3daysofdesgin is an event which is set to take place in Denmark which will be showcasing a curated selection of work from a variety of creative talents from the 23rd to the 25th of May. There will be many Swiss designers attending the event, so today we’ll be having a look at these teams as well as to the main highlights of the event.
3daysofdesign consists of Denmark’s annual design event which dynamizes all of Copenhagen. With each edition, they bring around new concepts within the topics of lifestyle, lighting, furniture and interior design. This event is also open to everybody, attracting many design enthusiasts from around the globe.
There will be a series of initiatives which will involve a series of initiatives of several areas from more than one country. They will be set in more than one place around Copenhagen, inviting all of the people interested in 3daysofdesign to engage in more than one initiative regarding either design events or even gastronomical initiatives.
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When it comes to presences from Switzerland, one of the main attendants of the event will be the Embassy of Switzerland, which will have its Danish and Swiss architects BJARKE INGELS (BIG) and SIMON FROMMENWILER (HHF Architects) present their visions in regards to contemporary architecture. The presence of this entity at 3daysofdesign will be a tribute to the Swiss/Danish spirit of quality and innovation.
However, there are three particular Swiss companies which have been invited to partake in the Open Embassy programme set to happen at 3daysofdesign: WEER, Panter & Tourron, and Studio Raphael Lutz. These three main names will also be attending a tailor-made matchmaking programme. Over 150 exhibitors are set to be present at this event.
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Studio Raphael Lutz is among one of the highlights when it comes to Swiss presence in 3daysofdesign. This design project was created in 2012 and since then it had a series of interesting projects which involve art, furniture, lighting and interior design in general.