Herschel backpack for Dezeen Day

Come to Dezeen Day and get a free Herschel backpack worth £60

Every attendee at our Dezeen Day conference in London on 30 October will receive a free Herschel backpack worth £60.

The Canadian brand is sponsoring Dezeen Day and will provide every attendee with either a Settlement or a Heritage backpack in black.

Herschel Supply Co is a design-led brand based in Vancouver, Canada, that produces bags and accessories for travellers.

Herschel backpack for Dezeen Day
The Heritage backpack is one of the bags attendees will receive at Dezeen Day

The company was founded in 2009 by brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack and is named after the small Canadian town where their forebears lived.

Dezeen Day attendees can collect their free Herschel backpack when they arrive at BFI Southbank, the conference venue in central London.

Tickets for Dezeen Day cost £300 each (plus VAT if relevant) or £75 for students. Buy three or more tickets and save £50 per ticket. Buy tickets using the widget below!

Further discounts are available for purchases of five tickets or more. For more details, email us at dezeenday@dezeen.com.

Speakers at Dezeen Day include Paola Antonelli, senior curator of architecture and design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York; industrial designers Paul Priestman and Benjamin Hubert; and architects Dara Huang, Patrik Schumacher and Arthur Mamou-Mani.

The conference will set the agenda for architecture and design, tackling crucial issues including the circular economy, future cities and new materials. See the conference schedule here.

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Tickets for Dezeen Day cost £300 each (plus VAT if relevant) or £75 for students. Buy three or more tickets and save £50 per full-price ticket. Students can save £25 per ticket if they buy three or more. Buy them here or using the widget below!

To discuss bulk discounts for companies, schools or other organisations or networks, email us at dezeenday@dezeen.com.

The illustration is by Rima Sabina Aouf.