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Public Design Festival 2009, Milan, Italy
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Public Design Festival – International Competition
Public Design Festival announces the second edition of the duepercinque contest, an international call for entries to search for ideas and projects for public spaces. The selected projects will be presented during the festival, that will take place in Milan on April 13th-18th 2009 during the Milan’s International Furniture Fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile).
Theme of the Competition
The competition consists of the planning of an intervention on a urban parking area (2x5m). Different kinds of projects may be presented – i.e. installations, communication projects, community services, actions, urban furniture items.
Terms of Participation
The call for entries will be open till February 10th 2009.
Public Design Festival 2010 – second edition
Milan, April 13th to 18th
During the Milan’s International Furniture Fair (Salone Internazionale del Mobile), Public Design Festival highlights the important and central role of public spaces.
After 14 years of actions, projects, ideas, and concrete proposals – and after the experience gathered with the first edition – esterni presents the second edition Public Design Festival: a festival aimed in the first place for designers and architects, but also for public administrators, companies, and common citizens to focus on public spaces, and on how they are conceived and designed, or, on the contrary, neglected.
For further information please have a look at publicdesignfestival.org
Location: Milan, Italy
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