The main events draw you in and show you the future of design. The main HDW venue, the Old Customs Warehouse, presents a variety of interesting design themes, such as 3D printing and the kitchen of the next generation. A myriad of other exhibitions introduce you to new worlds of design.
Seminars and workshops invite you to learn and to act towards a design future. Besides the main HDW Seminar – Dreaming and Doing, visit hands-on workshops and bring home your own creations. Even children are welcome to many events – besides the Children’s Weekend, which offers a full programme for children of any age.
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