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Take risks, solve problems. The Dyson design process.

01.10.2010 to 23.01.2011

Take risks, solve problems. The Dyson design process.

FASHION & DESIGN


James Dyson - Sturm gegen den Stillstand James Dyson - Sturm gegen den Stillstand

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sun, 23.01.2011
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Take risks, solve problems. The Dyson design process.

Duration: Oct 1 to Dec 22 2010 and Jan 12 to Jan 23 2011, Wed-Fri 10:00 to 18:00pm, Sat, Sun 11:00 to 18:00
Venue: Vienna designforum, quartier21/MQ

As well as winning many design awards, Dyson machines have also been displayed in museums across the world. For James Dyson, the British designer and entrepreneur, design means to make products work better in order to solve an everyday life problem rather than the way they look.

In its exhibition, the Vienna designforum - as a program partner of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2010 - shows research, design and development processes of Dyson technologies and recent innovations, which are already distributed in 50 countries worldwide.

With his invention of the Dyson Cyclone technology and the bagless vacuum cleaner with no loss of suction in the early 1990s, James Dyson revolutionized the vacuum cleaner market. With the fast, hygienic, and energy-efficient Dyson AirbladeTM hand dryer, he conquered public washrooms and production sites since 2007. His latest innovation is the Dyson Air MultiplierTM fan with no blades.

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