4 Design Days Online
13 May 2021
Architects and designers in the New European Bauhaus project
The immortal Bauhaus in a new role
How can we build on the foundations of Walter Gropius’ school to create a vision of architecture of the future that puts people and the environment first? Will the ideas of Bauhaus stop the climate crisis and ensure a better life for future generations? What does it take for the ‘new Bauhaus’ to succeed? Ideas for developing the New European Bauhaus. Architects, designers and investors – their role in building a sustainable future.
The New European Bauhaus motivates and inspires people! The projects of tomorrow
What projects do Poland and Europe need? What direction should the transition of cities and the design of new infrastructure take to be modern and environmentally friendly? To build or to revitalise? New forms of architecture; new building techniques; natural materials; technologies.
Design for the ‘new normality’ – trends in industrial design and in the ways the space for living and working is designed
Functionality, innovation, economisation, art… and safety. Will the pioneering ideas of Bauhaus also work in post-COVID interiors? Which ideas will dominate the trends in industrial design and the design of space for living and working in 2021?
Residential fashion. How will we live after the pandemic?
The environment, functionality, and technologies – or on how Poles want to live in the era of ‘new normality’. Residential fashion changes every year, but the last 12 months have turned previous trends upside down. The pandemic has turned our homes into offices, schools and nursery schools. We bought new furniture and rearranged the old… but we still want to live fashionably. How to do that? Trends in residential interior design..
TrendWatch – environmentally friendly, bold, modern and well-designed
The market for home furnishing and interior design products is full of innovations. We discuss and present the ones worth paying attention to.
Masters of Architecture
Another series of lectures organized by Association of Polish Architects, Katowice (SARP Katowice).