Romanian Design Week 2017 – tens of events dedicated to design in Bucharest between May 20-29

Events, Innovation, Marketing

Romanian Design Week, the biggest national event aiming to promote the Romanian design which reached its 5th and anniversary edition, is presented, this year, by The Institute and ING Bank between May 20-29. Same as every year, Romanian Design Week will include in its program the central exhibition organized by The Institute and a circuit of events and spaces aimed to promote the design with all of its disciplines among big public and professionals.

Bucharest will turn into the capital of design between May 20-28, as over 30 events design-related are scheduled to take place in the mentioned period. An important activity center will be the Creative Neighborhood, the most recent project from The Institute and the place that will host more than half of the events.

Each year we are delighted by the large number of partners and friends who want to be part of RDW and to bring it value and content. We are thanking them for supporting us in promoting the Romanian design. Another interesting aspect is that these events take place in the Creative Neighborhood, as this shows us that the premises that we’ve started from are correct

Andrei Gavrila-Bortun,

CEO The Institute

In this year’s events program are: Print Your Imagination @Antalis // Photo exhibition @Artichoke Coffee Shop // Open doors’ week @Carmen Secareanu // CreativeMornings Bucharest // Opening Night / Bulb 27 New Collection @Dizainar concept-store // Designers and Artists Barbecue, Art & Design @Dizainăr concept-store & Acuarela Bistro // Everything must remain possible @Eclectico Studio // INSTALART/ OBJECT/ 005  @INSTALART // Glod  @J’ai Bistrot // Open office @Republic of Architects // Movie Night UrbanEye @UrbanEye Film Festival // Civic Storytelling @Urboteca (The Association for Urban Transition) // The Launch of the RDW Collection Powered by ZOOT @ZOOT.RO // From Viscri with love @Acuarela Bistro // Export. Spanish architecture abroad @ The Spanish Embassy in Bucharest // Argaetic Muralium: 1 week live @ The Cultural Association IMBOLD // CALUP SPACE STARTER – Just use it! @CALUP // The Exhibition “Cities in dialogue: Bucharest – Vienna” @creart – Centre for Creation, Art and Tradition of the Bucharest Municipality, Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna and Austrian Cultural Forum // When South meets North @Design&After // Design Camp – Cernat & 100% Transylvania @Design Week Sfantu Gheorghe and The Balassi Institute // Made in RO – Ceramics Edition @Designist // The Performers @DjSuperStore // Mercedes design @ The Balassi Institute and the Art University Moholy-Nagy from Budapest (MOME) // Craft to Design Fest @Mesteshukar ButiQ // NODeschis #3 @NOD makerspace // Fusion Arts – May Edition @Palatul Noblesse – Lifestyle Palace // FOLIAGE @Poteca Studio & Alina Turdean // DESIGN ’30 @Romanian Artists’ Union (Uap) Design Department // HoReCa @Simplu // Untitled Planes @Tempini Solutions //  * MIMESIS – Fotografie de Designer @The FAB Squad // Filmikon at Therapy  @Therapy Bistro // Be Timeless @Tudor Personal Tailor // Projected by Twins & Cristian Corvin @Twins Studio & Cristian Corvin Studio // Gen Z ARTifacts @Unarte/ Neogalateca Gallery Shop // The Design of Dining @WeDine.

This year’s central exhibition will host 200 of the best projects made by 150 designers, illustrators and Romanian architects during the last year. The design of the central RDW 2017 space is signed by the architect Attila Kim. The building (which will host in the future a Concept Store) was made available for RDW’s events by Mega Image.

RDW Main Venue hosts also this year a series of international presences, such as satellite exhibitions organized by the Romanian Design Week partners. Moreover, as it does each year, the central Romanian Design Week exhibition will bring into people’s attention the best design projects of last year in the fields of: architecture, urbanism, object design, hybrid design. The Institute projects are supported by Absolut, glo iFuse, Tastemakers and Ciuc.