WORKSHOPS SURROUNDED BY WATER
march 30 - 31
Portuguese Makers Weekend is the first event that meets Portuguese and international Makers and Designers.
Portuguese Makers Weekend 2019 will be at the unique venue,
Mãe d’Água das Amoreiras Reservoir in Lisbon.
At this edition, we'll make our own reed basket with one of the most promising Portuguese brands, Toino Abel.
At the Portuguese Makers Weekend, the participants had the opportunity to have a real contact with the makers and create their own objects in a life-changing experience.
MAKE YOUR OWN OBJECTS
in an inspiring venue enclosed by water
Who is the event for?
Portuguese Makers Weekend is for people who love and are curious to know more about materials.
Portuguese Makers Weekend is for all kind of people, from professionals to amateurs. The only ingredient that they have in common is the motivation
to put their hands-on and make it happen.
revealing the secrets of Portuguese production
"Found some inspiration again!"
Fabio Rutishauser, Swiss participant
Chance to have your product into the market
Portuguese Makers will challenge all the participants to create unique objects for a Special Edition.
Some final pieces will be produced, launched into the market and will be available for sale at the Water Museum shop in Lisbon.
RELAXING AND INSPIRING
meet new people in a different environment
A life-changing experience is waiting for you
At Portuguese Makers Weekend you will know the secrets of
Portuguese production, because we know that little details
make all the difference in our daily life.
"This week is more than big name talks and swapping business cards. From traditional processes to semi-industrial production, participants are gaining key insights into what it means
to actually make something."
Get access to an exclusive group of people. You will have the opportunity to know and have informal talks with the most prestigious and promising Designers and Brands.
why you should attend
Portuguese Makers Weekend
Create and enhance a high-level network. Boost synergies in different industries by meeting new people with diverse backgrounds and life experiences.
Some final pieces will be produced and launched into the market and will be available for sale in the Water Museum in Lisbon.
Put your hands-on and make your own objects.
Welcome package with some of the best and most traditional Portuguese products.