Organisation / Curators :
Spi, Wallonie Design and Job’in Design, Liege (BE)
Twodesigners (BE)


A selection of products/services from different sectors (product, packaging, textile, digital & corporate) designed in Wallonia. Presented at Design Station Wallonia, this brand new centre is entirely dedicated to design and related economy in the Walloon Region of Belgium.

You can find the catalog of this exhibition here


ABV, Agiva, Aquanath, Ardennes Toys, Arthos, Babyliss, Brasserie des Légendes, Carré Noir, Chacon, Delta Diffusion, Do Eat, Emerance Jamagne, Epic Web Agency, Escavèche du Clos Normand, Eternum, Exki, Flying-Cam, Frédéric Richard, Hind Rabii Designers, Hurbz, Kaspar Hamacher, Limited Edition, Linadura, Lithoss, Mahusaca, Mathy by Bols, NMC, No More Twist, Noukie’s, O’Sun System, Polymar, Quentin de Coster, Stûv, STX-Med, Vermeire, ZenTech…


Design Station Wallonia
Rue Paradis, 78
4000 Liege

1 October – 1 November 2015
Monday > Sunday, 10 - 6pm


Organisation / Curators:
Kolloquium Nordrhein Westfalen (DE) and Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts d’Anvers (BE)


This exhibition draws its content from the 2014 Steel Prize competition organised by the German Kolloquium Nordrhein Westfalen and the Jewellery Design, Gold & Silversmith department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Showcasing 22 students’ work, who impressed with refreshing and pioneering ways of handling steel, it also features the contributions of 27 German and Belgian designers and artists.


Josefine Mass, Elya Tettelin, Mara Gabriela Grigoriu, Annika Wirken, Sawa Aso, Sophie Baumgärtner, Veronika Blazickova, Velislava Bozhinova, Hilde De Decker, Kaat De Groef, Martina Dempf, Laura Derouf, Eline De Winter, Camille El-Achkar, Nedda El-Asmar, Beate Eismann, Silke Fleischer, Emmanuel Gardin, Caroline Geerardyn, Luise Herb, Herman Hermsen, Patrick Hoet, Elisabeth Holder, David Huycke, Dabin Lee, Shu Liang, Yijun Liu, Orsolya Losonczy, Xavier Lust, Elitsa Macheva, Friederike Maltz, Shahrzad Motallebi, Paul Müller, Jorge Manilla Navarrete, Renato Nicolodi, Nina Pouillon, Veronika Schmalz, Gisbert Stach, Lucile Soufflet, Dimitar Stankov, Tom Stöckl, Camiel Van Breedam, Antoine Van Loocke, Koen Vanmechelen, Louisa Vannevel, Vincent Verstrepen, Daniel Von Weinberger, Fan Wang, Andrea Wippermann.


Musée Le Grand Curtius
Féronstrée, 118
4000 Liege

1 October – 1 November 2015
Monday > Sunday, 10am - 6pm. Closed on Tuesday
Opening: 8 October 6pm


Design Vlaanderen, Brussels – ResourceLab, Turnhout (BE)
Commissaire & scenography:
Pieter Boons – HEIMAT, Antwerp (BE)


Launched last September in the Design Flanders gallery, MÖBEL is a furniture collection designed by recognised designers (Studio Makkink & Bey, Maarten De Ceulaer, Jij’s and Kaspar Hamacher, a.o.), and made by those working in the social economy.
The label ResourceLab started in spring 2011. This recycling atelier is the production site of the non-profit association WEB, which produces new products by completely reworking unsaleable objects from its chain of second-hand shops, known as the Kringwinkelcentrum.
Situated in Turnhout, ResourceLab also carries out bespoke work that allows WEB to offer sustainable jobs to vulnerable people.


ESA Saint-Luc Liège
Salle Capitulaire
Boulevard de la Constitution, 41
4020 Liège

1 October – 1 November 2015
Monday > Friday, 1.30 - 5.30pm
Saturday-Sunday, 12am - 5.30pm
Opening: 9 October at 6.30pm
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Organisation / Curator:
MAD Brussels – Mode & Design Centre
MAD In Situ, Brussels – Olivier Gilson (BE)


MAD in Situ is the lab for social innovation and social design of MAD Brussels.
As part of the Environment-Employment Alliance – food, Brussels Environment & MAD Brussels are the initiators of an inter-student competition including ENSAV La Cambre (industrial design), Erg (graphic design), and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels (Food design master). One of the missions of the contest was to reward the most promising project in sustainable food in Brussels. The jury selected as the winner Ecco Freddo: a family of modular objects serving as support for a new approach to food preservation without using the refrigerator and energy consumption. The presentation of the prototype is accompanied by a series of workshops around preservation methods and food preparation.


Team of designers: ARBA ESA – Royal Academy of Fine Arts Brussels: Maria Ghetti, Anna Cellamare and Hadrian Cathelineau / Erg, Brussels: Hugo Fabri and Joé Weissen / ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels: Alexandre Chotteau.

Project development and prototype implementation and production: MAD in Situ and the designer Pierre Emmanuel Vandeputte


MAD Brussels (BE)
Brussels Environment (BE)


MAD In Situ
Presentation of tools to fight against waste and for sustainable preservation, along with associated workshop

RECIPROCITY meeting point

Place Saint Etienne
4000 Liege

1 October – 1 November 2015
Tuesday > Sunday, 10am - 6pm.

17/10, 10h30 - 12h - RECIPROCITY meeting point - MAD IN SITU - workshop for children (8/12 years) Ecco Freddo


Organisation / Curator:
Design Innovation, Charleroi / Mons (BE)


A co-design workshop/exhibition to rethink meals (food and packaging) and the way distribution systems are organised in the framework of a social service (as a school canteen or a rest house).
At the end of the workshop, a festive degustation will be offered to visitors and guests.


Rue Albert De Cuyck, 6
4000 Liege

10 October 2015, 9am - 9pm