On 7-11 September, the Hungarian Maform Design Studio took part with an interactive exhibition at the Helsinki Design Week in Finland. The venue for the exhibition was the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Helsinki.
Year after year, Helsinki Design Week presents the new faces and phenomena of design, promotes design internationally in collaboration with various partners, and offers citizens a forum to participate in developing and discussing the city and its culture. The festival programme contains around 250 events every year and includes events targeted to both professionals and the general public. This year’s festival was held on 3-13 September at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium.
The Hungarian program presented various designs of the Maform Design Studio. Due to the special circumstances imposed by the pandemic, the designers of the studio joined the event online and introduced their products and customer expectations, touching upon the issues of the design process.
The physical installation of their designs was set up in the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Helsinki. The exhibition showcased various medical devices designs and, as part of the exhibition, visitors could get acquainted with the work of composer Béla Bartók through an interactive wall.