The 2016 Beijing international design week
The 2016 Beijing international design week -751 International Design Festival held from September 28th to October 6th, “Innovators-Australia Design & Innovation” exhibition, which was planned by Ian Wong, a professor of Southeast University-Monash University Suzhou Joint Graduate School, won the 2016-751 International Design Festival innovative design award.
Beijing international design week is the most influential large-scale cultural projects of China, as one of the core content, the 751 International Design Festival is aiming to create a platform which features international, high level, professional, open transaction, innovative design and cultural exchanges. There are more than 50 exhibitors and international design masters all over the world attending the exhibition annually, to carry out some activities about creative design transaction, interactive experience and cultural exchanges.
The theme of 2016-751 International Design Festival is "future", which focuses on the problems like "intelligent design", "home & city" and "science & technology". All kinds of high-quality exhibitions, master forums and exciting activities are throughout the 751D PARK areas. The largest floor area, the richest content and the most designers made 2016-751 International Design Festival become the core content of the Beijing international design week.
In this design festival, “Innovators-Australia Design & Innovation” exhibition, which was planned by Ian Wong, a professor of Southeast University-Monash University Suzhou Joint Graduate school, won the 2016-751 International Design Festival innovative design award. “Innovators-Australian Design & Innovation” is an exhibition that celebrates design and innovation from Australia. The exhibition featured sixteen digital archives with iconic Australia innovations like WIFI, the bionic car, polymer notes and innovators including Marc Newson, Michael Simcoe and Denton Corker Marshall. The exhibition design theme highlights the invention of WIFI by the CSIRO in Australia presenting cloud based content on IOS devices utilizing an app and mobile content delivery technology development by Art Processors. 3D printed traditional Chinese seals (yin) are featured as the “trigger” for this sustainable and innovative interactive exhibition. The digital archive for each project is activated automatically as visitors approach each individually crafted seal resting on a small podium.