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Cardiff Design Festival

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Cardiff Design Festival

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Cardiff Design Festival is an annual event organised by the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff in partnership with a number of Cardiff organisations, which since its inception has included Design Wales, an organisation which has a pan Wales remit for supporting and encouraging the use of design.The Festival was first held in 2005, within the City Centre at the Park Plaza Hotel on Cardiff's Greyfriars Road, as well as a number of other events and seminars at various locations around the City.

The 2006 Cardiff Design Festival featured a portable exhibit, which showcased the "Best of Wales", featuring local companies including Asbri, Howies, Hoffi, Orangebox, Staziker Jones, Studio SDA, 6721, Elfen, and Attic 2. The exhibit was transported to the London Design Festival and Dutch Design Week.

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  • Cardiff Design Festival – Official website
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