Florian Busch, Official Show Designer for Tokyo Design Week 2011
Japan Based Architect Chosen To Curate October's "Environment X Design Exhibition".
- (1888PressRelease) April 02, 2011 - Following on from the hugely successful 25th anniversary of Tokyo Designers Week last year, (Hereafter TDW) Chief Producer and Chairman KENJI KAWASAKI, has announced details of TDW 2011, set to be one of Asia's largest art and design exhibitions.
Munich born architect FLORIAN BUSCH, has been chosen as official "Show Designer" for the annual art and design event which opens to the public in Tokyo this October. The entire exhibition ground will be treated like a giant design project by Florian and his team.
"This year's Tokyo Designers Week will be a revolutionary exhibition", said TDW Chief Producer Kenji Kawasaki. "We are very happy to welcome Florian Busch as the show designer for 2011".
Tokyo Designers Week 2011, Now Twice The Size:
Tokyo Designers week 2010 was such a huge success, with 70,000 visitors. The event is expanding for 2011, over 120,000 people are expected to attend. TDW will be split into two parts coinciding with national holidays in Japan.
Unique content will feature at both events, offering two great reasons to visit Tokyo. Visitors and the public will also be engaged across the city as over 150 shops, cafes and galleries join in the spirit of Tokyo Designers Week with charity events.
From Passive Visitor, To Active Participant:
For the first time, members of the public will be able to collaborate directly with professional designers, organizations and colleges. During Tokyo Designers Week 2011 visitors can take part by voting for awards, displaying their work, trying new techniques in design workshops and joining special forums.
"We hope you are as excited as we are about Tokyo Designers Week 2011" said Chief Producer and Chairman KENJI KAWASAKI.
Designers wishing to exhibit can apply online from April 2011.
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