Are you a designer or representative of a studio, label, institution, collective or academy, or a hippie with a mission? Apply now to take part in Ventura Lambrate 2015. The deadline is 19 December 2014.
Apply before 19 December and take advantage of the early bird discount (no application fee).
This international call goes out to:
• designers and design studios
• design collectives
• cultural institutions, galleries and museums
• design labels and creative brands
• companies with exceptionally creative projects and
• projects with a special focus on cross-disciplinary
The following selection criteria will apply:
• newness (never shown before)
• aesthetic quality
• high quality
• exhibitor professionalism
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Ventura Lambrate aspires to exhibit cross-disciplinary collaborations; processes and experiments that are part of the making of design projects; and fascinating conceptual ideas. In this edition, we’ll focus on the crossover between design and various areas of science and social progress. We’ll also provide a stage for
the most interesting design–fashion hybrids. We are furthermore very interested in hearing which ideas and subjects you are working on, and what processes you are working with, so please share those with us.
Attention, the deadline is 19 December 2014.
See our website for details on how to apply! And if you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"Going to Milan, and being part of Ventura Lam b rate has been the best business decision we have made yet!”
Marcello De Simone and Bruce Wayland, Little Owl Design
‘’The most innovative new players over the past few years have been the Dutch-run Ventura Lambrate district...’’?Marcus Fairs, Dezeen (UK)
“Ventura Lambrate felt really well, I honestly think I belong much more in this type of area than on the fair, especially because it is a place where there is much more space for research and conversation.”?Jaime Hayon
“Ventura Lambrate is without doubt my favorite part of Milan Design Week. It is always bursting at the seams with young enthusiastic designers, new ideas and cutting edge design, with a real festival vibe.”?Katie Treggiden, Design Milk (USA)
“Ventura Lambrate is a gritty industrial district on the city’s edge with seeded workshops, cafés, studios and new cultural buildings, often accommodated in former industrial structures – exactly the kind of framework needed for a creative district. It can manage the difficult but critical shift from high fashion to artsy bohemianism within a single block.”
Edwin Heathcote, Financial Times (UK)