DESIGN! NOW? at IMM Cologne 2020, including talks

DESIGN! NOW?

The BA and MA Product Design courses of the Universität der Künste Berlin are concerned with time in which we live. How does our society change, and what furniture, products, and services are needed for it nowand in our future?

• They develop new forms, materials, and techniques for design
• They look critically at how our society and needs develop
• They explore product-typologies to fit how we live, and will live
• They aim to create products and solutions with positive impact

At International Furniture Fair IMM in Cologne, UdK Berlin presents products for the home and our daily life. Some for now, some for later.

Works by: Sophie Stanitzek, Marie Radke, Milan Siegers, Felix Harwood, Philipp Hainke, Oskar Bigalke, Eike Julian Voss, Tillman Vanhöf, Tobi Trübenbacher, Anna Koppmann, Sergei Saraiva

IMM Cologne, Hall 3.1 H-10
13-18 Jan: 09.00-18.00
19 Jan: 09.00-17.00

www.design.udk-berlin.de –
instagram: @udk_produktdesign / @udkberlin

UDK-BERLIN EVENT AT IMM
On 14 January at 16:00 we have a meet and greet event at the stand and serve water and wine: YOU ARE INVITED!


UDK-BERLIN TALKS AT IMM

During IMM UdK Product Design contributes to IMM’s talks program with two UDK talks at the Pure Campus Forum in Hall 3.1

Tuesday 14 January 14.00 – 14.30 pm
DESIGN! NOW? – by Mathias Hahn

London based designer Mathias Hahn works for international clients on furniture and products for the home. He will speak about his work, the impact of design and what design could do for work and live environments today and our future. He will be introduced by UdK-Berlin where he recently worked with students on a very succesfull project with borosilicate glass.

www.mathiashahn.com


Wednesday 15 January 13.00 – 13.30 pm
DESIGN!NOW? – by Thomas Schur

Cologne based designer Thomas Schnur works for international clients on furniture and products for everyday life. He will speak about his work, and current presentation in the Cologne Passagen Program and the impact of design on our current and future way of living. Thomas will be introduced by UdK-Berlin where he recently worked with students on a project on standards and metal.

www.thomasschnur.com

portrait by Alexander Böhle