Romanian Design Week 2019 presents over 200 design and architecture projects and three circuits proposed by more than 30 entities from the creative communities of Bucharest.
Romanian Design Week, a multidisciplinary event dedicated to local creative industries, already at its seventh edition, will be held in Bucharest from 17th to 26th of May 2019. Wishing to bring the city’s creative communities under the spotlight, this edition proposes three circuits that integrate more than 30 entities from the communities and hubs – Cotton Industry, Creative Tribe and InCotroceni.
Additionally, the festival includes a central exhibition, which presents some of the best projects made in the last year by designers, graphic artists and Romanian architects, a series of capsule exhibitions signed by creative and local organizations, but also from Moldova or France, a special concept store dedicated to the Romanian design, but also the second edition of the RDW Awards, awards that encourage excellence within creative industries and promote Romanian designers.
Each of the creative clusters that will participate at Romanian Design Week 2019 will have a dedicated day in the program of the festival: Cotton Industry – May 21, Creative Tribe – May 22 and InCotroceni – 25 & 26 May.
The central exhibition of Romanian Design Week, the largest multidisciplinary event in Romania, will bring together five categories – Architecture, Product Design, Graphic Design, Fashion and Multidisciplinary Design – over 200 of the best projects made in the last year by Romanian designers, graphic artists and architects.
Romanian Design Week supports and amplifies in 2019 the local creative industries’ speech, highlighting the major contribution that creative communities have in transforming the capital of Romania into a truly modern and European city.