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Size doesn’t matter!

What do you do if you live on a small iceland in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and you want to attract the attention of the rest of the design world?

By March 24-27th we have been attending the 2011 edition of Design March in Reykjavik, Iceland.

With its mid Atlantic location and a headcount of little over 300.000 heads of all ages, it is really impressive to see their involvement and dedication towards spreading their viewpoints on design.

Like Denmark, Iceland is a small nation, with a low headcount. With much less of a Design tradition, design institutions and design network, it is mindblowing what they have been able to achive in only 3 years of running the Design March.

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