Hamburg Design Talks
One evening, one topic, two lectures, two perspectives. Once a month, we invite two speakers to give the audience insights into current issues from a wide range of design disciplines on topics relevant to design. What do designers and design researchers deal with in their theoretical or practical work and what are the topics of the future that currently surround us?
Whether in the context of materials, products or social processes: The variety of design disciplines and issues is large and constantly changing. That's why, with the Hamburg Design Talk, we give all interested parties the opportunity once a month to get to know new perspectives in design and to be inspired by other projects. Guests at Hamburg Design Talk #1 were Ole Groenwoldt and Prof. Dr. Bitten Stetter on the topic of Spatial Design. In Hamburg Design Talk #2 we discussed XR and design together with nextReality Hamburg.
You missed a Hamburg Design Talk? You can watch the talks again in our magazine.
Ole Grönwoldt on Spatial Design
How we learned to think spaces anew in the Corona pandemic thanks to design.
Gestalten mit System
Henning Skibbe und Dr. Martin Lorenz erklären, wie mit den richtigen Gestaltungsprinzipien erfolgreiches Entwerfen für Marken und Nutzer*innen gelingt.
Wildcards: Design as seismograph
Prof. Bitten Stetter from the ZHDK explains how design navigates us through the unpredictable future.
XR Design: The World of Tomorrow
Together with next.Reality Hamburg, we asked experts how XR will change culture, medicine and e-commerce.
Probleme finden und Fragen stellen: Das Potenzial von spekulativem Design
Wie Design als Prozess für Debatten und Diskussion helfen kann, die Gegenwart und Zukunft zu verstehen, erklären Karel Golta und Anke Haarmann.
Silver Stripe Award
For the second year in a row, we are honouring forward-looking visions by Hamburg designers who deal with the big questions of our time with the Silberstreifen Award. →
20 aus 21
From the lecture hall to the winners' podium: We honour the 20 best final projects by design students from Hamburg. →