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Lithuania brings top European designers
    2017-05-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Zhang Qian

    zhqcindy@163.com

    FOR Vytautas Ratkevicius, the project manger of the Lithuanian Designers’ Society, the mission for attending this year’s China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) is to connect some of the top designers from Europe to Chinese investors and high-tech companies.

    It is the fifth time that Lithuanian exhibitors have participated in the ICIF and each year designers of all kinds will be sent from the country beside the Baltic to display their latest design works. This time, four Lithuanian designers came to Shenzhen to promote their designs.

    Ratkevicius said that he was part of a project that was initiated to bridge European designers with Chinese investors or high-tech companies. “We believe that both design and technology play equally important roles in making designs that can be better used for people,” said Ratkevicius. He said that Shenzhen’s fast-paced technological development has attracted the attention of many European designers.

    By joining the ICIF this year, Ratkevicius hopes to meet people here that can help designers from Europe use the power of Shenzhen’s technology and the speed of its logistics.

    One of the design companies at the Lithuanian exhibiting booth, which is also the company that was elected for the project mentioned by Ratkevicius, is UNO Parks, customizing indoor playgrounds and outdoor adventure parks based on the landscapes possessed by their clients.

    “So far, we have built 30 projects around the world and five of them are in China,” a UNO Parks designer named Akvile told the Shenzhen Daily. According to her, the unique aspect of their designs is that all of the projects are tailored to the client’s needs and inspired by the natural landscape.

    The Lithuanian delegation’s exhibiting booth is one of the largest in the Belt & Road International Hall that is hosting 10 design firms this year. Ratkevicius said that the ICIF organizer had given a lot of attention and confidence to their designers this year.

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