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DMY: “Back to the Future” & New Talent Competition

The International Design Festival Berlin is Germany’s most important non­‐subsidised events entirely dedicated to product design. Every year, national and international designers present their latest products, prototypes, installations and projects. Focuses on product and interior design, DMY –...
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The International Design Festival Berlin is Germany’s most important non­‐subsidised events entirely dedicated to product design. Every year, national and international designers present their latest products, prototypes, installations and projects. Focuses on product and interior design, DMY – 11 to 14 June 2015 – seeks to connect companies, young talented designers, press and the public at larger. Working with a ‘Back to the Future’ theme, the 13th edition of DMY with introducing new categories, an exciting competition, more content and a preview for professionals. last but not least, DMY is leaving its Tempelhof Airport premises for the Kraftwerk Berlin. The fair has the honor to announce that the New Talent Competition has now been extended to 1 April 2015. Leading up to the June event, an international jury will select 25 of the best submissions, which will then be shown during DMY. As a reminder, participants are required to either be a student, having finished their academic training within the last three years or not exceed the age of 30.

Here is a trailer for the new edition with scenes from the 2013 and 2014 editions:

The International Design Festival Berlin 2015 (DMY) will take place this year from 11 to 14 June 2015 at Kraftwerk Berlin in Berlin’s district Mitte.
For the New Talent Competition, participants should go to the website to submit their work before 1 April 2015.

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