Thursday June 02 2016

12.00 to 0.00

DMY International Design Festival

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
12.00 to 18.00

Werkraum Viessmann

Head of Brand Design Moritz Rose und Interaktionsdesigner Erik Berndt, Viessmann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

More information at werkraum.viessmann.de

14.30 to 15.00

Open Innovation - a key to success for design companies

Lecture by Lesley Pennington (Founder & CEO Bemz)

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Bemz is a Swedish design company that produces tailor-made covers for IKEA furniture. Bemz runs Bemz Design Award, the first European textile design contest for young designers. OPEN INNOVATION is an essential part of this competition, and critical for design processes of the future. Learn more about Lesley Pennington´s view on OPEN INNOVATION and how it can help you differentiate your business in the market.

Web: bemz.com

15.00 to 16.30

Design Talk with Andreas Tölke

Odyssee 2016 - Think local, act local!

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Given the masses of uprooted people worldwide the question for solutions from the global design community arises to help refugees feel at home and support those that want or have to stay make their lives liveable. This is Andreas Tölke´s topic with

Florian Hoffman, Do School

Wolfram Putz, Graft Architects

Andrea Kolb, ABURY Foundation

Prof. Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Prof. Frans Vogelaar, Hybrid Space Lab Berlin

17.00 to 17.30

The Workplace of the Future

Clemens Vollmer (Senior IT Consultant - JET Services)

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Today’s workplaces are changing. Driven by mobile devices, ubiquitous connectivity, and cloud-based applications new styles of work are establishing, creating new possibilities as well as new risks.
See how HP is driving and embracing those changes by designing new devices and services for the workforce of tomorrow.

19.00 to 19.30

Welcome and DMY-Award Ceremony

Grand Opening

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
19.30 to 19.45

Award Ceremony IKEA Stiftung

Grand Opening

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
20.00 to 0.00

Grand Opening Party

Music by ILMSOA collective

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

The ILMSOA collective is casually born in 2013 as a natural gathering of five individuals with one common interest: music. Like many things in life this association happened by accident and became an enriching journey of parties and musical experiences. The approach to this night is simple: let the music speak for itself with no restrictions. Its sound doesn’t have any particular or fix gender but mainly moves trough the rich fields of house and disco music.

Friday June 03 2016

10.00 to 20.00

DMY International Design Festival

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
11.00 to 18.00

Werkraum Viessmann

Head of Brand Design Moritz Rose und Interaktionsdesigner Erik Berndt, Viessmann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

More information on werkraum.viessmann.de

13.00 to 13.30

Open Talks: Online communities conquer the living market

Andrea Fischer (CEO roomido)

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

The Community Trend has also reached the living market. Internet users with an interest in interior and home design look for authentic furnishing inspirations. Roomido shows living trends and supports users in their search by bringing together community users and design oriented experts. Especially young brands and experts reach out to a broad audience and gain attention with their projects on roomido.

14.00 to 14.30

Open Talks: Griot - activism through design

Oriol Arnedo Casas

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Migration is a human right such as an uncomfortable reality in the West. Griot is an approach into the west african migration heading towards Barcelona (Spain). An investigation that creates new methodologies, using design as a political and cultural force for change.

15.00 to 15.30

Open Talks: Maker Days - A New Way to Innovate

James Mckinnon, Creative Director, Edenspiekermann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

James Mckinnon will talk about Edenspiekermann’s internal Maker Days, where team members exchange and share experiences and expertise, creating freeform projects within the Maker Days framework. James will present projects that benefited from label-less making methods, and show how it directly and indirectly fuels new ideas and projects when collaborating with clients.

16.00 to 16.30

Open Talks: Which social order is implemented in my clothes?

Sebastian Sierra Barra & Max Gilgenmann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Dress codes and social codes are closely interwoven.
Our clothes might have always been part of the communication with our social environments.
By clothes can not just communicate to our environments but also with us, about us and about our environments.

So called Wearables can gather and process endogenous data, conceive relevant data from the environment and they can connect us with the global digital infrastructures.

We want to take two or three looks at the practice of human networking through textiles and ask ourselves which social impacts and codes are emerging from this now.

16.30 to 17.00

Open Talks: EGGX – your wooden friends

FUGOTO // Michal Sotkovsky, Petr Strojny

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

We will present our original product which we have designed and developed in our design workshop called FUGOTO. We will share with you our story and our design approches.

17.00 to 17.15

Open Talks: FOREVER YOUNG – A new walking stick for universal everyday use

Adrian Peach (Lehrbeauftragter @HTW) + 2 or 4 students

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Project by 3. and 5. Semester Students of Industrial Design, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft, Berlin
The purpose of this project was to design a new walking stick for everyday use, incorporating where appropriate the know-how and technologies of products from the medical and sports sectors. The product should therefore combine both ‘lifestyle’ and ‘healthy living’ concepts, and have appeal across different generations.

17.30 to 19.00

Pecha Kucha Special

DMY New Talents

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

PechaKucha Nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts, holiday snaps -- just about anything, really -- in the PechaKucha 20x20 format.

Saturday June 04 2016

10.00 to 20.00

DMY International Design Festival

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
11.00 to 18.00

Werkraum Viessmann

Head of Brand Design Moritz Rose und Interaktionsdesigner Erik Berndt, Viessmann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

More information at werkraum.viessmann.de

12.00 to 15.00

WORKSHOP: Stop Motion Typography Workshop

Assoc. Prof. Baris Atiker

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Stop Motion Typography Workshop is an international workshop previously organized in design festivals such as TypoBerlin 2015, MODE Dublin 2015, BDF Bishkek 2015, MOTYF Warsaw 2015. The workshop is combining interdisciplinary elements such as stop motion and typography to explore both experimental / conceptual typographic forms and animations.

Requirement: Please bring your laptop with Adobe AfterEffects and Premiere CS4 or upper. Registration via email to application@dmyberlin.com required.

12.00 to 13.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

13.00 to 13.30

Open Talks: Designing as in Creating Awareness

Pou-Belle Design // Elze van den Akker

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

An open talk about how design can create awareness about plastic ‘waste’ and become a social event.

13.30 to 14.00

Open Talks: Design for Self-sufficiency

Iván Vidal, Director of the Design School IED Madrid

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

The idea of Self delves into the changes that are taking place in the social, cultural and economic realms. Today everything seems to refer to itself. Technological development and globalization processes accentuate the idea, inserting it into a network. And Design acts as leading agent, articulating new relationships and possibilities for interaction.

14.00 to 15.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

14.00 to 14.30

Open Talks: KITAYAMA - handcrafted leather goods

Hexin Mao, Dan Li

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Working with experienced craftsmen and utilize premium-quality leather, Kitayama bags marry comfort and look, fashion and tradition, uniqueness and versatility. Persistent but abstinent, principled but unsophisticated, superior but interesting: we endow a bag with personality reflecting, we expect, that of its owner.

15.00 to 15.30

Open Talks: ANTHROPOMORPHIC SENSORY AUGMENTATION

Ultraschall-Kommunikation innerhalb des Körpers - Lesley-Ann Daly

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Was wäre, wenn Du deinen Körper hören könntest? Wenn Du intuitiver und in Echtzeit über deinen Gesundheitszustand informiert würdest? Ultraschall-Kommunikation im Körper verstärkt den Hörsinn, gibt Dir die Möglichkeit, verschiedene Implantate zu hören, die Dir sagen, wie´s um Deine Gesundheit bestellt ist.

15.00 to 18.00

WORKSHOP: Wood Workshop: Ulmer Hocker

betahaus

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

During this workshop you will build the famous legendary Ulmer Hocker item by yourself and take the first steps into woodworking. The Hocker is perfect as a stand for your working station, but fits also as a stool, side table, shelf or coffee table back home.

Limited spots! Please register via email to application@dmyberlin.com.

15.30 to 16.00

Open Talks: HOKU - A crowdfunding success story Made in Italy

Roberto Carisi

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

In his dynamic presentation Roberto will bring the audience in a journey to learn what are the pillars of a successful crowdfunding campaign, what are the usual pitfalls and unexpected challenges, and how everyone can launch his own crowdfunding campaign, successfully.

16.00 to 16.30

Open Talks: Personified - Maryam Al-Homaid

Objects With Personalities That Illustrate Applied Empathy As A Mechanism To Document Qatar’s Changing Phenomena.

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

In my research, I speculate that empathy can be used as a powerful tool of communication. I offer possibilities on how this tool might be used to learn a skill, to recall a memory or to show an accomplishment.

16.00 to 17.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

17.00 to 17.30

Open Talks: Hearing the colors, drawing the music.

Aya Kawabata - New Talent

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Aya Kawabata is a graphic designer from Tokyo Japan based in NYC.
She will explain her works, thinking process and studio practice such as textile design, illustration, color, space and music.
More about Aya : www.ayakawabata.com

18.00 to 18.30

WORKSHOP: Touched by Music – wearable surround sound

Prof. Sebastian Feucht, Katja Riley

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Flow is a wearable that translates music into vibrations felt on the body – for those who can’t hear, and everyone else. Electronic textiles and vibration motors make it possible to convey the mood of a song in a tactile way, creating a completely new and intense music experience.

18.00 to 20.00

WORKSHOP: Project Interzone - a design inquiry on mobility for an overpopulated future

Stephanie Lukito + Andrea Burgueño ( in NYC)

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

This workshop explores a process of scenario making in a speculative world, as a way to discover new possibilities for the real world. Join us as we dive deeper into our project, Interzone, an alternative system for mobility in overpopulated cities. Our workshop will happen simultaneously with a team in NYC, connected via video chat for collaboration.

Please register via email to application@dmyberlin.com.

Sunday June 05 2016

10.00 to 13.00

Workshop: Stop Motion Typography Workshop

Assoc. Prof. Baris Atiker

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Stop Motion Typography Workshop is an international workshop previously organized in design festivals such as TypoBerlin 2015, MODE Dublin 2015, BDF Bishkek 2015, MOTYF Warsaw 2015. The workshop is combining interdisciplinary elements such as stop motion and typography to explore both experimental / conceptual typographic forms and animations.

Requirement: Please bring your laptop with Adobe AfterEffects and Premiere CS4 or upper. Registration via email to application@dmyberlin.com required.

10.00 to 18.00

DMY International Design Festival

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin
11.00 to 18.00

Werkraum Viessmann

Head of Brand Design Moritz Rose und Interaktionsdesigner Erik Berndt, Viessmann

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

More information on werkraum.viessmann.de

12.00 to 13.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

12.00 to 13.30

SYMPOSIUM: adaptable cities + mobile architecture

GRÜN.kulturell – Culture meets politics

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Experts from architecture, culture, civil society and politics discuss with the audience: how can new places be created? how can we make optimum use of spaces and how can we save cultural centers? How can we preserve the cities creative potential and development leeway? What are the constructive impulses we need to set for cultural and urban development in times of budget shortages, limited urban space and limited resources?

Guests are:
Christine Edmaier/Präsidentin Architektenkammer Berlin, Tilly Hensellek/RaumEvent, Lisa Paus/MdB, Bündnis 90/GRÜNE, Sprecherin für Steuerpolitik, Verterterin Ärzte ohne Grenzen, Hubert Eckart/Geschäftsführer Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V. (DTHG), Notker Schweikhardt/MdA, Bündnis 90/GRÜNE Sprecher für Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft, Host: Uta Belkius/GRÜN.kulturell

13.00 to 14.30

WORKSHOP: Ceramic Reshapes

Elizaveta Barsegova (founder and creative director at brsg Keramik)

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

In the current workshop you will learn tips and tricks about creating irregular shapes with clay. It will be all about hand-building. We will start with a 40 min lecture introducing you to the basic DOs and DONTs of ceramics. Than we will get right into practice – each participant will get a chance to create his/her own little vase.

Limited spots available. Please register via email to application@dmyberlin.com.

14.00 to 15.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

14.30 to 16.00

Connecting the Analog and Digital World

by Professor Hannes Nehls, Robert Schnüll, Frederik Ueberschär

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

The objective of the workshop is to build a simple connection between a website and a lightbulb, that enables the user to manipulate it in any way.The method of “physical computing” is used in this process to quickly transfer the concept back into the physical world.

Please bring your laptop! Registration via email to application@dmyberlin.com required.

16.00 to 17.00

Workshop: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Diy-Workshop For Kids From 5 To 12 Years

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For the first time at DMY International Design Festival Berlin there will be an one-hour DIY workshop for kids from 5 to 12 years of age. Under the motto “reuse, reduce, recycle” the young participants can design head dresses while the parents have some time to enjoy the design exhibition.

The workshop is an offer from afilii - design for kids and kleine baumeister - Initiative zur Förderung von Architektur und Baukultur bei Kindern.

Since there is a limited capacity, we kindly ask you to register in advance - open spots may be given away on site.
Registration: kontakt@afilii.de (incl. desired Date + Time)
Participation fee: 5 EURO

16.30 to 17.00

WORKSHOP: Touched by Music – wearable surround sound

Prof. Sebastian Feucht, Katja Riley

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

Flow is a wearable that translates music into vibrations felt on the body – for those who can’t hear, and everyone else. Electronic textiles and vibration motors make it possible to convey the mood of a song in a tactile way, creating a completely new and intense music experience.

17.00 to 17.30

Open Talks: Fluidity Formation

Wu KaI Xun

Kraftwerk Berlin, Koepenicker Strasse 70, 10179 Berlin

For ages, architects, artists and sculptors used concrete, plaster, bronze, glass and other fluid materials to create space by traditional method of casting. Fluidity Formation is aiming to change the way of space creation, moreover, to liberate fluid material in the process of forming space.

Program Presented by

ENTRANCE FEES 2016

Special Ticket

valid June 2 from 6pm

Grand Opening 10,-€

Day Tickets

valid June 2, 3, 4 or 5.

Regular 12,-€
Reduced** 8,-€
(students, retirees, unemployed)
Pupil** 5,-€
Family ticket 22,-€
(2 adults + 2 children)
School Class* 100,-€
(up to 30 pupils + 2 teachers)
valid June 3

Tickets are available online or at the entrance.
*Application required under office@dmyberlin.com
**Verification on admission required

Opening Times

Thursday, June 2 12 noon – 12 Midnight
from 6pm Grand Opening Night (DMY-Award & Party)

Friday, June 3 10am – 8pm
Saturday, June 4 10am – 8pm
Sunday, June 5 10am – 6pm

Location

Kraftwerk Mitte, Berlin
Köpenicker Straße 70, 10179 Berlin
U-Bhf Heinrich-Heine-Straße / S-/U-Bhf Jannowitzbrücke