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Next: Young European Design

27.04.2024 to 26.05.2024
Kunstgewerbemuseum

During Berlin Design Week, the exhibition Next – in cooperation with EUNIC Berlin (part of the European Union National Institutes for Culture network) – presents 30 projects and works from 11 countries. As the continuation of the successful Young Talents format, Next is now an integral part of the annual design festival.

The exhibition highlights young European design talents who address forward-looking and sustainable design concepts in their work. The initiative by EUNIC Berlin and Berlin Design Week demonstrates how European design can influence social change and serve as a driving force for innovation.

Next offers comprehensive insights into the diversity and potential of young designers from Estonia, Great Britain, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, Poland, Romania, Switzerland, Ukraine and Hungary. The exhibition is not only a showcase for visionary design work but also a discourse and networking platform stimulating the exchange of ideas about the role of design as a driver for sustainable and future-proof solutions.

The exhibition is curated by Alexandra Klatt, founder and programme director of Berlin Design Week, and co-organised and supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum, Slovakian Cultural Institut, Estonian Embassy, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, SKICA Slovenian Cultural Center Berlin, Ukrainian Institute, British Council, Swiss Embassy, Embassy of Luxembourg, Polish Institute and Romanian Cultural Institute Berlin.

Participating Designers

Ádám Miklósi (Hungary); Concrazy / Gábor Bakos (Hungary); DBE Furniture / Adam Bence Kiss (Hungary); Dragos Dogaru (Romania); Ivana Blaž, Nina Mršnik with Nikolaj Salaj (Slovenia); Jeanne Blatter (Switzerland); Julie Conrad (Luxembourg); JUUST /Stefan Cancola (Austria); Konrad Fleszar (Poland); Kuori / Sarah Harbarth (Switzerland); Kusheda Mensah (Great Britain); Maarja Mäemets (Estonia); MADbyMAD /Mata Durikovic (Slovakia); Mikk Meelak (Estonia); Nicolas Boon (Luxembourg); NOOM Home /Sokolova Design (Ukraine); Jan Wilczak (Poland); Para / Alina Moise (Romania); Petra Viciánová (Slovakia); Prapra / Sara Badovinac and Peter Zabret (Slovenia); Requiet (Ukraine); Riina Õun (Estonia); Rok Oblak and Luka Pleskovič (Slovenia); Roxanne Flick (Luxembourg); Stephanie Kneissl (Austria); Thibaut Wenger and Narada Zürrer (Switzerland); Vandasye / Georg Schnitzer and Peter Umgeher (Austria); Viktor Tabiš (Slovakia); Weronika Wojnarowicz (Poland); yakush / Masha Yakus (Ukraine).

Opening, Talks and Guided Tours

The opening takes place on Friday, 26 April 2024, at 7 pm and is part of the Berlin Design Week programme. Designer talks and guided tours take place on Saturday, 27 April 2024, from 2 to 6 pm.


Berlin Design Week is supported by the IKEA Foundation.

A special exhibition of the Kunstgewerbemuseums – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

Matthäikirchplatz
10785 Berlin

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U-Bahn: Potsdamer Platz
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Bus: Potsdamer Brücke, Potsdamer Platz Bhf / Voßstraße, Kulturforum, Philharmonie

Sun 11:00 - 18:00
Mon closed
Tue closed
Wed 10:00 - 17:00
Thu 10:00 - 17:00
Fri 10:00 - 17:00
Sat 11:00 - 18:00

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Tel 030 - 266 42 42 42 (Mon - Fri, 9 am - 4 pm)
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„Next“ auf der Website der Berlin Design Week