Estonian Design exhibition “Size doesn’t matter!”

"Size Doesn't Matter" Estonian design exhibition @ London Design Festival / 14.09 - 24.09.2017 /

Through international exhibitions, we showcase the achievements of Estonia as a rapidly-developing design country with strong roots in the applied arts, and an innovative long-standing furniture industry. The Size Doesn’t Matter travelling exhibition will be exhibited during Design Festival in London.

The Estonian Association of Designers has developed the concept of 'Size Doesn’t Matter', which contrasts the small size of the country, the high number of designers, and the abundance of achievements, in order to introduce Estonian design in foreign countries. The collection consists of high-quality small-production-run products, basically of the best pieces produced by the designers, and of new innovative industrial products.

The exhibition includes products related to the furnishing of the home: textiles, furniture, lighting, ceramics, glass, wheels and fashion accessories including bags, shoes and jewellery. Nearly 50 designers are represented including meritorious as well as newly-graduated promising young designers who have received awards both in #Estonia and abroad. The crisp collection is characteristic of a Nordic style - minimalism, natural materials, ingenious solutions and humour.

This exhibition has been travelling from Tallinn to Brussels, London, Vienna, Stockholm and Caen. In September 2017 we are glad to introduce such a large range of Estonian design second time during London Design Festival.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a small pop-up shop run by the Estonian Design House.

The idea is to promote Estonian design abroad, and the curator is Ilona Gurjanova (Estonian Association of Designers President) who received an award from the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2017.

The event is dedicated to the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and to the 100th birthday of the Republic of Estonia.

Date: 
14/09/2017 to 24/09/2017