Italian Workshop Design: a true dream come true

Italian Workshop Design

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Design workshops can be a great way for aspiring designers to hone their skills and learn about the industry. They’re also a great way to meet other people in your field, which is always nice.
One of the biggest advantages of design workshops is that they allow you to get your work out there without having to worry about building an audience. This is especially important if you’re just starting out. You don’t want to spend years building your brand before you’ve even built anything!

Participants


First of all, it is important to note that the workshop is aimed at young designers (18-29 years) with an interest in the fields of design. So if you are between these ages and are curious about a career in design, this is your chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at a fashion company. This workshop is meant to encourage international collaboration and exchange of ideas.

Workshop's objectives


The design workshop, as already mentioned, is aimed at discovering what happens when different people from different cultural backgrounds and creative disciplines come together to create and design. And the more diverse the group of participants is, the more interesting it will be. As creativity is stimulated by the blending of different cultures, different points of view, different ways of design and thinking, and different ways of living and culture. It is all designed to discover something new and original, and then bring it to life together.

Why design in Italy?


Italy is a country known worldwide for its art and creativity. Design is a concept that is deeply rooted in Italian culture and is ever-evolving. A visit to Due Torri, a fashion company in the center of Parma, will give visitors a glimpse into the world of fashion, design, and manufacturing. Visitors will get to see the design studio and sample room, take a tour of the entire facility, and even meet with members of the design and manufacturing teams to discuss the process behind bringing a product to life. Due Torri is also a great place to host an Italian design workshop. The facility is large enough to hold a workshop of this size, but it is also small enough to feel like a family. This will allow the young designers to feel comfortable while they are learning and exploring their creative sides.

Costs


The cost for participation in this workshop is $750, plus travel and hotel accommodations. Participants are responsible for their flight tickets and visa fees, if applicable. If you’re eager to apply, get started now!