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  • 14 September 2015

    Works by twenty Polish designers will be displayed at different venues in the capital of Belgium until the end of September. The exhibition is part of the 10th Brussels Design September festival, held in cooperation with the Polish Institute in Brussels.

    Brussels Design September encompasses more than 100 events, with design as their underlying theme. Each year several thousand visitors come to Brussels to see numerous exhibitions,  visit design studios, and attend workshops and conferences that run throughout the month.


    Open to the public 24 hours a day, the Magic Box – Polish Design exhibition is an extraordinary follow-up to the presentation of Polish design which took place last year. The works will be shown in eight backlit glass showcases. Green projects dedicated to the youngest audience will be on view in several places: Rue Antoine Dansaert; the Place Sainte Catherine, which is famous for promoting Belgian fashion and design;  the Place Eugène Flagey; and Solidarność 1980 Esplanade, which is near the European Parliament. The exhibition was inaugurated on 10 September by Artur Harazim, Poland’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium.


    Featuring fresh design ideas from Polish regions, the event has been organized by: D44 Architecture, Brussels offices of the Lodz, Lublin, and West-Pomerania provinces, Polish National Tourist Office in Belgium, Wroclaw European Capital of Culture 2016, and Polish Institute in Brussels. The display will be also open during the 13th European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels.


    For more information about the event, visit the website of the Polish Institute in Brussels and


    MFA Press Office


    Photo by © Agnieszka Gansiniec

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    Photo by © Agnieszka Gansiniec
    Affiche - Krzysztof Iwański

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