Week 11 of Virtual Design Festival features a collaboration with Danish textile company Kvadrat and a series of conversations with the architects behind Melbourne’s annual MPavilion designs.
Tuesday sees a takeover from the Design Museum, which will unveil work by its designers in residence. Among them are architect Stiliyana Minkovska, who designed a series of undulating birthing chairs, and Robert Johnson, whose Fatconomy project explores fat as a new sustainable material.
Furniture maker Sebastian Cox and Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek are this week’s guests for our Screentime series sponsored by Philips TV & Sound.
We will also screen a new talk from Therme Art in partnership with the British Council.
Australia’s MPavilion presents a number of relay talks on Thursday, featuring the architects of previous MPavilions interviewing their successor.
The conversations will feature MPavilion founder Naomi Milgrom and architects Sean Godsell, Amanda Levete, Bijoy Jain, Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten, Carme Pinós and last year’s MPavilion designer, Glenn Murcutt.
The week ends with Kvadrat, which will present a live interview between French designer Erwan Boroullec and Dezeen founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs about Boroullec’s design for Kvadrat’s Shade’s roller blind collection.
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