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Young designers to develop kitchens for elderly people

Who says that home design should be reserved for the young and chic? This question is the framework for the Design Camp Comfort in living which has gathered about 90 students, designers and representatives from companies from 7 countries in the EU.

Comfort in living

A shot from the design Camp. Participants are highly motivated and the atmosphere is good

Participants are highly motivated and the atmosphere is good

The participants come from Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Finland and Denmark and meet for a major matchmaking and Innovation Camp at the School of Design in Copenhagen. During the five days that the camp spans, the goal is to develop a number of concepts and prototypes of sustainable and multifunctional kitchens to elderly people above 65.

Come and see the prototypes and award ceremony

On Friday the award ceremony is open for everyone. Come and see the awards for the best design team with the most innovative idea and the team with the best potential for accomplishment.

Everyone is welcome on the 5 July at. 13:30 at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Fabrikmestervej 10, 1438 Copenhagen K.

See more photos from the Comfort in Living Design Camp

See photoes from the Comfort in Living design Camp


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