A study on plastics circulation in electronic/electrical products
The report gives the brand/manufacturer an opportunity to present the brand’s/manufacturer’s achievements & frontrunner position; get the company and circular product featured; further the transition towards a circular economy.
Developing service delivery system of design support services
Under the call "Peer learning of innovation agencies" for proposals of the Horizon2020 Programme, the Business and Cultural Development Centre (KEPA), along with the Danish Design Centre (DDC) and Estonian Design Centre (EDC), were approved for the implementation of the project "Co-create Design Innovation Services" with the acronym "CODIS". The contract was signed on 16/04/2018 and the total project duration is 12 months.
Prime Minister Rõivas' Key-note Speech at the Danish Design Centre
On the 14th of october, The Estonian Design Center, the Embassy of Estonia in Copenhagen, Danish Design Centre and Design for Europe hosted a panel debate about the influence design has on happiness in a society. The design panel was part of the Prime minister's official visit Denmark. The keynote speak was given by the Prime minister of Estonia, Taavi Rõivas.
Interview with designers behind Estonian Sectrets
In the summer of 2013, Aamu Song and Johan Olin travelled around Estonia in hope of discovering its secrets. From meetings with different small producers a new collection of traditional products "Secrets of Estonia" was born. The products can be seen in the exhibition in Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design until February 23.
Inspirational talk with Anna Orsini
Next Tuesday, December 17 British fashion promoter Anna Orsini is having an inspirational talk in Estonian Design Centre. The fashion consultant of British Fashion Council will talk about her work with world class fashion brands and London Fashion Week.
Design export conference "Design Exposed" on 23 May
On 23 May, representatives from Finland, Germany and Estonia will gather in Tallinn for the conference "Design Exposed" to discuss design export options. The panel discussion will try to answer the question – how could Estonian design be introduced globally?
FreshEst presents: Estonian Ministry of Creative Affairs Wins International Fashion Showcase 2013!
Estonian Design Centre and Estonian Embassy in London are delighted to announce that the Estonian Showcase has won the 2013 International Fashion Showcase! Having competed against 27 countries and 110 designers from across the globe, it is an honour to be awarded this prestigious prize for the four break-out designers involved.