Accompanying exhibitions are one of the crucial elements of Łódź Design festival. They are presented in numerous galleries, museums, culture institutions and other places around the city. Thanks to the engagement and cooperation of festival partners, Łódź is going to become the capital of Polish design again.

must have
Interior Energy. Scandinavian Style
Overdesigned?, STGU
Modus Vivendi, Monika Jaworska
Silesian Icon 2010, Zamek Cieszyn
Childishness – Polish design for children
NgispeN, Gispen
50 years of Rosenthal Studio-Line, 50 years of design, Rosenthal
Enter Me – Spiritual Design, Karolina Hałatek
Fresh Light of Corian®, DuPont
Creactive Meetings!, Kinnarps
PININFARINA unknown – ORBITAL and other masterpieces of design
Simple Past, Bryla.pl, Domosfera.pl
From sketches in Stockholm to textiles for homes, Ikea
Architects Welcome!
Qi & Dancing Fabric, Maciej Strumiłło
MSES KOŁO by Janusz Kaniewski
Design Auction
Stuccowork of CHANGES
%, moomoo architects
Designed by Jurczyk Design
22nd Strzemiński Competition – Design 2011
Image
Fashion Flash. Fashion in Elle Lens, Elle
Authentic Colour, Cassina
PechaKucha Night Łódź – Review
Polish Stamp Design_Poczta Polska S.A.
Combinations, Interprint
My Space, Albino Celato, Enrico Benetta
IKEA My Way, IKEA
ExCHANGE, ejtu
LDZ Boy, Picture Delete Crew

Open Programme
This year, for the first time, we have announced an open call for the accompanying exhibitions programme, as a response to the growing interest of designers in the festival. We will see 10 exhibitions selected out of 70 entries for the Open Programme.

Glass Vegetable Stand, Anna Gawłowska / Human Space/Change, Gosia Golińska, Remigiusz Biernacki / Custom bikes, Kanciapa KuztomKreationz / …And this room will be empty, Agnieszka Lasota / There used to be a cinema here / Contemporary Polish interior photography / In turns / Design Faction / An exhibition from the Department of Jewellery, Strzemiński Academy of Art in Łódź / Young Polish Design – Selected Objects