Prague International Design Festival


Winners of Designblok Diploma Selection 2017 have been awarded

28. 10. 2017

Designblok announced Diploma Selection winners- fashion inspired by Polish aristocracy and objects from Syria and Mars dominated

On Saturday, October 28, 2017 were awarded the winners of the international competition Designblok Diploma Selection, which is co-organized by EUNIC Cluster Czech Republic. An international jury of international curators and gallery owners chose the winner from 30 diploma projects. Syria 2087 project by Anna Banout from Poland was placed first in product design category , second were placed Anja Lapatsch a Annika Unger from Berlin and third Helena Pateilsová from UJEP.

In fashion design category came first Uta Sienkiewicz with Swoi collection, second was placed  Lenka Vacková from UMPRUM Prague and third place went to Gesine Försterling from Berlin.


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