Bring your interiors to life with print at Printeriors 2016
BEDA members are invited to join fellow interior and décor professionals, architects, designers and specifiers the RAI, Amsterdam from 8-11 March to discover how print can be used to create incredible talking points.
Creating Ultra Personalized Products & Services: UPPS
CLICKNL explore the future of large scale customizable product design at Munich Business Design Week. Combining the Creative Industries’ user-centred design approach with Smart Industries’ technologies creates new opportunities for developing Ultra Personalized Products and Services (UPPS).
MCBW 2016 – Design Connects Visions For Economy, 20th - 28th February 2016, Munich
Since its inception, Munich Creative Business Week (MCBW), the largest design event held in Germany for designers and contractors, has become one of the main attractions for top international designers, architects, creative people, business and economic sector representatives and all those who have a general interest in design. The reason: MCBW clearly is aimed at engaging people with design and its relevance to society, culture and the economy.
61 proud agency and client partnerships were recognised at the 2016 DBA Design Effectiveness Awards ceremony at London’s Tobacco Dock on 11th February.
Over the past 27 years, the DBA Design Effectiveness Awards have built up a wealth of evidence that design is an economic force and source of global influence.
User-Centred Design, a Cité du design characteristic
The Cité du design offers an efficient platform for thinking practices, needs and uses. They share with BEDA members their methods for updating the way design contributes to the emergence of new dynamics in multiple contemporary domains.
The Cité du design is a European Centre of Competence and lead of the BEDA Cluster dedicated to User-Centred Design. It is a cluster of excellence in design, bringing together research and development activities as well as design promotion.
Design Council has been awarded a four-year framework contract and will work for the European Commission to support the application of a design-led approach to policy formulation and implementation.
The challenge faced by policymakers the world over is needing to do more with less, while at the same time meeting greater expectations of what the state can deliver.
The power of clusters – could your organization join a BEDA Cluster?
Share your organisation’s expertise and develop your competences through BEDA’s Clusters.
Those of you who attended BEDA’s GA+ in Milan in June last year will remember a lot of discussion about BEDA’s idea of inviting members to join various competence or knowledge Clusters.
BEDA Insight Forum 2015 – Putting users first
This inaugural forum, which took place in Brussels in December 2015, is a key activity within BEDA Integrates, one of four distinct strands of the BEDA ‘Design Europe 2021’ project, which promotes and strengthens design for cultural and creative growth across Europe. The aim of the forum is to achieve insight into how design, as an approach and a strategy, can help and improve the way that policy is made to the benefit of the citizens of Europe.
IDZ call for nominations for sustainable products, services and concepts for the fourth edition of this prestigious award.
Good design must convince both aesthetically and ecologically. The German Federal Ecodesign Award recognises sustainable products, services and concepts that are outstanding in their design. Companies, design agencies, start-ups and students are all invited to submit innovative solutions until 11 April 2016. Since 2012, the Federal Ecodesign Award has been granted annually by the Federal Environment Ministry (BMUB) and the Federal Environment Agency (UBA) in cooperation with the International Design Center Berlin (IDZ).
Further details and application: www.bundespreis-ecodesign.de
Art has a positive effect on building projects in Finland.
Ornamo report on the benefits of commissioning visual arts as part of construction schemes.
As a tool for enhancing sense of belonging and brand identity, the use of visual arts as part of building projects is positively received among art commissioners. This was clearly stated in a survey commissioned for Percent for Art project. 109 professionals from the construction and cultural sectors filled in the questionnaire in November 2015.