Kraumur and Aurora Design fund throw a Street-party at Icelandic design festival, DesignMarch

15.03.15

Musicians and bands, designers and architects came together in a futuresque city, a pop-up event organized by Kraumur and Aurora Design fund in the Reykjavik Art Museum on 14. March.

Among the musicians performing at the event were: Retro Stefson, Sin Fang, Samaris, Snorri Helgason, Bjartey & Gígja, Valdimar Guðmundsson and Örn Eldjárn.  The event was organized by Theresa Himmer and Brynhildur Pálsdóttir.

The venue was transformed into a city of the future, where stalls and bars had been set up to serve lavish street-food to all the guests of the party.

At this long-awaited joint event of the music and design funds of Aurora, musicians and designers joined hands, in creating a truly magical, and totally unforgettable, evening.

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