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The submission periods for the 2020 Golden Pin Design Award and Golden Pin Concept Design Award are drawing to a close. The two awards highlight 12 exciting entries to promote the awards’ final Call for Entries this year, which will both close in early July.
The 85 Jury Members of the 2020 Golden Pin Design Award and Golden Pin Concept Design Award Announced
For this year’s awards, the organizer has assembled an impressive 85-person jury—the largest yet—of leading international designers and experts in a variety of fields from fifteen different countries and regions. The 2020 Golden Pin Design Award’s call for entries ends on July 9th (Thu.) at 17:00 (GMT+8 Taipei). The organizer cordially invites designers from around the globe to take up the challenge!
The 2020 Golden Pin Design Award International Jury Members Announced! Early-Bird Registration Discount until June 1st
This year, design industry experts from over fifteen countries and regions will participate in the Preliminary, Secondary, and Final Selections for the two awards. Early-bird registration for the 2020 Golden Pin Design Award ends on Monday, June 1st, at 23:59 (GMT+8).
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.
The 2020 Golden Pin Design Award is now accepting submissions worldwide until Thursday, July 9. Works that have already been commercialized and sold on the market are eligible to enter and may be submitted by either the manufacturer or the design team. An early registration discount is available on and before Thursday, April 30.
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 brand of TPE-HUN Shuttle Bus is comprehensively built through subtraction design, toppling the public’s stereotype of public transit, and reinterpreting Taiwan’s public transport.
Taiwan Design Center & Design and Creative Center Kobe Work Together to Improve Disaster Management Programs in Taiwan
With assistance from the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs, and in partnership with the Design and Creative Center Kobe, TDC is building an initiative that rethinks disaster prevention through design.
In order to deepen cultural exchange between Taiwan and Indonesia and establish a Southeast Asian Design Alliance, the Taiwan Design Center and Indonesian Economic and Trade Office (IETO) are joining forces.