MADE IN is a research, design and heritage initiative encouraging collaboration and knowledge exchange between craftspeople and contemporary designers. The aim of the project is to rediscover crafts tradition and production methods and educate craftspeople and designers about material and immaterial culture, thus creating new, authentic and more sustainable conditions for practicing design in collaboration with craft workshops.

The MADE IN project promotes European craft heritage and innovative contemporary design to general public through many different activities: research and mapping of crafts, public conferences and expert seminars, design/crafts residencies, workshops, publications and exhibitions, as well as the development of an online platform, which will facilitate the transmission of knowledge and provide professional development opportunities for craftspeople, designers, curators and professionals.

Museum of Arts and Crafts (MUO), HR / 
Established in 1880 as a result of an initiative by the Art Society. The basic aim was to preserve the traditional values of national crafts and at the same time to provide new cultural standards for the rising middle-class. Today, the Museum is one of Croatia’s fundamental national cultural institutions. It houses the finest collections of fine and applied art that date from 14th to 21st century and has the largest and richest holdings in Croatia of fine and applied art. In the permanent exhibition there are nearly 3000 exhibits, which provide the insight into historical changes in styles that reflect special features of the Croatian cultural space and the wider spiritual and intellectual movements of time. 

Formally established in 2014, as an art organisaton after  a series of joint cross-disciplinary collaborations between 6 professionals in art and design fields  Since then, Oaza had been continuously involved in art and design research based projects for independent cultural sector, self-initiated design projects (curatorial practices, conceptual design, social design, strategic and conceptual design, publishing, design education) and projects for clients (product and interior design, visual communication, exhibition and set design, design management, art direction and consulting). 

Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), SLO / 
MAO preserves and archives works from prominent architects and designers of the 20th and 21st centuries, constituting a rich history of creative ideas, vision and production. MAO organizes and shares this source of inspiration and exploration of architecture and design through its compelling exhibitions, publications and diverse programme, which is aimed at a broad circle of visitors. At the same time it is opening itself as a space for everyone who wishes to research, study, and learn more about how we inhabit our living space, how we organize it, change it, design it and make it our own. MAO serves as a dynamic forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and dialogue for and among a wide range of visitors. Since 1972 the museum organizes Biennial of Design (BIO), the oldest European design biennial with a strong international presence and positioning. 

Nova Iskra, RS / 
A creative hub and co-working space focused on the fields of creative industries, art, design, new technologies, social theory and practice. The main topics that Nova Iskra explores are connected with the concept of future – Future Learning, Future Living and Future Working. Nova Iskra aims to have an important role in the process of creating public policies, on local, national, regional and European levels, in relation to the topics such as development of the creative industries, new professions and the future of work, non-formal education, digital humanities and other related fields. Throughout this process, Nova Iskra collaborates with local and international companies, civil society organizations and other groups or individuals interested in these subjects or already active in these fields. 

Mikser, RS /
A non-governmental and non-profit organization, established with focus on improving the creative work in the field of design and creative industries. The objectives of the Association are: Development of social tolerance through the convergence and interaction of different cultures; Promoting a positive approach to cultural diversity in contemporary society; Promoting cultural and artistic project of international exchange and cooperation; Strengthening cultural policies in Serbia and the region and participating in the international efforts of similar organizations in the promotion of global cultural policy; Improving and promoting contemporary visual disciplines; The impact on the development of interdisciplinary ecology, urban planning, architecture, design. 

Werkraum Bregenzerwald /
WR is a craft and trade association of currently 90 business members established in 1999, uniting craftsmen of different guilds, promoting cooperation and exchange of ideas. WR strives for sustainable development of crafts and trade of the region through: Economic sustainability by maintaining and creating local jobs and training opportunities; Ecological sustainability by producing long-term goods for daily use; Social sustainability by establishing trusting relationships and personal connections; And cultural sustainability by preserving the quality of crafts and ensuring cultural continuity. WR has established its own venue for exhibitions and events designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. Opened in 2013 in Andelsbuch the “Werkraumhaus” serves as space for exhibitions, workshops, lectures, seminars and symposiums.

Koraljka Vlajo (MUO)
Ivana Borovnjak, Maja Kolar (OAZA)
Maja Vardjan, Nikola Pongrac, Cvetka Požar (MAO)
Relja Bobić (Nova Iskra)
Maja Lalić (Mikser)
Renate Breuß, Thomas Geisler, Miriam Kathrein (Werkraum Bregenzerwald)

Andrea De Chirico
(Workshop Zagreb),
(Residency Zagreb),
Rianne Makkink
(Workshop Andelsbuch),
(Residency Andelsbuch)

AUSTRIA (Anton Bechter, Georg Bechter, Daniel Devich, Markus Faißt, Helmut Fink, Manuela Maaß, Heinz, Tone & Christian Rüscher, Oberhauser & Schedler, Claus Schwarzmann, Ewald & Simon Voppichler)

CROATIA (Darko Škrgatić, Mario Nokaj, Dražen Radotović, Lovro Krizman, Vesna Hrkač, Darko Franjić, Antun Penezić, Stjepan Zagorščak, Thomislav Cerovečki, Dalibor Lebarović)