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Allow yourself to be surprised, shocked, amazed and entertained. Around fifty artists will be displaying the most ingenious works of Czech design in the Kotva department store within the framework of the Czech Design Week project. Come and draw inspiration for original Christmas and other presents.

Czech Design Week: an assault on Prague by Czech design

Eva Ledecká
26.Oct 2016
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Matěj a Jarda

Czech Design Week will be taking place from 4 to 13 November and visitors can look forward to original creations, accompanying lectures and tours.

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Work of Vladimír Žíla
Flexi Heels

One of the guided tours which will certainly be interesting is a tour following in the footsteps of the architect Věra Machoninová, who apart from the Kotva department store also designed Hotel Thermal in Karlovy Vary and the DBK department store.

3D comic and footwear by the Snaha brand

Czech Design Week will introduce you to the 3D comic called Nanits Chronicles, which represents a completely new take on comics. This is a digital concept combined with music which will draw you into the action and the very production itself.

Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m
Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m, Praha 10

We would also like to mention footwear by the Snaha brand, which you may know, as it is a traditional Czech shoemaking company. This brand was dusted off and reborn this year and it is attracting customers with a limited edition in collaboration with Czech designers.

You can however look forward to much more from the field of modern Czech design. Fashion, jewellery and furniture will be on display, all of this on the unique backdrop of all of the floors of the Kotva department store, a jewel of modern architecture.

You will also be able to attend interesting lectures. These will this year relate to topics which interest both designers themselves and also the general public. Lectures will be given on the issue of trademarks and a swirl of colours used: how they influence consumers, what importance they have on our clothing, interiors or which role their selection plays during development of a new logo.

An event with the same name will also be taking place almost at the same time in the Kafka House, where among other things, an exhibition will be given by the designer and illustrator Niňasilla with her collection of selected teas named after famous artists in boxes decorated with illustrations by the designer.


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