Design September: the shape of things to come

What does design mean to you? Do you think of expensive but beautiful gadgets? Or are you triggered by the clever way things are made? To get a better understanding of what design actually is, and how varied it can be, have a look at the programme for this year’s Design September. The event is organised for the ninth time, with over a hundred cultural and commercial events, featuring the work of both national and international designers. You’ll discover design in all its shapes and glory, from furniture and architecture, to graphics and textile. Visit the studio of a Brussels-based designer such as Diane Steverlynck or Nathalie Dewez, learn more about their work through exhibitions or lectures, or experience design hands-on by taking part in a workshop, at leather goods label Niyona for instance. Or take your offspring to the Design for Kids workshop at the Atomium. Marvel at the beauty of Hungarian jewellery or go to the exhibition of ring designer Christa Reniers’s twenty best creations. Shop vintage at the Second Life festival, organised at the beautiful Hotel Berger. If you’re not sure where to start, have a look at cookery shop Pimpinelle, this year’s epicentre of Design September. And don’t forget the closing party at Recyclart, with beats designed by amongst others Neil Landstrumm and Transient Reflection.

DESIGN SEPTEMBER
> 30/9, Various locations, www.designseptember.be

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