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Spotlight on Swedish Design
October 28, 2009   
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The Four Elements: Swedish Design Today is a exhibition at the Institute of Industrial Design in Warsaw. The exhibition is built around the theme of the four elements of earth, fire, air and water.

Design is presented as an essential element of working in harmony with nature, harnessing its power and enjoying its benefits. Swedish designers and manufacturers see design as something positive and intelligent, something that improves everyday life and makes it easier and more enjoyable.

More than 80 items designed and manufactured in Sweden over recent years are on display. The work of such world-renowned designers and teams of designers as Björn Dahlström, No Picnic Industrial Designers, Ergonomidesign, Ingegerd Raman, Front, and the Volvo Design Team is on show.

Contemporary Swedish design is exhibited in the context of the commercial success of firms like Electrolux, Volvo, Ikea, Absolut, Atlas Copco, Ramlösa, and Sony Ericsson that have been working closely with designers over a period of many years.

Until Nov. 11
Institute of Industrial Design, 5/7 ¦wiêtojerska St., Warsaw
Open Tue.-Sun. 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Free admission
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