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Green Good Design® Show 2021

Green Good Design® Show 2021

The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design announce the Green Good Design Show featuring the winning projects from Green GOOD DESIGN 2021.

For 2021, hundreds of product designs, graphics, architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning projects, together with visionary leaders from 28 nations were awarded GREEN GOOD DESIGN.

The exhibition features the best of GREEN GOOD DESIGN awarded products, buildings, graphics, governmental projects; designers and manufacturers whose works have been awarded not only for their excellence but most of all for their sustainable, innovative designs.

"This program," states Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, Museum President/CEO, The Chicago Athenaeum, “dramatically indicates that the Green Movement is in full momentum worldwide—from London to Beijing to México City. Architects and designers are quickly developing more and more interesting solutions to meet a more sustainable future."

The City of Hamburg was also named by the Organizations as the "Green City 2021" and will also be featured in the upcoming show, along with the work of Archibiotect Vincent Callebaut (Vincent Callebaut Architectures), who was given the title "Green Practitioner 2021."

The opening date for the
Green Good Design Show is Friday, May 14th 2021 at THE EUROPEAN CENTRE ATHENS (74 Mitropoleos Street, Athens). The exhibition continues until Tuesday, June 15th 2021, and will be hosted according to the Official Regulations for COVID-19 announced by the Hellenic Ministry of Health.

The Green GOOD DESIGN winners are featured in an upcoming book entitled Green GOOD DESIGN 2021, which is published by Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd.

Copies of the book can be ordered through metropolitanartspress.com or The European Centre in Athens, Greece.

INFO
Green Good Design SHOW
Duration: 14 May-15 June,2021
Opening: Friday, 14 May, 2021

Days &
hours: 12:00 until 19:00 p.m.
Free entrance to the public

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