Thursday, 22 May 2014

Medal by designer and Red Dot juror Naoto Fukasawa impresses the Tang Prize Foundation

Early 2014, the Tang Prize Foundation initiated a competition of a special kind in collaboration with the Taiwan Design Center: 25 international design organisations were invited to nominate jewellery designers who should design the Tang Prize medal and thus give a distinctive profile to the new award, which is set to become the Asian Nobel Prize. The committee of the International Invitational Tang Prize Medal Design Competition was formed by design experts from all over the world including Professor Dr Peter Zec, Founder and CEO of Red Dot, as well as the Red Dot jurors Jennifer Tsai and Rob Vermeulen. More


Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Red Dot supports the creative industry in the South Korean metropolis Busan

Being a renowned design promoter, Red Dot uses its expertise and global network to spread the idea of design excellence all over the world. With three international design competitions in the field of product design, communication design and design concepts, and three museums, Red Dot attracts the interest of designers, the industry and consumers alike. More


Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 - Anticipating the best designs of the year

With just hours left for submission to the Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014, the highly anticipated adjudication phase of the competition comes next. This year, 20 jury members, all of whom are of high repute in the design scene, hail from Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Denmark, Singapore, USA, Hong Kong, Australia, Japan, United Kingdom, Belgium and Finland. More


Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 - Call for entries ends on 21 May

It is just hours to go before the participation phase for this years Red Dot Award: Design Concept ends. In 2013 alone, companies, design studios, universities and designers alike from 57 countries submitted 4,394 entries of their best innovative ideas demonstrating the international significance of the competition. With a shorter race set for this year, the search for the best concepts and prototypes has been made with all possible energy and enthusiasm. More


Friday, 16 May 2014

Red Dot Award: Design Concept - Jury Interview: Design: A Korean perspective

Professor Dr Ken Nah has been a part of the Red Dot Award: Design Concept jury since 2009. He is a Professor of Design Management and is also the Director of the Human and Experience Research (HER) Lab at the International Design School for Advanced Studies (IDAS) in South Korea. After the judging session of the Red Dot Award: Product Design, Ken Koo, Asia President of the Red Dot Design Award, and Professor Dr Nah talked about design and how a small electronic device has taken over their lives. More