Next Design Market will take place on December 15 2019
Next Design Market will take place on December 15 2019 at Cultural Hub (Kultuurikatel).
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March 29, 2019
For the first time, Estonian Design Center invites you to a curated Design Tour around the Telliskivi Creative City. The tour will focus on introducing Telliskivi area-based designers who are running their studios with circular economy principles in mind. We will visit the studios of Reet Aus, Stella Soomlais and Karl Annus. They will share their thoughts on why sustainability is a major topic and why both designers and consumers should set their eyes on it. The design tour will be in English and led by Piret Mägi, design promoter, teacher and mentor.
Design Tour Programme
17.00 Gathering at the main entrance of the Telliskivi Creative City. A short introduction to Estonian design by Piret Mägi.
17:10 Reet Aus Studio
17:45 Stella Soomlais studio
18:20 Framed by Karl Studio
18:45 Piret will highlight some of the places you should certainly visit while already in the Telliskivi area.
Want to discover more places in Tallinn with great design? Tallinn Design Map will help you do that.
Designer Reet Aus is dedicated to slow fashion and her upcycled collection is entirely made from post-production leftovers helping to reduce the environmental footprint of the fashion industry. Each garment in Reet Aus’ collection saves on average 75% water and 88% energy.
Stella Runnel (Stella Soomlais studio)
Stella Soomlais is a leather and accessories designer. Her company produces a collection of weekend bags, backpacks, handbags, wallets, credit card holders and armbands. All products are handcrafted and made by Stella and her artisans in Estonia. The bags combine functionality with a minimalist aesthetic and are designed following a restorative and regenerative circular system.
Framed by Karl
Framed by Karl has been making made-to-measure wooden eyewear since 2010. The founder of the brand is Karl Annus. In his studio, you can also find ready-to-wear glasses. Karl uses precious wood for his frames, which is a material that harmonises with his respect for sustainable consumption. To get the most out of the high-quality materials, Karl also makes cufflinks, earrings and bracelets using selected offcuts from crafting his wooden eyewear.
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