent craftmanship with a brave new innovative attitude. Kadri Kruus takes glamour to a new level turning pretty things functional and functional things multifunctional.

https://www.kadrikruus.com/


Eve Hanson’s

collection is about merging the practical experience and awareness of timeless, sustainable design, rather than presenting a story. Waring contemporary, fresh and genuine pieces is paramount to Eve’s philosophy of fashion.

Her garments, created by using innovative pattern cuttings, draping techniques, and original prints by different artists, can be contrasted with subtle minimalistic items that produce an inspiring and harmonious image. Lavish application of volume results with warm emotions, durable and functional fabrics in the monochrome palette have fresh colour accents added each season.

Quality is the key in both the production and the final result: Eve Hanson’s garments stand the test of time.

All clothing manufactured in Estonia.

https://evehanson.com/

______________________________

 Designer’s studios are open 

@ Pärnu mnt 20A 

from Monday to Friday /  12.00-18.00 

ONLY during Disainiöö festival. 


For special prices 20% us a secret keyword “DISAINIÖÖ”

Secret prices are available ONLY in showroom!

______________________________


Monday September 14th, 12.00-18.00 


“Sale of samples and prototypes”

Special models are looking for special new owners

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 12.00-18.00 


Disainiöö studio shop:

Newest colors and models for autumn/winter season.

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 19.00 


Designers Talk:  "Fashion Not Fashionable?"

(in estonian). Keep in mind there is a limited amount of seats! Prebook by writing: 

contact@kadrikruus.com

______________________________

15.09.2020

15.09.2020
I am a designer
Tue, 15.09 at 18.00

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn



For the seventh time, led by the Estonian Designers’ Union, a spirited chat night will take place as a part of the
#Disainiöö  where the beloved creative minds will introduce their work and ways of thinking as well as share their
experiences, both good and bad as it may be valuable knowledge for others. This time you will be greeted by:


This year's speakers are: 

→ Reet Aus
→ Matti Õunapuu
→ Larissa Kondina
→ Katrin Koit
→ Riina Õun
→ Kadri Mälk

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Free!

XV Disainiöö / Tallinn Design Festival "DESIGN FOR NEED"
14.09 - 20.09 2020

www.tallinndesignfestival.com
www.edl.ee



15.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

_____________________________

HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


_________________________________

2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

________________________________

STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

15.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

15.09.2020
Kadri Kruus & Eve Hanson /  open Studios
14.09 / 12-18 sample sale
15.09 / 12-20 new collection
15.09 / 19.00 designer talk

Mon-Fri / 14.09.-18.09 / 12-18

@ Pärnu mnt 20 A, Tallinn

Kadri Kruus - Bags and Accessories 


Classic cuts, quality materials and excellent craftmanship with a brave new innovative attitude. Kadri Kruus takes glamour to a new level turning pretty things functional and functional things multifunctional.

https://www.kadrikruus.com/


Eve Hanson’s

collection is about merging the practical experience and awareness of timeless, sustainable design, rather than presenting a story. Waring contemporary, fresh and genuine pieces is paramount to Eve’s philosophy of fashion.

Her garments, created by using innovative pattern cuttings, draping techniques, and original prints by different artists, can be contrasted with subtle minimalistic items that produce an inspiring and harmonious image. Lavish application of volume results with warm emotions, durable and functional fabrics in the monochrome palette have fresh colour accents added each season.

Quality is the key in both the production and the final result: Eve Hanson’s garments stand the test of time.

All clothing manufactured in Estonia.

https://evehanson.com/

______________________________

 Designer’s studios are open 

@ Pärnu mnt 20A 

from Monday to Friday /  12.00-18.00 

ONLY during Disainiöö festival. 


For special prices 20% us a secret keyword “DISAINIÖÖ”

Secret prices are available ONLY in showroom!

______________________________


Monday September 14th, 12.00-18.00 


“Sale of samples and prototypes”

Special models are looking for special new owners

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 12.00-18.00 


Disainiöö studio shop:

Newest colors and models for autumn/winter season.

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 19.00 


Designers Talk:  "Fashion Not Fashionable?"

(in estonian). Keep in mind there is a limited amount of seats! Prebook by writing: 

contact@kadrikruus.com

______________________________

16.09.2020

16.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

_____________________________

HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


_________________________________

2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

________________________________

STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

16.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

16.09.2020
Kadri Kruus & Eve Hanson /  open Studios
14.09 / 12-18 sample sale
15.09 / 12-20 new collection
15.09 / 19.00 designer talk

Mon-Fri / 14.09.-18.09 / 12-18

@ Pärnu mnt 20 A, Tallinn

Kadri Kruus - Bags and Accessories 


Classic cuts, quality materials and excellent craftmanship with a brave new innovative attitude. Kadri Kruus takes glamour to a new level turning pretty things functional and functional things multifunctional.

https://www.kadrikruus.com/


Eve Hanson’s

collection is about merging the practical experience and awareness of timeless, sustainable design, rather than presenting a story. Waring contemporary, fresh and genuine pieces is paramount to Eve’s philosophy of fashion.

Her garments, created by using innovative pattern cuttings, draping techniques, and original prints by different artists, can be contrasted with subtle minimalistic items that produce an inspiring and harmonious image. Lavish application of volume results with warm emotions, durable and functional fabrics in the monochrome palette have fresh colour accents added each season.

Quality is the key in both the production and the final result: Eve Hanson’s garments stand the test of time.

All clothing manufactured in Estonia.

https://evehanson.com/

______________________________

 Designer’s studios are open 

@ Pärnu mnt 20A 

from Monday to Friday /  12.00-18.00 

ONLY during Disainiöö festival. 


For special prices 20% us a secret keyword “DISAINIÖÖ”

Secret prices are available ONLY in showroom!

______________________________


Monday September 14th, 12.00-18.00 


“Sale of samples and prototypes”

Special models are looking for special new owners

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 12.00-18.00 


Disainiöö studio shop:

Newest colors and models for autumn/winter season.

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 19.00 


Designers Talk:  "Fashion Not Fashionable?"

(in estonian). Keep in mind there is a limited amount of seats! Prebook by writing: 

contact@kadrikruus.com

______________________________

17.09.2020

17.09.2020
CONFERENCE "Design For Need"
Thu, 17.09. 10:00-15:00

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Design for need in times of climate crisis should focus on objects and services able to play a positive part in solving the issue; which would make our environment safer and more enjoyable to live in. Special attention should be given for example to highly functional objects and health protecting, time-saving services. Yet, much of the current design is reduced to plain aesthetics or even glamour. Indeed, beauty and form should be integral to a well-functioning product, however, and above all, design should be based on people’s and societal primary needs.

In the first part of this conference we will hear talks from awarded Finnish designer Ville Kokkonen and renowned Italian industrial design and journalist Ubaldo Spina. David Kusuma, the president of World Design Organization (WDO), will lead the day, introducing the newly launched Mars project with NASA. Estonia will be represented by the engineering lead at Transferwise, Alvar Lumberg, and the Head of Product Design at EKA, Maarja Mõtus, who will explain about the changes taking place in design education and how much the crisis has affected students.

The second part of the conference will focus more thoroughly on design education. It seeks to find an answer to what type of designer is needed as Europe moves towards a climate-neutral circular economy? Practitioners, researchers and lecturers from UAL (University of the Arts London, UK), Polimi (Politécnico di Milano, Italy), DSKD (Designskolen Kolding, Denmark), and EKA (the Estonian Academy of Arts) have come together through an Erasmus+ project called the FashionSEEDS to rethink and improve the design education in the light of the challenges posed by climate change. A keynote speech from Pirjo Kääriäinen, from Aalto University, on collaboration and interdisciplinarity will open the afternoon section, followed by a series of short talks on Fashion Design Education for Sustainability. A panel discussion with international academy and industry representatives, led by Piret Puppart concludes the insights of the day on how to make design education sustainable.

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PART 1
DISAINIÖÖ - TALLINN DESIGN FESTIVAL
"Design for Need"

▪️ 9:15 __ [Coffee, tea]

▪️ 09:30 __ Introduction - Ilona Gurjanova

(President of the Estonian Association of Designers)

▪️ 09:35 __ Video Greeting - David Kusuma, PhD

(President-Elect of the World Design Organization (WDO), Vice President of Tupperware)

▪️ 09:55 __ "Design for Emergencies" - Ubaldo Spina

(Researcher, industrial designer and journalist, Business Development Manager at CETMA)

▪️ 10:15___"Mission-driven Product Building - a Story of Solving a real Need" - Alvar Lumberg

(Previous Engineering Lead at Transferwise)

▪️ 10:35 __ "Time x Mass Weight Density" - Ville Kokkonen

(Widely recognised Finnish industrial designer)

▪️ 10:55 __ "Are the Students Prepared to Design for Need" - Maarja Mõtus

(Head of Product Design Departement at the Estonian Academy of Arts)

▪️ 11:15 __ [Lunch break]


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PART 2
FashionSEEDS
"Design-Led Education for Sustainability"

The event, organised by the Estonian Academy of Arts, presents the first results of the FashionSEEDS project to the industry, design professionals and educators.

FashionSEEDS - Fashion Societal, Economic & Environmental Design-led Sustainability - is a project conducted by world-leading institutions in Fashion Education spanning over the course of three years. It seeks to develop a Design-led Framework for Fashion Design Education in Sustainability able to impact transformational changes in the Fashion System in response to the fashion industry’s severe damage to our environment. What skills does a designer need in a new, challenging time for Europe to move towards a climate-friendly circular economy? Partners from UAL (UK), Polimi (Italy), DSKD (Denmark) and EKA (Estonia) will expand the topic to rethink and improve design education in the light of the challenges posed by climate change, social wellbeing, cultural engagement and new economic models. The event will deliver the findings of the Benchmarking Report and the Framework Document for Design-led Sustainability Education, as well as give initial insights to possible sustainability teaching materials as part of the emerging learning resource repository enabling educators to adapt and apply the framework to a range of Higher Education Institutions.

Partners:
University of the Arts London
Politécnico di Milano
Designskolen Kolding
Eesti Kunstiakadeemia

Funded by: EU Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership ref no 2018-1-UK01-KA203-048232


▪️ 11:45 __ Welcoming Words - Reet Aus
(Designer, Senior Researcher at EKA)

▪️ 11:50 __ Keynote Speech - Pirjo Kääriäinen
(Professor of Practice, Head of Education at Aalto University, founder of Chemarts project)

▪️ 12:10 __ Questions from the audience

▪️ 12:15 __ "Fashion Design for Sustainability - A New Foundation for Fashion Educators" - Dilys Williams
(Director of Centre for Sustainable Fashion, Professor of Academic Leadership at the London College of Fashion, UAL)

▪️ 12:35 __ "The Fashion SEEDS Benchmarking Report – A perspective on the Fashion Design for Sustainability Education in Europe" - Erminia D'Itria
(Doctoral Researcher at POLIMI)

▪️ 12:55 __" A Framework for Fashion Sustainability Education" - Julia Valle Noronha
(Associate Professor of Fashion, Co-head MA in Design & Crafts at EKA)

▪️ 13:15 __ "Tools and Activities for the Fashion SEEDS platform" - Vibeke Riisberg & Louise Ravnløkke
(Associate Professor of Textiles & Assistant Professors at DSKD)

▪️ 13:55 __ [Coffee break]

▪️ 14:10 __ Discussion Panel: Designer Skill-sets in a Climate Neutral Economy - Moderated by Piret Puppart (Professor of Fashion at EKA)

Panelists: Dilys Williams, Reet Aus, Oksana Skorbatjuk (Demand Generation Coordinator, Lindström), Kirsi Niinimäki (Associate Professor at the Department of Design, Aalto University) and Silke Lieser (sustainable marketing expert, founder of Gegenpol).

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FashionSEEDS:
https://www.artun.ee/en/fashion-seeds-fashion-societal-economic-environmental-design-led-sustainability/

Disainiöö / Tallinn Design Festival
www.tallinndesignfestival.com

___________________________________________________


THE EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE.

Pre-register here:

https://bit.ly/2DZKEJX
17.09.2020
Clothing Design Show D_O_M – DESIGN IS IN FASHION
Thu, 17.09. at 19.00

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

During Tallinn Design Festival an exceptional event of presenting clothing design D_O_M – DESIGN IS IN FASHION takes place. The audience will be part of a spectacular show that opens up brand concepts.

Through attractive and conceptual show D_O_M there are presented clothes that are worked through in the same manner as design products generally. Garment, the closest layer to our body, determine the health, freedom of movement, safety, general wellbeing of a person. Estonian designers always seek for the best innovations and strive for quality in every aspect. Designed apparel is something that lasts, is worth to repair and devise.

D_O_M production
Piret Mägi
piret@disainioo.ee

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CRYSTAL RABBIT- 
 is a contemporary undergarment brand created to fill the gap in the lingerie market that catered to classical feminine aesthetics only. Crystal Rabbit celebrates the form and the magic of the body with high-impact minimal design. The garments are meant to be combined with everyday wear, layered over and under, to blur the boundaries of showing skin and hiding behind covers.

All items are made with materials sourced locally or as close as possible from Europe and are designed, cut, sewn and wrapped by designer Kristel Jänes in her studio in Tallinn, Estonia.

The products work on the body as a second skin or layer. And the body is like an Ancient Greece sculpture in the 21st century. These are the undergarments that break the classic expectations and flow abstractly around the human body.

Many thanks to Anu Tera and Uuskasutuskeskus.

crystalrabbit.ee

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MEKOOME-  the founder and designer of the Mekoome knitwear brand, has acquired an architectural education. However, he began to apply her knowledge not in the construction of houses, but in the construction of knitwear. Larissa digitally creates graphic landscapes and transforms them into knit patterns. The pixel pattern of each sweater, hat or neck describes a specific typology of the urban environment. And this architecture in the urban space seems to be transferred to ourselves, into our own clothing.

The patterns of Mekoome knits carry the charm of geometry and the warmth of high-quality wool in everyday life. The design of the brand's items is modern, artistic and clean in style. This is how two passions come together - architecture and weaving.

mekoome.com

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ALMA-  was the name of the great-grandmother of Anete Pedaru. Four generations of women have all contributed to creating the brand Alma with meaningful background and nostalgia. Anete has always been fascinated with bringing something old, beautiful, and timeless back to life. Through clothing, it is possible to revive Alma’s love, ethics, and attitude towards dressing up. For Alma, it was very important that the clothing was well made and could last for a long time. Now with the brand Alma, it is their task to continue providing these qualities through the clothing.

The brand Alma will always make classical pieces that can fit every woman’s closet. Their form has a broad line and in its own way is sculptural, even architectural. Alma's style is timeless, lasting longer than the seasons, and the clothes can be comfortably combined with the existing wardrobe as well as with each subsequent Alma collection. The brand's styles will last a lifetime, are not disposable and don’t become obsolete with the changing of the seasons. May the beauty last longer than the seasons.

www.fromalma.com

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Estonian Design House-  is a platform created in 2010 by the Estonian Designers' Union (EDL). EDM's mission is to introduce and commercialize the work of designers through various sales channels at home and abroad.

EDL's mission, in turn, is to introduce Estonia as a country with rising design potential and to build a reputation both locally as well as around the world.

The performance at the D_O_M brings together a collage of exciting newcomers and contemporary menus that local and foreign audiences have happily acquired in their homes. Not only clothes can be seen on the stage, but also chairs, clocks and much more.

www.estoniandesignhouse.ee

17.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

_____________________________

HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


_________________________________

2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

________________________________

STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

17.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

17.09.2020
Kadri Kruus & Eve Hanson /  open Studios
14.09 / 12-18 sample sale
15.09 / 12-20 new collection
15.09 / 19.00 designer talk

Mon-Fri / 14.09.-18.09 / 12-18

@ Pärnu mnt 20 A, Tallinn

Kadri Kruus - Bags and Accessories 


Classic cuts, quality materials and excellent craftmanship with a brave new innovative attitude. Kadri Kruus takes glamour to a new level turning pretty things functional and functional things multifunctional.

https://www.kadrikruus.com/


Eve Hanson’s

collection is about merging the practical experience and awareness of timeless, sustainable design, rather than presenting a story. Waring contemporary, fresh and genuine pieces is paramount to Eve’s philosophy of fashion.

Her garments, created by using innovative pattern cuttings, draping techniques, and original prints by different artists, can be contrasted with subtle minimalistic items that produce an inspiring and harmonious image. Lavish application of volume results with warm emotions, durable and functional fabrics in the monochrome palette have fresh colour accents added each season.

Quality is the key in both the production and the final result: Eve Hanson’s garments stand the test of time.

All clothing manufactured in Estonia.

https://evehanson.com/

______________________________

 Designer’s studios are open 

@ Pärnu mnt 20A 

from Monday to Friday /  12.00-18.00 

ONLY during Disainiöö festival. 


For special prices 20% us a secret keyword “DISAINIÖÖ”

Secret prices are available ONLY in showroom!

______________________________


Monday September 14th, 12.00-18.00 


“Sale of samples and prototypes”

Special models are looking for special new owners

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 12.00-18.00 


Disainiöö studio shop:

Newest colors and models for autumn/winter season.

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 19.00 


Designers Talk:  "Fashion Not Fashionable?"

(in estonian). Keep in mind there is a limited amount of seats! Prebook by writing: 

contact@kadrikruus.com

______________________________

18.09.2020

18.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

_____________________________

HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


_________________________________

2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

________________________________

STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

18.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

18.09.2020
Kadri Kruus & Eve Hanson /  open Studios
14.09 / 12-18 sample sale
15.09 / 12-20 new collection
15.09 / 19.00 designer talk

Mon-Fri / 14.09.-18.09 / 12-18

@ Pärnu mnt 20 A, Tallinn

Kadri Kruus - Bags and Accessories 


Classic cuts, quality materials and excellent craftmanship with a brave new innovative attitude. Kadri Kruus takes glamour to a new level turning pretty things functional and functional things multifunctional.

https://www.kadrikruus.com/


Eve Hanson’s

collection is about merging the practical experience and awareness of timeless, sustainable design, rather than presenting a story. Waring contemporary, fresh and genuine pieces is paramount to Eve’s philosophy of fashion.

Her garments, created by using innovative pattern cuttings, draping techniques, and original prints by different artists, can be contrasted with subtle minimalistic items that produce an inspiring and harmonious image. Lavish application of volume results with warm emotions, durable and functional fabrics in the monochrome palette have fresh colour accents added each season.

Quality is the key in both the production and the final result: Eve Hanson’s garments stand the test of time.

All clothing manufactured in Estonia.

https://evehanson.com/

______________________________

 Designer’s studios are open 

@ Pärnu mnt 20A 

from Monday to Friday /  12.00-18.00 

ONLY during Disainiöö festival. 


For special prices 20% us a secret keyword “DISAINIÖÖ”

Secret prices are available ONLY in showroom!

______________________________


Monday September 14th, 12.00-18.00 


“Sale of samples and prototypes”

Special models are looking for special new owners

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 12.00-18.00 


Disainiöö studio shop:

Newest colors and models for autumn/winter season.

______________________________


Tuesday, September 15th, 19.00 


Designers Talk:  "Fashion Not Fashionable?"

(in estonian). Keep in mind there is a limited amount of seats! Prebook by writing: 

contact@kadrikruus.com

______________________________

19.09.2020

19.09.2020
Design & Fashion Street
Sat 19.09    12.00–19.00 
Sun 20.09  12.00-17.00

@Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

As it has come a tradition, Design Street and Fashion Cross will again be part of the festival and no driver’s license is needed to attend. Walk through the streets and find lots of great fashion-, accessory-, product- and interior design.

Over a hundred designers and design brands will occupy the hall of Noblessner Shipyard. In addition to a pleasing experience, it is a great opportunity to learn about the designers and the stories behind the products and purchase some of the best design with special prices.



Participants:

Eesti Disaini Maja
Safal KIDS
Helena Tikunova Design
Agnes Veski Jewelry
WolfBerry
Jaana Trauss Design
OOMYO
Raili Nõlvak
Woolish
VETKA/Kristina Puz
Inga Radikainen
Botanic Garden
Seco by Jane Aus
Sigil Stone Studio
Lentsius
Inga Kalistru Ehted
KENA
HERTTA
KANA särgid
HING
Sssprint Stuudio
JOLO
Katrin Valgemäe
BUTTERMAN
MIRGOODS
Anneli Tammik Jewellery
Piret Loog
KOSU väikelaste nõudesari
Euts
SKIIWI
Merle Kasonen Jewellery
Mirai Design House
KUU handmade
Mari Masso Millinery
NORDHALE
ELLEN RICHARD
Lisa Kroeber Jewellery
Nola
ÖÖKÜLM
Eve Hanson
Reflective Zoo OÜ
ALEXANDERLING
Pesuliisu
Katreen Flowers
JNGLSNTMSSV by Iris Vilu
johannatammceramics
Rami Jewellery
Iidam ja Aadam
UniOrganic OÜ
Lõngast loodud / Riine Latserus
Krõõt Kukkur Illustrations
PIRET KURESAAR
Ruth Terras
Lambiateljee Hipster Light
Siret Design
John Blund Blankets
RAJA STYLE
Kalamaja Paberipood
KOOSdisain
PIPIK
Rita Livia Jewelry
astrid rajalo
WOH
NikiKi Baby Girl Turban
Hele Art and Design
Karen Milistver
K i l l u d
ALPAKA
Õpilasfirma Cinto
Tohuto
Pehmö
A-galerii autoriehted
TigaseMann
Ichoose
Katré
Velkur
Kristiina Laurits
QLR Disain
Wallars
DeMoog Design House
Kirill Safonov
Gré
D'DIFFERENCE
Stuudio Emma Leppermann
Sigrid Kuusk
"Armilde" & "Ruudi"
KYLLIKE
Hiiu Vill
NRTN/Hansel Tai
metsik
gkdisain
uBent / Viljo Naarits
EGG Laura Saks
BRäND
TIINA ANDRON
TOKU
Liina Lelov ja Valdek Laur
Stuudio Raili Keiv
Isbushka
Põhjamaa Disainistuudio OÜ/ Põhjamaa Portselan
MOI
Triibuvineer
1.kiht
Studio Mari Seger
Kristi Liiva Jewelry
Jyrgens ART
Pea Peenar
Mari Design
SEIK
Hvitolg
IRIS JANVIER
Mekoome
Ceramies
MIURIO
NirgiWabrik
EstWestDesigns
Iseloov. design
Janika Mägi
Valent
LoodusSPA
KUKUI
EHE ELO
HÕRD, ME by Eve Roosna
MOONIKA KASE
Indrek Päi Jewellery
Furlin
MUUNI
Lumina Nordica
Anne Türn
Julia Valtanen Illustration
Kadi Veesaar Jewellery
LÕÕM
Artbuz Creative Workshop
BOH design
Kanela- ÖÖHELK X JO
Woogs
RÄHN Eyewear
k u u l
NIELA
Craftory
Fanni Banni
Kristin Otsalt
ELLI
JustMust by Ewi
TUUB
Edasi.org
Marat


More information about participants our  Facebooki page!



krista@disainioo.ee

19.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

_____________________________

HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

________________________________

TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

________________________________

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


_________________________________

2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

________________________________

STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

________________________________

SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

19.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.

20.09.2020

20.09.2020
Design & Fashion Street
Sat 19.09    12.00–19.00 
Sun 20.09  12.00-17.00

@Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

As it has come a tradition, Design Street and Fashion Cross will again be part of the festival and no driver’s license is needed to attend. Walk through the streets and find lots of great fashion-, accessory-, product- and interior design.

Over a hundred designers and design brands will occupy the hall of Noblessner Shipyard. In addition to a pleasing experience, it is a great opportunity to learn about the designers and the stories behind the products and purchase some of the best design with special prices.



Participants:

Eesti Disaini Maja
Safal KIDS
Helena Tikunova Design
Agnes Veski Jewelry
WolfBerry
Jaana Trauss Design
OOMYO
Raili Nõlvak
Woolish
VETKA/Kristina Puz
Inga Radikainen
Botanic Garden
Seco by Jane Aus
Sigil Stone Studio
Lentsius
Inga Kalistru Ehted
KENA
HERTTA
KANA särgid
HING
Sssprint Stuudio
JOLO
Katrin Valgemäe
BUTTERMAN
MIRGOODS
Anneli Tammik Jewellery
Piret Loog
KOSU väikelaste nõudesari
Euts
SKIIWI
Merle Kasonen Jewellery
Mirai Design House
KUU handmade
Mari Masso Millinery
NORDHALE
ELLEN RICHARD
Lisa Kroeber Jewellery
Nola
ÖÖKÜLM
Eve Hanson
Reflective Zoo OÜ
ALEXANDERLING
Pesuliisu
Katreen Flowers
JNGLSNTMSSV by Iris Vilu
johannatammceramics
Rami Jewellery
Iidam ja Aadam
UniOrganic OÜ
Lõngast loodud / Riine Latserus
Krõõt Kukkur Illustrations
PIRET KURESAAR
Ruth Terras
Lambiateljee Hipster Light
Siret Design
John Blund Blankets
RAJA STYLE
Kalamaja Paberipood
KOOSdisain
PIPIK
Rita Livia Jewelry
astrid rajalo
WOH
NikiKi Baby Girl Turban
Hele Art and Design
Karen Milistver
K i l l u d
ALPAKA
Õpilasfirma Cinto
Tohuto
Pehmö
A-galerii autoriehted
TigaseMann
Ichoose
Katré
Velkur
Kristiina Laurits
QLR Disain
Wallars
DeMoog Design House
Kirill Safonov
Gré
D'DIFFERENCE
Stuudio Emma Leppermann
Sigrid Kuusk
"Armilde" & "Ruudi"
KYLLIKE
Hiiu Vill
NRTN/Hansel Tai
metsik
gkdisain
uBent / Viljo Naarits
EGG Laura Saks
BRäND
TIINA ANDRON
TOKU
Liina Lelov ja Valdek Laur
Stuudio Raili Keiv
Isbushka
Põhjamaa Disainistuudio OÜ/ Põhjamaa Portselan
MOI
Triibuvineer
1.kiht
Studio Mari Seger
Kristi Liiva Jewelry
Jyrgens ART
Pea Peenar
Mari Design
SEIK
Hvitolg
IRIS JANVIER
Mekoome
Ceramies
MIURIO
NirgiWabrik
EstWestDesigns
Iseloov. design
Janika Mägi
Valent
LoodusSPA
KUKUI
EHE ELO
HÕRD, ME by Eve Roosna
MOONIKA KASE
Indrek Päi Jewellery
Furlin
MUUNI
Lumina Nordica
Anne Türn
Julia Valtanen Illustration
Kadi Veesaar Jewellery
LÕÕM
Artbuz Creative Workshop
BOH design
Kanela- ÖÖHELK X JO
Woogs
RÄHN Eyewear
k u u l
NIELA
Craftory
Fanni Banni
Kristin Otsalt
ELLI
JustMust by Ewi
TUUB
Edasi.org
Marat


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krista@disainioo.ee

20.09.2020
DISPLAY OF DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS 
14.09.—20.09.
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18

@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09 at 17.00
The display of design and architecture schools introduces graduation works and various school projects. In addition to the design schools in Estonia who offer higher education in Tallinn, Tartu and Haapsalu.

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HAAPSALU COLLEGE OF TALLINN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY

Handicraft Technologies and Design" at Tallinn University Haapsalu College is a unique applied curriculum that provides its graduates with an understanding of these essence, creation and sustainability of a personal product. We have turned our face towards the ongoing processes in society and elaboration of possible solutions of its pain spots. We value highly working with health promotion product concepts. Our products. are made based on the principle "from an idea to a ready-made product" and as a close cooperation with clients. This exhibit dispalys examples of courseworks and diploma projects.

https://www.tlu.ee/haapsalu/kasitootehnoloogiad-ja-disain

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TARTU ART SCHOOL

Tartu Art School exbosition at Disainiöö:
1. Award-winning works from the youth architectural competition.
2. Computer game dedicated to environmental issues
3. Graphic design and stylist students magazine project

www.tartukunstikool.ee

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INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SCHOOLS' EXHIBITION 

The festival's theme "Design for Need" questions the life cycle of today's product. Is the new generation of designers, the first agents in any production cycle, equipped to navigate the waters of a society replete with challenges and regulations? In response, a collection of student projects are presented by Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu Art College Pallas, Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Tartu Art School. The floor additionally extends to representatives from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design and University of the Arts London.


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2+2

The 2 + 2 exhibition from the Pallas University of Applied Sciences shows a selection of 2020 graduation works in the field of design. The works completed and submitted during a state-wide emergency situation were exceptional and approached design from several sides. There was work on material that begged for a new approach. There was a client who needed a more beautiful solution for a functional chair. There were several works on the design process itself that needed a new source of inspiration. The end result is as simple and logical as 2 + 2, which had to be done in a situation where 2 + 2 was not easy at all.

pallasart.ee

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STUDENT ARTWORK EXHIBITION 

Crafting Organic Waste For Fashion

Riina Õun is a leather accessories designer, researcher and a recent graduate of MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, UAL in London. She is exploring how waste Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast (SCOBY) generated from the kombucha drink industry can be re-processed into a new, more sustainable, vegan, leather-like material. Various possibilities of how craft has to adapt to working with the material are explored within a collection of handbags. The result is a fully commercial, market-ready product that I can create in large quantities as a viable alternative for the fashion industry.

www.riinao.com

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SELECTION OF STUDENT WORKS FROM 2019/2020, ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' FACULTY OF DESIGN

Estonian Academy of Arts looks to the future - actively participating in social processes, making use of new technologies and paying close attention to changes caused by ever-accelerating development. The exhibition presents works from interaction design, product design, graphic design, textile design, fashion design and the joint master's degree programme Design & Technology Futures of EKA and TalTech. 

www.artun.ee

20.09.2020
Reet Aus // Can you enter the afterlife, wearing jeans?
14.09.—20.09. 
Mon-Sat 12-20
Sun 12-18


@ Põhjala tehas, Marati 5, 11713, Tallinn

Exhibition official opening
Mon 14.09, 17:30

Free!
People are calling for a green revolution. The environment has become a security risk, sustainability a political campaign. Cities are competing for the title of Green Capital, and the European Union is introducing new directives. Climate neutrality is conjunction. The circular economy is a buzzword.

Do we know what that means in our rudimentary everyday life? The exhibition in front of you shows the complexity of the story – the attempt to stop the unstoppably producing textile industry. So that the garbage won't bury us. We want you to ponder on the possibility of a revolution.

The raw material is waste, which according to regulations can no longer go to landfills from 2025. In the European Union, a total of 25% of used clothing is collected. Only 1% is recycled.

But we can recycle a lot more. It is possible if we use every resource available, including our fellow citizens who might go unnoticed.

Recycling art in front of you has been made by female prisoners from Tallinn Prison and people with special needs from the Welfare Institution. People we've left out of the discussion. They deserve a creative voice – we are destroying our planet at their and their children's expense as well.

The exhibition visitor will first receive a tutorial on how to make an apron themselves. And then comes the moment of truth.

The exhibition talks about using the valuable upcycling method and how textile waste becomes a product again through a circular design.

Will you put your worn jeans in the trash again next time?

Partners: European Commission Representation in Estonia, Uuskasutuskeskus, Ministry of the Environment, Vanglatööstuse AS, AS Hoolekandeteenused.