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cologne 2014

14th Oct 2007

at Athens

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Poland’s buzzing capital city is this year’s host of the European Design Festival. Helping curate its schedule are two of the most established local design players: the Element Talks conference and the Polish Graphic Design Awards. An amazing schedule of events is therefore, 100% guaranteed! It includes exhibitions, film shows, parties, lectures, workshops, networking sessions, studio walks and much, much more.

Ceremony and Party

Award Evening

Date & timeSaturday, May 24th at 20:00. TicketsAre available via the ED web shop. All ED-Awards ceremony tickets will also be valid for the Winner’s party. (More info coming soon!) The VenueThe ED Awards 2014 ceremony will take place at the Comedia Theater. The Comedia Theater is housed in an

Travel Information

Things to do in Cologne

Cologne Cathedral/Der Kölner DomThe Hohe Domkirche St. Petrus, (High Cathedral of St. Peter) is a Roman Catholic church in Cologne, Germany. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Cologne and the administration of the Archdiocese of Cologne. It is a renowned monument of German Catholicism and Gothic architecture and is a World Heritage Site. It is Germany’s most visited landmark, attracting an average of

Flying to Cologne

Köln Bonn Airport is connected to more than 130 domestic and international destinations. The airport is centrally located in the Cologne/Bonn Region 14.8 km (9.2 mi) southeast of Cologne city centre. It is the seventh largest passenger airport in Germany and second largest in terms of cargo operations. It is one of the country’s few 24-hour airports and

Getting to Cologne by train

Cologne’s main station is one of Europe’s most important railway hubs. You can travel to Cologne quickly and comfortably from major cities in Germany and other European countries: Every day, more than 1,300 trains run between Cologne and destinations throughout Germany and abroad. Highlights of the service include the international


Pullman Cologne*****

This stylish, elegant five star hotel in the centre of town is only a few minutes from Cologne Cathedral, the Rhine and the old historic district. The Pullman Cologne has 265 Superior and Deluxe rooms and 10 Suites, and a wide selection of organic food in the GeorgeM restaurant. It

art’otel cologne****

art’otel cologne is a contemporary hotel that fuses exceptional architectural style with art-inspired interiors. The hotel displays a collection of original works consisting of paintings, sculptures and photographs designed by Korean-artist SEO specifically for the hotel. The art’otel is located in the city’s most stylish location the harbour of cologne,


Anti (Endre Berentzen)

Co-founder & Creative Director Endre Berentzen (1975) is a founding partner and creative director at ANTI – an internationally award winning norwegian design and communications agency with a global client base. Berentzen – originally set on becoming an Architect took a turn to visual communication in the late nineties. Although,

Silo (René Toneman and Dennis Flinterman) Rene Toneman (1973) is partner and creative director at SILO. Rene started his career in 1996 as a graphic designer at the critically acclaimed Studio Dumbar. He developed in the field of corporate identity programs for large Dutch and international organisations and enterprises including Schiphol Airport, Shell, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, the

R2 (Lizá Ramalho and Artur Rebelo) Lizá Ramalho and Artur Rebelo have degrees in Communication Design from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Oporto and a Master’s degree in Design Research from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona. Lizá was granted a scholarship from the Foundation for Science

Mutabor (Heinrich Paravicini)

Mutabor Design Heinrich Paravicini, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Heinrich Paravicini was born in 1971 and grew up in Paris. He completed his secondary education in Germany and shortly afterwards began a graphic design course at Muthesius Academy of Design and Fine Arts in Kiel. There he founded the magazine Mutabor

Design by Atlas (Astrid Stavro)

Design by Astrid Stavro, Co-founder Astrid Stavro graduated with Distinction from both Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and The Royal College of Art in London, before relocating to Barcelona where she founded the award winning Astrid Stavro Studio. She has an international reputation for strongly rooted