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.
Shenzhen has become one of the country’s first service-oriented manufacturing model cities/areas in the industrial design area, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) announced recently. The others that won the title are Pudong New Area in Shanghai, Chongqing, and Yantai in Shandong Province.
Bao'an, a melting pot of Hakka, Cantonese and Chaozhou cultures and a coastal district with booming industrial development, is holding its second cultural and creative design contest to give its cultural heritage a new look.
The 11th International Space Design Award – Idea-Tops, an award which identifies outstanding talents in architecture and interior designs, found its best designs in 18 award categories during an awards ceremony held at G Hotel in Longgang District yesterday.
The inaugural edition of the Design Shenzhen 2021 will be held in halls 7 and 8 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Futian District from Dec. 9 to 12, the organizer Clarion Events Ltd. announced at a press conference at C Future Lab in Futian District recently.
Shenzhen is soliciting conceptual designs worldwide for a city viewing platform in Tanglang Mountain Country Park and will launch an international contest. Authorities have started accepting preregistration, which will run until 5 p.m. Sept. 17.
The first-prize winner of the International Competition of Overall Conceptual Planning and Landscape Design for Ecological Ways around Xili Reservoir was unveiled recently, according to the contest results released by the Shenzhen Urban Design Promotion Center.
Two architectural projects from Shenzhen were chosen by the jury as the winners in two categories at the 9th Annual Architizer A+Awards, a prestigious international awards program celebrating the world’s best buildings and spaces, the Daily Sunshine reported Wednesday.
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.