Tag: Song Yan Court
Swiss MAX: Swiss Design Exhibition Now at Taiwan Design Museum
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.
SIT DOWN PLEASE: Looking for Taiwanese Aesthetic from the Local Chair Design
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.
All Welcome to Attend Women’s Economic Empowerment Summit on April 16
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.
IMAGINE THAT!: Exploring the Intersection of Design and Innovation
Through diverse presentation methods including digital multimedia, AI, VR, AR, and 3-D printing, this exhibition puts on display the overarching trends of modern technology — helping shed light on how new technology can simplify life and spark new businesses and services!
Taiwanese designer Jay Guan Jie Peng’s “Intuition” exhibition arrives at Taitung Design Center
Intuition, a highly acclaimed exhibition promoted by Not Just Library, will be installed in Taitung, beginning on March 22, through cooperation between Taiwan Design Center and Taitung Design Center.
Taitung and Taiwan Design Center Join Together to Pave a Path for the Future of Design
Beginning in March, Taiwanese innovation will move three highly acclaimed design exhibitions — Intuition, Circular Design, and Black and Blue Cosmos — to the Taitung Design Center.
SongYanCourt: The Heart of Songshan Cultural Park is Revealed!
SongYanCourt, cuddled right next to the hub of design, inspires a better life.
Future Survival: Circular Design
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.
Are You In-Circled? Join In Before Getting Outdated!
Based on this sagacious industrial model, the current exhibition “Circular Design – Are You In-Circled?” outlines the globally trendiest pioneering circular design.
Young Pin Design Award 2018 Exhibition
The Young Pin Design Award 2018 Exhibition is jointly organized by the Taiwan Design Museum and the Young Pin Design Award, to present the shortlisted artists with the Best of Young Pin Design Award.