2019 Taipei International Design Award

Here is an open call for outstanding international designs and an effort to shape Taipei into a convergence platform for creative designs, thereby to discover creative designs with business potential, and further still, to encourage practices of social design in an advocacy that design as a medium can bring humans a better, more pleasant and convenient life.

Category Award
Type International, Award, Open, Two-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Architecture, Furniture, Graphic, Product, Public
Country Taipei, Taiwan
RegDeadline 18 July 2019 GoogleCal iCal
18 July 2019 (via Online)
Eligibility All
Target Field Original creations of the contestants completed after June 30, 2017

1. Industrial Design:
Industrial design refers to design works that can be mass-produced, including general and digital application, transportation tools, equipment and instruments, daily utilities and household goods, IT and home appliances, etc.
2. Visual Communication Design:
Visual communication includes designs of digital graphic creations, identity, posters, packaging and printing (including digital printing) etc.
3. Public Space Design:
Open space provided for public use, government buildings and certain private establishments.

Local and international experts

Taipei City Mayor Award (1 in total): NTD 600,000
Golden Award (1 per category): NTD 500,000
Silver Award (1 per category): NTD 200,000
Bronze Award (1 per category): NTD 150,000
ico-D Special Award for Visual Communication Design: NTD 10,000
Social Design (1 in total): NTD 150,000
Applied Design Award (1 in total): NTD 150,000
Universal Design Award (1 in total): NTD 150,000
Judges’ Special Award (5 per category): NTD 10,000
People’s Choice Award (1 per category): NTD 10,000
Sponsors Award (to be adjusted according to total sponsored)
Distinction (several per category)

Entry Fee

Announcement of Finalists: August 16, 2019
Deadline for Submission of Final Works/Mockups: September 16, 2019
Award Ceremony: November 1, 2019

Past winners

Department of Economic Development, Taipei City Government

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