2023 Taiwan Design Expo Successfully Concludes with a Record-Breaking 6.58 Million Attendees Gather in New Taipei City
The 21st Taiwan Design Expo, held in New Taipei City for the first time, wrapped up its 17-day run with an impressive turnout of 6.58 million visitors. The vibrant and creative design personality test captivated both local and international audiences, amassing over 200 million online views and attracting more than 11 million participants to take the test.
Both a Music Classroom and a Stage! New Taipei City Kuang Jen Catholic High School Resonance Valley Is a Flexible Teaching Space Meeting Diverse Needs
Wouldn’t it be even better if the classroom could also be aesthetic to complement what the students hear with what they see? New Taipei City Kuang Jen Catholic High School, which has long focused on music education, has such an aesthetic music classroom—“Resonance Valley.”
Six million individuals(visitors) gathered at Kaohsiung to celebrate the record-breaking Taiwan Design Expo, which was the largest ever and attended by the most designers to date.
Read on to learn about seven of the winning designs and concepts, dissected in more detail, diving into each designer’s background and the creative journeys behind their winning work.
Mistroom, a studio known for its smoothly textured book covers, has won several awards in book design in the past. Their entry, “Not Just Library 2018 Admission Ticket”, also won glowing praise from well-known Japanese designer Kashiwa Sato.
With economies of scale plundering limited resources and the global trends on environmental policies, it is foreseeable that the cost of extracting raw materials will be greater than that of using renewable resources. To keep business for long term success, designers or manufacturers should be involved in circular design as early as possible, as it is unavoidable yet crucial.
Based on this sagacious industrial model, the current exhibition “Circular Design – Are You In-Circled?” outlines the globally trendiest pioneering circular design.
Craft and Digital Technology Combined: YenTing Cho’s Stunning Textile Designs Make Waves on the International Stage
Taiwanese designer Yen-Ting Cho’s luxury scarf collection has been sold through the Museum of Art and Design Store in New York since 2017, and was first retailed by the SFMOMA Store in San Francisco this summer!
The visionary behind the new font, Tom Liou, could hardly contain his excitement as his font received public recognition for the first time, crying out, “No way! I can’t believe it!”. Besides a genuine interest in font design, he was also motivated by the chance to prove himself—and, even more importantly, to create something that would benefit society.