Category: Event & Exhibition
From 28th September 2021 to 6th March 2022, TDRI launches the Swiss MAX-Swiss Design Exhibition. The exhibition is curated based on the unit of “hundred”, including 100 designers, 100 product designs, 100 posters, 100 books, etc. A large number of exhibits lead the audience to explore the 100 years of aesthetics and design history of Switzerland.
Under the theme “VISION 20/21”, BODW will harness the power of collaborative creativity to provide timely insights into future trends that could help us find clarity in uncertainty.
This exhibition is a response to contemporary life. In times when malls have become the main location for purchasing furniture, this exhibition hopes to become a starting point of re-organizing the history of Taiwan design, and that the genuine passion for creativity can leave imprints in the future.
Each year, the project observes hardwares in different country. The designers will first deconstruct the original functions of the hardware and to repurpose them. Parts of the Taiwanese and Dutch hardware works will be presented in the exhibition this time.
The 2020 CET will be three primary exhibition halls: “the Cultural Concept”, “Design & Craft” and “Licensing”. By strengthening the cultural value of displayed products and proposing relevant themes for exhibition, the expo will interpret the views of generations and cultural aesthetic, which in turn inspire further design creative thinking.
The Golden Pin Design Award unveils 17 posters designed by Bito to raise awareness about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and to celebrate the award’s 2019 Grand Ceremony.
On the topic of “Beyond Bauhaus”, this exhibition invites designers from various profession and countries, to analyze their design works and rethinking the Bauhaus spirit from.
The Taitung and Taiwan Design Center are launching “Circular Design: Are You In-Circled” in Taitung on May 9th — the second exhibition that will move from Taipei to Taitung this year, thanks to a resource-exchanging agreement between the two design centers.
This summit aims to serve as Taiwan’s leading example for promoting women empowerment and spreading the message that women play a vital role in the economy.
A movement embodies surprising twists in development, “Culture On the Move” gathers the power of the multitude to explore every cultural possibility, and stays open-minded for discovering the unique charm of Taiwanese culture among others in this world.