ERA 05: EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS MARCH 31. ACT NOW AND SAVE UP TO 100 EUROS.

15 March 2005
Copenhagen (Denmark) - A unique and engaging program has been developed to help place the Nordic experience in a global context, while addressing the challenges designers face.
Copenhagen (Denmark) - A unique and engaging program has been developed to help place the Nordic experience in a global context, while addressing the challenges designers face.

Vital and intelligent dialogue will supplement presentations from over 70 international speakers and be an integral part in defining what role design plays in the new era where populations move, demographics are ever-changing and there is a tendency towards multicultural societies.

Era 05 intends to provide specific insight into developments in communication design, industrial design, interior design and architecture. Sessions designated to the specific design disciplines will allow design professionals to share their knowledge with and gain perspective from people with very diverse backgrounds.

The third day is intended to allow individuals to form his or her own experience. Delegates will have the opportunity to choose from among several sessions, including student workshops, managerial symposia, sessions that focus on patenting and trademarks, local or regional developments from around the world and advances in research.

We look forward to welcoming you when Era 05: World Design Congress convenes in Copenhagen, Denmark 26 28 September.
Presentation proposals can be submitted electronically through 31 March.
Registration is now open and limited to the first 900 comers.

Learn more of the program at www.era05.com.



For further information please contact:

Marc Lefkowitz
World Design Congress
c/o Danish Design Center
H C Andersens Boulevard 27
1553 Copenhagen V
Denmark
T: +45 33 69 33 22
F: +45 33 69 33 00
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Era 05 organizers: "We believe that success in a changing environment includes focus on design and requires greater designer initiative. Era 05: World Design Congress shall through a series of events in Copenhagen in Denmark, Oslo in Norway, Gothenburg in Sweden and Helsinki in Finland advocate a cross-functional approach to addressing social and commercial issues. The Danish congress, expected to attract over 900 delegates and over 70 speakers from around the world, is arranged by the Danish Design Center, Danish Designers and the Academic Union of Architects in association with the three international membership organizations, Icograda, Icsid and IFI."