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Design Week’24 | Theme, dates, events

What’s new at Design Week?

The theme of this year’s Design Week is CHANGE, reflecting the dynamic nature of creativity and the constant striving for improvement. Because today, more than ever, it is important to foster ideas of sustainability, to address the global challenges of an unstable world and everyday life, we encourage you to find positive answers and unique technological solutions to create practical products, to save energy, and to use durable and recyclable materials. 

From 3-9 June, Lithuanian Design Week’24 will invite you to events in seven cities. This year, for the first time, designers from Panevėžys have joined the communities of Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Alytus, Telšiai and Anykščiai. Among the new participants of the festival, there are a few interesting ones. Glasremis glass art studio, led by artist Remigijus Kriukas, will offer workshops and excursions. The new Stasys Eidrigevičius Art Centre will open its doors to the dimension of contemporary art. Chef Evaldas Žaliukas will introduce gastronomic ideas to Panevėžys residents and visitors. The Jurgitėlė Craft Ceramics Studio will organise a workshop “Clay Mysticism: a journey of discovery and change into the inner self”. And Midene, famous for her international ceramics symposium, will set up a showcase in the RYOprekybos centre.

Many showcases of the initiative will also be waiting in Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipėda. Creative workshops will invite Vilnius residents to touch clay in Playwithclay spaces, while Paula Lepšytė, the founder of Paula Objects, will introduce the magic of plaster. A wide variety of events will bring together design lovers to create, discover and explore the latest trends. The Swedish Embassy will host guided tours and a virtual design exhibition. Representatives from Swedish interior and furniture brands will be present. 8 companies will be invited to “Design Dialogues” at the JUNG showroom in Vilnius. Vesida’s showroom Spintų pasaulis (Wardrobe World), Domus Gallery, will host an event for interior designers on “Wardrobe and wardrobe trends and room partitioning solutions”. Jūratė, located next to Vilnius City Hall, Didžioji g. 20 / Savičiaus g. 1, will introduce the unique leather and linen weaving manufactory. BōHEME HOUSE hotel in Kaunas, Muitinės str. 9, will interest you with its combination of design and gastronomy. Holas, an interior design house in the heart of Lithuania, will take you on a journey through the colour spectrum of interiors.

In Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda and Telšiai, the festival’s partner Vilnius Academy of Arts will be presenting a large number of final works at the Graduation Show, which will take place during the Design Week and will run until 14 June. Fashion, textile, interior and graphic design works will give an insight into the ideas of the younger generation.

The Design Week programme is constantly evolving and will be launched on 7 May. Artists, designers and design professionals are invited to participate and register – to join the wave of optimism! Registration for the festival at is open until 1 May.

About Design Week

Design Week is the most important event bringing together the entire Lithuanian design community and the design industry. The festival features presentations by designers and companies working in a wide range of fields, product presentations, tours, exhibitions and many other interesting activities. Every year, the organisers of Design Week include a wide range of design presentations and events for designers, design lovers and newcomers alike.

Design Week is funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture. The main information partner is LRT.

Information:, tel. + 370 606 055 20

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