Guangzhou Design Week, December 5-11, is an annual international event that promotes innovation and design. The culmination of the week is the Jintang Prize: China Interior Design Awards, sponsored by the Luxe Interiors + Design magazine's forthcoming China Edition.*
The annual Jintang Prize is a brand new and open platform that emphasizes innovation and service. It features designs vetted by a jury of 10 industry experts, 10 media leaders and 10 well-known real estate developers—along with on-line votes from 250,000 registered designers on china-designer.com. Themed 'Design is Value,' the awards are based on design proposition, creativity and aesthetics, space planning, materials and cost effectiveness and fidelity to clients.
The product and furnishings design portion of the show presents the giant leap of Chinese manufacturing industry from “Made in China” to “Create in China”, and catches up with the latest information of international design for the great development of Chinese design industry and provides valuable platform for business match with the brand enterprises and design businesses.
Guangzhou Design Week is the first and only design China design show endorsed and promoted worldwide by International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID), International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI); and International Council of Graphic Design Associations (ICOGRADA).
*More details to be released next week
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