BDW CONFERENCE FREEDOM2 / FIRE DAY/ SUPPORTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY IN SERBIA
Visibly excited because of the previous conference day full of new ideas and momentous presentations, and still under impressions of energetic evenings in the capital’s restaurants and bars, BDW’s guests spent the second day of the conference mainly at the National Library. Even those speakers who have completed their sessions day before, wished to attend lectures delivered by their colleagues, joining the sold-out crowd. Between lectures they rested on Jörg Boner’s brand-new Bahir sofa and Zanotta’s legendary Sacco bean-bags from the sixties, distributed throughout the library area. The visitors spent the breaks at the Atrium Cafe, where they enjoyed sitting on pieces of furniture designed by Serbian designers presented at the SIEPA exhibition. While waiting for the lectures, they were able to tweet via tweet wall, kindly borrowed to us by our media partner Real Time Group.
On the second day of the BDW conference, named FIRE DAY in honor of the predominantly hot tempered line up such as Greece, Italy, Croatia, Australia and Brazil, visitors saw new perspectives of the Freedom2 topic. BDW’s