Three days of the most exciting global creative, business and educational BDW conference “INNOVATION 2”, for the eight time in row in Belgrade, from June 6th until June 8th 2013. The world’s best from the full specter of creative industries – branding, design, architecture, publishing, advertising, fashion, new media, film, entrepreneurship and culture – will explain HOW TO CREATE NEW VALUE in a fast changing world driven by INNOVATION!
A must for every progressive person and company planning the future of their business, institution, community, region, and especially for creatives planning their own future and the future of their clients: AS YOU READ THIS, IDEAS AND CONNECTIONS FORGED AT BDW ARE BLOSSOMING AROUND THE WORLD.
THIS YEAR ITS YOUR TURN!
“THE PARTICIPANT’S LIST IS IMPRESSIVE! BELGRADE DESIGN WEEK IS THE BEST PROFESSIONAL EVENT I EVER PARTICIPATED IN.”
SAT 08 JUNE
How do you design for world leading companies? On Saturday June 8th, meet the leading authors of hot awarded designs for brands like Moroso, MUUTO, Audi, Foscarini, Lapalma, Established & Sons, LK Hjelle, Asplund, Nespresso, Energias de Portugal, Nymphenburg, Optimus, Prada, Classicon, Droog Design, DIM, Campeggi, Hermes, Kreo, Arflex, Driade, Edra, Emeco,Ecart, Cappellini, Fontana Arte, Dornbracht – Clemens Weisshaar, Andersson & Voll, Oskar Zieta, Christophe Pillet, Adrien Rovero and Virgilio Fernandez from the FIAT Centro Stile, featuring their iconic Serbian-made 500L, the new design superstar
CENTRO STILE FIAT / VIRGILIO FERNANDEZ
Virgilio Fernandez, one of FIAT CENTRO STILE’s chief designers will speak at the BDW conference! The brand new FIAT 500L is rendering Serbia as its production country known around the world, with keywords such as innovation, design and high production standards coming from Kragujevac, pushing the whole national economy forward. Everybody speaks about the FIAT 500L, but nobody presented the people behind its design. Find out how the CENTRO STILE in Torino created FIAT’s arguably most progressive and fashionable car in history, but certainly the Serbian most important industrial product of the 21st century.
CLEMENS WEISSHAAR / KRAMWEISSHAAR
Find out from the first row how to become a rock-star in today’s design world! Innovating design since day one, Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram have developed a chair using methods borrowed from the future of automotive manufacturing in collaboration with Audi’s Lightweight Design Center. The chair’s multi-material space frame is made from carbon composites, carbon micro-sandwich and high strength aluminum and weighs only 2.2 kg or 77 ounces. Get an intimate insight of Audi’s ultra lightweight design credo by following strict guidelines to shave off every ounce of excess weight, at the BDW 2013 conference!
How to make a worldwide successful business from innovation? Oskar Zieta has lead companies in Poland and Switzerland
into a veritable industrial revolution in the usage of metal. He employs cutting edge interdisciplinary teams of experts who
together with him developed the brand new FiDU technology – deforming steel sheets using internal pressure and turning it
to ultra-light construction. These special constructions are remodeled and re-shaped into bridges, furniture, architecture…
Watch live at the BDW conference how to become a world leader in innovation, and crate a paradigm shift in your market.
TORBJORN ANDERSSEN / ANDERSSEN & VOLL
Meet the most hot new design stars on the arctic sky above Norway, Torbjorn Anderssen and Espen Voll are two thirds of
the former Norway Says. Experience first hand what it needs to be named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of
the year, take the legendary Nordic design scene by strom and receive numerous international awards and recognition for
work with furniture, lighting and home accessories.
Beograd is a regional centre and BDW is really professional and sympathy all over to me. Major compliments to all, you're doing a great pioneering job. Such a pity that local business and government still don't grasp the real importance and potential of it. If countries like UK, DK, NL support it, this is because it is quality; Serbia should support it because it is important and (more) Serbian companies should participate to reap the benefits in cooperation with Serbian designers.
So what is smart in this consequence? Insert the BDW logo with the year 2011.