Design Society's ongoing “Values of Design: China in the Making” exhibition, which opened in 2020 at the V&A Gallery at the Sea World Culture and Arts Center in Shenzhen, explores the growing field of Chinese design and attempts to seek flexible solutions via design. The exhibition not only displays crafts and products but also tackles themes such as poverty alleviation, environmental protection, rural construction and urban planning.
Shenzhen Creative Week (SZCW) was unveiled at the Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center in Bao’an District yesterday and will last until Thursday. This year’s event features over 100 art and design activities, over 200 forums covering 10 themes and new products from over 700 exhibitors.
The north part of Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Youth Innovation and Entrepreneur Hub (E-hub) was put into use last Thursday, which will provide another 92,000 square meters of space for young entrepreneurs, especially those from Hong Kong and Macao.
When you are visiting Shenzhen Bay, getting wowed by myriad of birds flying and foraging around, you may pity yourself for knowing neither their names nor habits and end up referring to them as sparrows, ducks and seagulls. What can you do?
Peng Cheng, born in 1990 in Henan Province, is a Shenzhen-based illustrator and graphic designer whose clients, in addition to UPS, also include Apple, Adobe, Mercedes-Benz and Coca-Cola. Having developed a passion for visual art at a young age, she sees design as an old friend and also as a channel to share her voice.
Shajing Village Hall, designed by Zhang Yuxing and Han Jing from ARCity Office, was announced as the Jury Winner for the government and civic buildings category in the 10th Annual A+ Awards on Tuesday, Shenzhen Evening News reported.
In DXD Studio, everyone is the boss. The chill kind, not the bossy kind. In their self-introduction at Xiaohongshu, a Chinese social media platform, they joke that “let’s work hard to wreck the company.”
More than 300 participants attended the fourth Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) Designers Summit in Shenzhen on Friday, pooling design ideas and information for high-quality urban construction in the GBA.
?During the same time little Yong Siong Yow was being enchanted by the costume design of “Saint Seiya” at his home in Malaysia, dreaming of becoming a painter when he grew up, Su Su, a little girl in North China’s city of Tianjin, was absorbed in the fantasy world portrayed in Chinese animation film “A Deer of Nine Colors.”
The latest trend in coffee consumption among Chinese young people may come from a collaboration between two of the biggest names in China’s beverage industry, Luckin Coffee, a five-year-old coffee chain, and Coconut Palm Group, a 34-year-old coconut juice brand.
On Nov. 4, 2021, a Shenzhen-based watch brand stunned the Swiss watchmaking establishment and the jury, beating five different contenders to take home the award in the Challenge Watch Category of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (G.P.H.G.).
Although the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics have wrapped up, people are enthusiastic for Olympic-related products and demand for these is growing. These licensed products are in vogue, such as porcelain products featuring Bing Dwen Dwen, the Games’ official mascot, designed by a young team from Shenzhen, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
The 2021 Shenzhen Design Week, themed “Design as Solution,” held its opening at UpperHills in Futian District on Saturday afternoon, kicking off a design extravaganza that will last through Jan. 3, 2022.
The 2021 Shenzhen Design Week, themed “Design as Solution,” will take place in the city from Saturday to Jan. 3, 2022, with the goal of demonstrating the practical and innovative value of fusing design in solving problems.
This year’s Graphic Design in China (GDC) Awards ceremony was held at Raffles Shenzhen in Nanshan District on Saturday. The day also witnessed the opening ceremony for the exhibition of works submitted to the competition.
A detailed landscape design titled Super Campus, the winning design for the central green axis of the Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base, has been recently completed, a source from the city’s construction bureau said.