It gathers works of postgraduates of Tokyo Zokei University from China, Japan and Korea. These works cover design from different fields, such as industrial design, visual communication design...
Currently by reproducing waste materials many excellent products achieved a higher value than the original products. After processing the waste products the original using attribute of the material was completely changed, extending towards a new direction.
This design exhibition is divided into three parts: “Sitting & the Senior” Competition, “60 Chairs” Invitational Exhibition of Internationally Renowned Designers’ Works, and the “Living” Nameless Design Field Documents.
It has been held for 12 years since the initial competition in the same name was held in 2002, and “Design for Sitting” series of competitions has now grown to be more mature while gaining success...
This lecture was divided into two parts: firstly, he explained drawing methods of the design process; secondly, he shared his design ideas with the combination of some specific finished projects.
It narrates the story of Germany’s design success, giving an inspiring overview of the past 100 years. It will remain on view until March 2, 2014.
For 25 years, Chiaki Maki has been to India and opened workshops, leading local craftsmen to create gorgeous works of natural temperament with their hands. She takes the lead to bring selected works to Lost & Found in Beijing, which will be on display from 24 December through to 29 December.
It is open to established and emerging artists, illustrators, graphic designers, typographers, photographers, designers, writers, art & design students, independent publishers, museums and galleries.
X-Agenda will focus on the state of thoughts and ideas, statements and directions under our current circumstance.