Romanian designers will present, for the first time, Romanian industrial design at International Technic Fair (TIB) 2013, an event that will take place on October 16-19, at Romexpo Bucharest.
Some of the objects made by Romanian designers that will be presented at the fair are:
- Pegas bicycle, that has recently refreshed its image with the contribution of the Romanian designer Ciprian Frunzeanu
- 3D printed iPhone carcasses by Irina Alexandru, one of the most active promoters of Romanian industrial design
- Saline Inhaler – made by Mihnea Ghildus
- Ultramodern audio headset by Antonio Meze
This is for the 1st time when Romanian product designers are participating to such an event and present a message targeting directly the big industrial producers.
This is an initiative that has 100% economic purpose and is meant to encourage collaboration between big brands and Romanian product designers.
This is a direct message for the big producers – to use the Romanian creative resources and it is, in the same time, a support offered by Bucharest Design Center and Romexpo to the Romanian product designers community, as its members are insufficiently known by the big producers
We are supporting design entrepreneurship and the development of this sector in Romania can only be an evolution sign and a sign of normalization of the Romanian market
Co-Founder Bucharest Design Center
TIB Bucharest is the biggest Romanian event dedicated to technical innovation and its previous edition was attended by 322 companies from 16 countries, that presented themselves to a total of 10,000 specialized visitors.
The Romanian designers that will be present at TIB are AIRA Design Studio, Alexe Popescu & Radu Manelici , Andrei Avarvarii, Andrian Dumitrascu, Antonio Meze, Ciprian Frunzeanu, Dragos Dogaru, Matei Suciu, Mihnea Ghildus, Nicholas Ciuchindel, Paul Stet, Stefanel Barutcieff, Valentin Neda and Vlad Iorgulescu.
Bucharest Design Center is a platform that promotes Romanian product designers in the relation with the internal public and external markets. Launched in 2012, the center already organized over 30 events to promote young designers in Romania and 2 abroad.
Bucharest Design Center also provided images with some of the designers’ work: