Children’s Design Week
The new Children’s Design Week provides children with a creative program and promotes design education and the knowledge of the built environment. Events will take place during Helsinki Design Week from 6 to 16 September 2018.
The main event venues for the Children’s Design Week are the Helsinki City Museum, the City Hall and Kattilahalli in Suvilahti. In addition, there is plenty to do around Helsinki as the children’s program is organized around the city, together with children’s event organizers.
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Children’s Design Week in September
Children’s Design Week at Helsinki City Museum and at the City Hall
The Children’s Design Week takes over the Helsinki City Museum where is plenty to do for the family’s little ones for a whole week. Children can experience design and architecture in different workshops.
The City Hall, children reflect on how urban people promote different lifestyles in urban communities. Through phenomenal learning, we also get into the history of school meals and especially the future.
Children’s weekend in Kattilahalli in Suvilahti
The high point of HDW Children’s Design Week is the Children’s Weekend family event organized at Kattilahalli in Suvilahti on 15 and 16 September.
During the weekend, Kattilahalli turns into a Magic Forest created by illustrator Leena Kisonen, which allows adventures in various workshops with different animals.
Little Market in Kattilahalli in Suvilahti
In addition to workshops, Finnish and international kids’ clothing brands have their collections on sale at the Little Market.
The Little Market sales event is organized for the fifth time as part of the Children’s Weekend. In this event, Finnish and international kids’ clothing brands sell their new autumn collections. VIMMA’s new #bebrave prints will be available to see and buy for the first time at the Little Market.
Learn about all of the vendors here.
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