We just had two amazing days exploring how design could - and should - be leading us to a more relevant and exciting future. The house was certainly full, the weather couldn't be better and the content of our programme was very rich. It included the usual design talks given by graduates and guest speakers, many networking opportunities and also some little surprises to our guests.

We've also prepared slideshows with the highlights from the design talks and our vibrant degree exhibition. The projects gallery is also up and running.

For those of you who were not able to listen to the talks in real time this year, the student and company presentations are available here, so enjoy!

  • Companies who were with us:

    Volvo Cars (Sweden), BMW (Germany), Frog Design (Germany, Italy), KIA Design (Germany), Audi AG (Germany), Electrolux (Sweden), SEAT (Spain), Kaiser-X Labs (Germany), Icon Incar (Germany), Berge Consulting (Sweden), Geely Design (Sweden), Design Partners (Ireland), Kiska GmbH (Austria), Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design (Italy), Nokia (UK, Finland, USA), Philips Design (Netherlands), Volkswagen (Germany), Harman (Denmark), Covestro (Germany), Interactive Institute (Sweden), Renault (France), Atlas Copco (Sweden), Tactel (Sweden), Fjord (Sweden), Pivotal Labs (UK), Husqvarna Group (Sweden), MINI (Germany), Yovinn (Sweden), Attention Design (Denmark), BCG Digital Ventures (Germany), Cliff Design (Sweden), Google (UK), Narrative (Sweden), NEVS (Sweden), Screen Interaction (Sweden), Veryday (Sweden), Komatsu Forest (Sweden), Semcon (Sweden), Volvo Trucks (Sweden) and many more.