Shenzhen, China's "City of Design," has once again attracted global attention. This year, the 11th Idea-Tops Award has received a total of 7,712 entries from 63 countries and regions. The number of participating countries and design projects has exceeded those of the previous years. Such an increase once again demonstrates the great attraction of the Chinese market.
The winners of the international architectural design competitions for the Shenzhen Opera House and the Shenzhen Maritime Museum, two of the city’s 10 new cultural landmarks, were announced by the Shenzhen Municipal Planning and Natural Resources Bureau yesterday.
The winning design for the Shenzhen Reform and Opening-up Exhibition Hall was released in a competition sponsored by the Shenzhen Municipal Public Works Bureau on Friday, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
he design by Miralles Tagliabue EMBT + HYP Arch Design has won first prize at the International Competition for Architectural Design of the Shenzhen Conservatory of Music, one of the 10 new cultural facilities of Shenzhen, according to a release on the official website of Shenzhen Public Works Bureau.
An exhibition of the 2020 Go! Design Community Festival opened at the Sea World Culture and Arts Center in Shekou of Nanshan District on Saturday. The exhibition will last until February 2021, Southern Metropolis Daily reported.
THE designs by Foster + Partners Ltd. have been chosen for the construction of the Guangmingcheng Comprehensive Transport Hub that integrates high-speed rails, an intercity rail and Metro lines, according to Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
Focusing on the development trends of international designs, the 8th Shenzhen International Industrial Design Fair (SZIDF) officially opened in Hall 2 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center yesterday.
An online art exhibition kicked off Saturday, aiming to present masterpieces created by famed designers from Shenzhen and Hong Kong, as well as the connection and communication between the two cities generated through art.
Experts from China, Britain, the Netherlands and Turkey agreed at the Design Forum of 2020 Shenzhen Design Week that design events in their countries have shifted from showcasing new products to focusing on bigger issues like urban development, education and crisis.
South African designer Emma Maria Strydom has topped the list of 21 winners of the fourth edition of the 2019 Shenzhen Design Awards for Young Talent (SDAY), taking home the Grand Award with a prize of 100,000 yuan (US$14,390), according to an award ceremony held online yesterday.
The architectural proposals for the first batch of 12 enterprises in Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base, Nanshan District, have been approved by the city government, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Shenzhen Institute of Beidou Applied Technology Co. Ltd. has won the 2020 Red Dot Design Award in the category of brand and communication design with its “public transportation integrated intelligent monitoring system.”
The 2020 Shenzhen International Home Design Exhibition will be held at Luohu Arts Design Center and Bao’an International Arts Design Center on Aug. 18 -25, the organizer said at a news conference recently.