The Shanghai chi K11 art museum hopes it will reveal, both intellectually and visually, the many facets of the city of Seoul to the public and enable viewers to acquire a deeper understanding of the development and history of design culture in Korea.
It was originally conceived as a graduation show but was soon expanded to include the work of both graduates and alumni of the Design Academy Eindhoven.
It includes Xiang Yang's work since 2010 when he returned to Beijing from New York. Through his architectural installations, Xiang brings his preference for precision into the study of structural and spatial relationships.
“Field” is both a spatial relation and a social relation. For the exhibition, “field” carried the conceptual spatial expression of Huang Jiancheng and his team, while it also marked the social status of Huang Jiancheng and his design team.
It is one of a series of activities during Beijing Design Week 2014 “Real Estate Design and...
The project enables to promote artists and designers and creates new dialogues between authors and publishers, galleries and other cultural institutions.
It explores Australia's unique position as a mediator between European cultural traditions and a longstanding intellectual engagement with its East and Southeast Asian neighbors.
It was awarded the honored title of China Graduate Fashion Week 2014 “Talent Cultivation Achievement Award” and the “Optimum Award”, with the “Optimum Award” being the highest award of all awards.
The exhibition comprehensively showcases the achievements of the industry-academic cooperation project of the Transportation Design Major, and works by outstanding graduates and students.