FDD 2001 Borås: In process

FutureDesignDays 2001 started out as an experiment. Would it really be possible to gather designers and architects from all over the world to debate and talk about design? Would there be an audience, and would it understand how important it was to listen, learn and...
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FDD 2002 Borås: Design without boundaries

FutureDesignDays 2002 concentrated on highlighting the people with the courage to cross all boundaries in their work. The people whose work advanced the boundaries of what can be achieved and what design can signify. And they were all there. The stage was invaded by...
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FDD 2003 Borås: They said it couldn’t be done

Exhibitions, parties, mingling, a very extensive speaker list and more than 1,000 visitors. The theme of FutureDesignDays 2003 was “They said it couldn’t be done”. But everyone who attended saw that it could be done. New ties were formed between visitors and speakers....
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FDD 2004 Stockholm: FEAR

FutureDesignDays 2004 left its hometown Borås for the swedish capital Stockholm. The event grew big at the Stockholm International Fairs with a huge EXPO, compared to what was exposed at Åhaga in Borås. The conference developed further and Breakout Sessions were...
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FDD 2005 Stockholm: SHIFT

The festival of 2005 took on a different shape. It became more like four festivals in one – a conference with four blocks, each providing in-depth information and inspiration in the fields of industrial design, architecture, new media and fashion. The Breakout...
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FDD 2006 Stockholm: share – the power of collaboration

Since FutureDesignDays is an ongoing process, never completed or ready to settle down, this years festival­ just like all the other festivals took on a different shape.­ The intimicy was in focus. The goal was to create­ a tight and intensive meeting place with...
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Tom Dixon

Designer / head of design, Habitat, London “Beware! Design is in danger of degenerating. Now that the D-word is being used as a point of difference by every car company and jeans manufacturer, it could soon become a derogatory term.” Tom Dixon is one of the most...
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John Pawson

Architect London The father of minimalism! Architect John Pawson has been constantly true to his architectural vision during a remarkably successful career. One of the world’s most famed architects, John Pawson has crossed the boundaries between commercial and...
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Richard Cawthray

Design Leader Procter & Gamble Beauty Care United Kingdom In brief: - Design Leader Beauty Care at the world’s largest consumer product manufacturers. - Member of several Procter & Gamble Design Lead Teams. - Advancing Procter & Gamble from being a...
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Marcel Wanders

Designer The Netherlands Marcel Wanders moves unhindered between materials and disciplines. He runs his own studio in Amsterdam, is the designer and art director at Moooi and has worked at Droog Design. Marcel Wanders has given the world a porcelain bogey which can be...
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Gert Volker Hildebrand

Industrial designer Germany Gert Volker Hildebrand has been a respected name in the car industry for decades, having worked on assignments for Volkswagen, Seat, Opel and Mitsubishi. And his reputation received a further boost when, in 2001, he was invited to head a...
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Andy Chen

Media strategist and analyst USA “As you know, human civilisation is currently undergoing a digital revolution that is redefining the way we communicate and consume. It is truly a revolutionary experience, with tectonic changes in human behaviour and interaction.”...
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