Once again, it’s that time of the year for the annual Danish Design Festival, celebrating Danish craftsmanship and design with a range of exhibitions, events, business conferences and awards. We at DANISH™ are highlighting three events that you must not miss out on.
Open Workshop at Smalltime Woodshop (Copenhagen)
Stefan “The Wooden Man” Ravn has driven his own prototype workshop for the last three years. At the festival, Stefan Ravn invites you to join his cozy Smalltime Woodshop in the northwestern quarter of Copenhagen. Here, he will be crafting new prototype dining tables, benches and other kinds of furniture, all made of wood. This event takes place on Saturday the 26th of May between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Read more about it here.
© Smalltime Woodshop
Design X Change at Design Museum Denmark (Copenhagen)
Bring your friends and family along to join Design X Change, where designers, craftsmen, thinkers, businesses and citizens assemble to share their knowledge and passion for a sustainable future. There will be plenty of creative workshops, talks and activities to suit every taste. Furthermore, you will be able to meet a whole range of international entrants and companies keen to show you how they utilize their resources in the most environmentally friendly ways.
This event is hosted by Design Museum Denmark from the 26th to the 27th of May between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. both days.
© Designmuseum Danmark
Open House at Den Danske Keramikfabrik – Ceramics Production (Bornholm)
The Danish Ceramics Factory – “Den Danske Keramikfabrik” in Danish – is opening its doors to all visitors to tell its story of producing handcrafted ceramics in Denmark. The factory has an organic working environment, where the craftmanship retains the Danish tradition and is further refined to the delight of enthusiasts of ceramics. You can join a guided tour of the factory and dive into the world of local ceramics production.
This event takes place on the 29th of May between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Read about it here.
© Den Danske Keramikfabrik
The partners behind the Danish Design Festival are the Danish Design Centre, Design denmark, Danish Artisans & Designers, Design Museum Danmark, City of Copenhagen, Kolding Municipality and Trends & Traditions.
The Danish Design Festival is running from 23rd to 30th of May 2018, featuring events throughout Denmark. The complete programme is now available; check it out here.