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What if continuous growth becomes impossible | PART 2 [en]

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What if continuous growth becomes impossible | PART 2 [en]

date

10 July 2021, 12:30

place

Constitution Square

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It's time to take a step toward sustainable development!

It's time to get out of home! GDD walks are an opportunity to see the unique selection of projects for Gdynia Design Days with our guide. The new formula will allow you to even better understand the concepts behind the projects. The city walks will be created by following different design works selected within six thematic blocks.

When continuous growth becomes impossible, is a block devoted to projects about the ecological and social awareness. What values should society focus on when the current models of measuring development fail and the planet reaches the end of its endurance?

The event is in line with the assumptions of the New European Bauhaus initiative.

For the sake of our common safety, we have prepared a form for participants with a statement about their current health condition. You can download the document from our website, fill it in at home, and then take it with you for a walk. You can also fill in the form on the spot. To do this, report to the guide before the start of the walk. In this situation, please arrive at the place one minute in advance so that the walk can start on time.
During the walks, a photographer will be present to record our trip. If you do not want photos, please report this to your guide before starting the walk.
More information on the rules for walks can be found in the regulations. See you soon!

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Izabela Bołoz

Izabela Bołoz

Designer, working on the intersection of design, architecture and art. She studied social sciences at the University of Wroclaw in Poland and the University of Zurich in Switzerland, design at Kingston University London, then she graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven.She founded her design studio in the Netherlands in 2011. She is a lecturer at the Technical University of Eindhoven, and she also...

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Julia Rajs

Julia Rajs

2D and 3D designer, producer, troubleshooter. A graduate of design at the Fine Arts Academy in Gdańsk. Gained experience while creating exhibitions for festivals such as Gdynia Design Days or Dutch Design Week and working on the commercial sets. Winner of competitions organized by IKEA, Hatalska Infuture Institute or Foodbrand and Deker. Currently, works for Studio Izabela Boloz, where she develop...

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