Tomorrow it starts: Helsinki Design Week 2018!

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We've just got word from Helsinki Design Week tomorrow starts one the most exciting week for design lovers in Helsinki!

"See the entire programme here.

Are you looking for something for the whole family to do or are you crazy about interior design? Are you particularly interested in architecture or making daily life more ecological? Read our tips for the families and those interested in interior design, architecture or living ecologically.

We just released more tickets to our sold out PechaKucha Night! Be quick and get yours here.

Helsinki Design Weekly is present in the festival, too: This year Keskuskatu will host the Helsinki Design Weekly meeting point and info desk, providing daily themed programme and tips for experiencing the festival and the city. See Weekly's programme at the Festival here.

You can participate in Helsinki Design Week 2018 through streaming! On our website, you can watch live streaming from Data-Driven Design Day, Architecture Day, the WorkUp! x HDW seminar and the Nordic Match event.

How will you get to the Helsinki Design Week events? Take a picture and tag @whimhq and #hdw2018. Participants may win the Whim Urban package for a month!

Follow us in social media using hashtags #hdw2018 and #helsinkidesignweek. You’ll find Helsinki Design Week on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Our main events are also on Facebook, and we’re sharing topical information there.

The entire Helsinki Design Week team wishes everyone a memorable festival!"

 

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