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Anna Eyjólfsdóttir, visual artist and collector will be guided along with Þóra Sigurbjörnsdóttir, Museum of Design, Museum of Design, on Sunday 13 October at. 13-14.

Anna Eyjólfsdóttir, an artist, began collecting pottery by Icelandic artists in 1979. In 2017, the museum consisted of almost 2000 artifacts, spanning the period from 1932 to the present day. This is the largest single ceramic collection in the country. The Icelandic Design Museum acquired it with a grant from the Blue Lagoon.

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Cities are perhaps humankind's greatest creation. Those of you who have attended guided tours or lectures by Paolo Gianfrancesco the designer of Urban Shape will know that this will be spectacular.

The lecture will be in English sunday the 6th of October at 13:00.

Entrance fee to the museum applies.

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To Build a city - family workshop on Sunday the 22th of September at 13.
The aim of the workshop is to give an insight into architecture and urban planning in a playful manner through a game that is set up as an over sized board game. The workshop suits curious people of all ages.

Kristján Örn Kjartansson founder of Krads Architects and Lóa Hjálmtýsdóttir ,illustrator and musician will lead the workshop.

Free admission

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Signý Þórhallsdóttir has stayed in the Design Museum of Iceland in recent months with a studio where she has been developing and manufacturing silk and wool products for her brand Morra. Now the studio stay is coming to an end and we intend to go to Signya and thank her for a very good time together. Therefore, the harvest season will be held on Friday, September 20 at. 17:30 at the Design Museum.

In addition to the silk veils, wonderful woolen veils and savings coats have now been added, with the Icelandic flora still playing the main role. You are warmly welcomed.

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To Build a city - family workshop. The aim of the workshop is to give an insight into architecture and urban planning in a playful manner through a game that is set up as an over sized board game. The workshop suits curious people of all ages. Kristján Örn Kjartansson founder of Kards Architects and Lóa Hjálmtýsdóttir, illustrator and musician will lead the workshop. Free admission.

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At the popup market Eyglo will introduce her autumn and winter collection for 2019. Eygló has designed under her own name since she graduated from Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2005. She ran the coop shop Kiosk with other Icelandic fashion designers from 2010-2019. Eygló is know for well made classic clothes with a twist where good humor is never far away. This year Christianity is the inspiration. Eyglo was awarded Fashion Design of the Year 2016 from Grapevine and The Iceland Design Centre.

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Friday the 6th of September from 17.30 – 19.00

After a guided tour with Paolo Gianfrancesco of the exhibition Urban Shape, with a special emphasis on Warsawa, what could be more appropriate than some Polish street food.
The food enthusiast Pola Sutryk comes from Warsawa. She has recently moved to Iceland and will tell us her story of Warsawa through streetfood, drinks and a desert with an ambiguous name, designed after the war as a symbol of resurrecting the capital.

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Denver dýfa is part of a series of events and lectures the museum hosts in connection with the exhibition Urban Landscape. During the show, six selected cities are made head-to-head with adventurous events. There, citizens of Reykjavik of foreign origin share their stories and discuss the city of their country of origin through food, music and more. This spring we traveled to Rome through the taste buds and to Belgrade with a Serbian music party. Now is a meditation trip to Denver, Colorado,

DENVER DÝFA

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MORRA
The fashion designer Signý Þórhalldóttir comes up with a work space in the Icelandic Design Museum's collection store and will continue to develop her product line MORRA. The moving in party will be held on 17 June. Check. 14. June 17, the festival celebration of Gardabaer will be held in Gardatorg and therefore life and animation in the square. The Design Museum is free of charge and therefore ideal to check out.

Today, MORRA consists of silk scarves and frescoes on paper, where the Icelandic flora plays a leading role, and now new products will be added this summer.

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Registration of a ceramic library
OPENING on Saturday 25 May at. 15:00.

Anna Eyjólfsdóttir visual artist began collecting ceramics by Icelandic artists in 1979. In 2017, the museum consisted of almost 2000 artifacts, which span the period from 1932 to the present. This is the country's largest single ceramic museum. The Icelandic Design Museum acquired it with support from the Blue Lagoon.

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