All posts by: redazione orlando

Eyes On the Netherlands

From May 14th to 30th, Graphic Days® will launch an international event in collaboration with Graphic Matters and The Embassy and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Italy to present the best Dutch and European visual design projects. This year, in addition to the annual festival, the organization is launching an […]

Torino Design of the City 2020

From October 1 to 29, a new edition of Torino Design of the City will  be held, despite this uncertain times, with enthusiasm and  determination, with in presence and online appointments. Once again, the programme includes the events of the institutions  working on Design, members of the Design Advisory Board, from  Graphic Days, which inaugurates the event with Transitions, […]

The power of design

The UNESCO Creative Cities of Design network, which unites 40 cities around the globe, is organizing an open virtual discussion on “The power of design in response to the global crisis and rebooting the world”. In a discussion broadcasted from Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022 office, on July 14th, cities will share current […]

Crisis Response Case Studies

As UNESCO Crative Cities of Design, we create a database of new projects happening in our cities in response to COVID-19 that support design innovation and industry or leverage design to support other sectors of the economy/community. You can see the responses here. (source:


Best Practices in Torino: what design makes in outbreak times. Here a partial collection of best practices from Torino design offering solutions, sharing knowledge, and giving support. This page is updated daily. Send us your reports to P.S. we’d like to thank  Gonzalo Suárez Lovelle for translating.

Graphic Days® Torino is on Google Arts & Culture

The 2019th edition of Graphic Days® can be explored online on Google Arts & Culture. Over 900 artworks, installations, performances, and private collections displayed during the last edition of the festival are now accessible for free by everyone. It’s the first visual design festival to be featured on Google Arts & Culture among international museums […]

Design today

Designers have always been at the forefront of addressing the needs of the world, responding to an existing situation and defining a solution that benefits society. Designers are needed now more than ever. Whether by creating useful products, enhancing experiences, or improving service delivery, designers are trained to bring a human-centered approach to solutions that […]

Everyone protects everyone else

  A group of technical and scientific experts from several universities ―located in Piedmont and in other parts of the national territory― and research centers coordinated by the Polytechnic University of Turin has established in this manner a series of guidelines, gathered in the published and constantly updated report “Open Enterprises, Protected Workers”, that will […]

The World Wide Things Collection

The World Wide Things Collection collects great design from the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, connects great designers, products, manufacturers and distributors, and develops a great marketplace for the UNESCO Cities of Design. The Project The World Wide Things Collection is a worldwide marketplace for carefully selected design products.  

UNESCO supports culture and heritage during COVID-19 shutdown

UNESCO is launching initiatives to support cultural industries and cultural heritage as billions of people around the world turn to culture for comfort and to overcome social isolation during the COVID-19 sanitary crisis, which is hitting the culture sector hard. UNESCO is also launching an online exhibition of dozens of heritage properties across the globe with technical […]