Xiamen International Design Week
Red Dot in China 2016
From 29 October until 1 November 2016, Red Dot brings the world of design to the International Conference and Exhibition Center of the South-East-Chinese metropolis Xiamen: For the fifth time in a row, Red Dot is the major partner and trade fair organiser of the Xiamen International Design Week (XIDW).
Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2016
22quadrat, Beetroot Design Group and Yadegar Asisi
The winners of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2016 are set. From thousands of entries, the jury has chosen the best communication performances of the year. Among others, the agency 22quadrat, the Beetroot Design Group as well as the artist Yadegar Asisi can be glad about a distinction with the Red Dot label.
Red Dot on Tour
“La valeur du design”: Red Dot exhibition opened in France
On Wednesday, 14 September 2016, “La valeur du design” (“The value of design”) opened in St. Etienne, France. Until 8 January 2017, Red Dot awarded products from France and around the world inform visitors of the Cité du Design about the merits and value of good design.
Red Dot Design Museum Essen
“Digital tools for innovative Design”: exhibition by solidThinking
From 20 September until 3 October 2016, the exhibition “Digital tools for innovative Design – solidThinking” shows in the Red Dot Design Museum Essen, how modern software supports designers in their work and enables them to maximally exploit the potential of a product.
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore
The best products from 2016
The Red Dot Design Museum Singapore features a new collection of the latest innovations from this year’s Red Dot Award: Product Design. The exhibition showcases product solutions with refined technology, improved combination of materials and increased emphasis on users’ comfort and convenience. The exclusive presentation runs until 30 November 2016.
Red Dot Design Museum Essen
“Making a Difference / A Difference in Making”
The Red Dot Design Museum Essen in Germany will present the exhibition “Making a Difference / A Difference in Making” from September 27 to October 30, 2016. The collection brings together pioneering 3D-printed works of art, design, engineering and science. The exhibition is curated by Marta Malé-Alemany, architect and recognized researcher in the field of digital fabrication technologies, and produced by Materialise, a 3D printing company based in Belgium.
Border crossers: red dot awarded design from Germany and the Netherlands at the Designhuis Eindhoven
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
From 8 September to 9 October 2011, the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen presents the best Dutch products, but also confronts them with German works in an unusual way. There is one thing they have in common: All of them convinced the jury of the red dot design award. With its contemporary counterpoints, the exhibition picks up supposedly clichés of typical German and typical Dutch living environments in a novel way.
Monday, 22 August 2011
Only a few weeks ago, an international jury of renowned design experts has examined and evaluated every single work of the 6,468 submissions to the “red dot award: communication design 2011”. But only 80 works were awarded the “red dot: best of the best”, which is an appreciation for highest design quality. They are the best communication designs of their category.
Friday, 19 August 2011
This year, the “red dot: junior prize” goes to the communication designer Martina Morth from Dortmund, Germany. Her thesis "Aufschwung durch Ableben" (“Economic revival through death”), which visualises a highly unusual and likewise macabre topic, was awarded.
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
The members of the red dot jury always know what they want and year by year they look forward to excellent and outstanding works. But what is so special about the jury session? What affects the international jury and what are they thinking of, when they reminisce about the evaluation process?
Thursday, 11 August 2011
In March 2011, Japan was shocked by three catastrophes at the same time: The strong earthquake, the destructive tsunami and the resulting nuclear disaster caused a severe crisis for the country. Even though these occurrences already date back five months in continuously faster moving times, the expressions of concern do not end. Now, artists, graphic designers and art enthusiasts have originated a charity initiative, aiming at raising the victim’s hopes.