Belgium exhibits design for the younger
November 4th, 2007
Audiences can indulge their inner child at the colourful and creative ‘Young Design’ exhibition currently showing at the Design Flanders Gallery in Brussels.
A buoyant, lively exhibition, ‘Young Design’ is currently showcasing designer products specifically designed for the 0 to 21-year-old age group.
From cradles to backpacks, shoes to school books, baby chairs to sports items, every imaginable – and some unimaginable – products are on display.
Public areas such as playgrounds, children’s restaurants and zoos also play an integral part in the exhibition.
‘Young Design’ runs until 10 November 2007.
Design Flanders Gallery
Image caption: Stapelaar, stackable chair and table by Giovanni Bauwens.
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