Konkurs Red Dot Design Award - obok iF Design Award i IDEA (International Design Excellence Award) - to najważniejsze nagrody przyznawane w dziedzinie projektowania na świecie. Red Dot przyznawane są w trzech kategoriach: Communication Design (projekty w dziedzinie komunikacji z użytkownikiem), Product Design (wzornictwo produktu) oraz Design Concept.
Pożądana przez projektantów "Czerwona Kropka" od blisko 60 lat jest szanowanym międzynarodowym znakiem wyjątkowej jakości w dziedzinie wzornictwa. Pierwsza nagroda Red Dot dla Polaków została przyznana dopiero w 2008 roku. W roku 2015 zwycięskich projektów było 12. A w roku 2016 już 15. Pokazuje to, że Polacy coraz śmielej pojawiają się wśród elity światowego designu.
Obejrzyjcie wybranych laureatów Red Dot Award: Comunication Design2015 w kategorii Spatial Communication. Sprawdźcie czy "Czerwona Kropka" może wyróżnić również Wasze realizacje w przyszłości
Audi – Paris Motor Show 2014 Fair Stand Client: AUDI AG, Ingolstadt Design: SCHMIDHUBER, Munich Concept and communication: KMS BLACKSPACE, Munich Photographer: Andreas Keller, Altdorf
The Audi trade-fair stand at the 2014 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris visualised the brand promise “Vorsprung durch Technik” through an appearance of power and progressiveness. The space and communication concept “Dynamic of Balance” presented two independent strengths that were yet in perfect balance with each other. The 28-metre projection “Ultra Structure” provided the basis and symbolised the technological performance of Audi. The counterpoint was formed by the “Body Structure”, a finely polished geometric object measuring 34 metres in length, which floated above the visitors’ heads.
Sculpture in Motion 2.0 – The Helio Curve Art Installation Client: Hyundai Motor Company, Seoul Art Direction: Yoomee Kim Music/Sound Design: Do-Young Park Design: INNOCEAN Worldwide Europe GmbH, Frankfurt/Main Creative Direction: Lewis Hunt Project Management: Petra Erbova Artist/Sculptor: Reuben Margolin, Emeryville, California
[Sculpture in Motion 2.0] HELIO CURVE at Milan Design Week 2015
“Sculpture in Motion” is a collaborative project by the Hyundai Motor Company that aims to connect artists with the public by bringing to life the company’s design philosophy of “Fluidic Sculpture”. The actual exhibition in 2015, “The Helio Curve” by American kinetic artist Reuben Margolin, assumes the form of a continuously moving and living organism that never repeats, thus demonstrating how movement can take tangible forms while still retaining its natural energy and motion. The sculptures feature a complex and mathematical design of 400 wooden blocks that create a wave over three metres high, which ebbs and flows.
Endless Triangle Public Installation Client: Dongkuk Steel Group, Luxteel, Seoul Design: JOHO Architecture, Seoul Architecture: Jeonghoon Lee, JOHO Architecture Structural Engineering: Byeongsoon Park, Teo Structure Manufacturing: Beomseok Lim, Seonwoo ID Photography: Sun Namgoong
Staged as an endless triangle, this installation aims to reflect the durability and versatility of steel as a material. Following the infinite circulation of a Möbius strip, the installation conveys the message that steel will always exist because it can be reproduced indefinitely. Another aspect is the visualisation of the duality inherent to iron, here expressed as masculine and feminine. Thus, the internal structure of the endless triangle constitutes a basic frame for the rear plate structure with its masculine appearance. The surface, in turn, can display a variety of patterns and colour coatings of a feminine material.
Crystal Fortune – Euroluce 2015 Fair Stand Client: Preciosa Lighting, Kamenický Šenov Design: Vasku & Klug, Vienna Film Production: Igor Zacharov, Prague
This trade-fair booth represented the Czech crystal company Preciosa Lighting at the international lighting fair Euroluce by reflecting the company’s roots in the tradition of glass and crystal art. A fountain, due to its historically attributed power of prophecy, featured as the central design element, with four chandeliers seemingly floating above the water. Just as a glimpse of the water surface can give an impression of the viewer’s future, the view of the booth’s fountain surface was intended to unveil the future of chandeliers.
The “Light Frames” stand portrays the new collection of the company Pedrali with signs of light. Ten luminous frames provide a backdrop for the product families presented on various levels within environments defined as photographic sets. The backgrounds display light graphics and coloured geometric signs, outlining the characteristic and iconic scenes of the different products. Another distinctive feature of this exhibition is the way the exposition volumes stand out against the perimetral walls, creating a dynamic and evocative landscape with diagonal surfaces and multiple inclinations.
Entitled “Fields of Ideas”, the concept of the German Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 is oriented to the leitmotif “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. The pavilion presents Germany as a vibrant, fertile “landscape” filled with ideas about future human nutrition. It closely interlinks the architecture and the exhibition to vividly illustrate to visitors how important dealing respectfully with nature is to the ongoing food supply. The pavilion, in the form of a gently rising landscape, recalls Germany’s field and meadow landscapes.
Cross is a pavilion that was designed for the 2014 Guangzhou International Design Week, an exhibition space at the Poly World Trade Expo in Guangzhou, China. The appearance of the exhibition resembles the many folded papers accompanying any design process. Just like these folded draft papers, the exhibition platform is an open space of irregularity and limitlessness. On the platform, the tourism routine and functional space are effectively organised. Multimedia projections on the wall and ground interact tactfully with the audience.
LICHTGRENZE Public Installation Client: Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH, Berlin Design: WHITEvoid GmbH, Berlin Bauderfilm, Berlin Creative Direction: Christopher Bauder, WHITEvoid GmbH Marc Bauder, Bauderfilm Film Production: Marc Bauder, Bauderfilm Project Management: Philipp Rasehorn, WHITEvoid GmbH General Coordination/Communication: Moritz van Dülmen, Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH Engineering: Steven Morgan, porcella + morgan, Berlin Scientific Direction/Information Boards: Tom Sello, Frank Ebert, Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft e.V., Berlin Consulting: Hans Reitz, Circ GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, an extraordinary light installation was created, following the former route of the so-called Berliner Mauer. From 7–9 November 2014, the 15.3 km frontier that once divided the city centre was reimagined in light by thousands of illuminated balloons. On the last night of the temporary installation, 8,000 volunteers jointly released the balloons with their own personal message attached into the Berlin night sky. Thus, the wall of light, just like its 1989 counterpart, literally vanished into thin air with the help of the citizens.
ArchiWorkshop.kr Pavilion Client: ArchiWorkshop.kr, Seoul Design: ArchiWorkshop.kr / SpaceTong, Seoul Photography: Juneyoung Lim, Seoul
The design of the project “Glamping in Korea” by ArchiWorkshop / SpaceTong was inspired by models from nature. The tent-like pavilion merges the poetic shape and appearance of a pebble stone with the advantage of an individually adjustable structural flooring system based on the juxtaposition of modular floors. The resulting tent structures allow for versatile arrangements in terms of functionality and aesthetic appeal. They can transform into an attractive exhibition hall just as easily as a trade-fair pavilion. An art wall painted by young Korean artists is featured on the wall inside.
LEE BUL – MMCA Hyundai Motor Series 2014 Exhibition Design Client: Hyundai Motor Company, Seoul MMCA, Korea (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea) Design: MMCA, Seoul Creative Direction: Youjin Choi, MMCA, Seoul Graphic Design: Jin Jung, TEXT, Seoul Construction: Inhwan Kim, Joosung Architecture, Seoul Production: Kyoungtae Kim, Seojin Plan, Seoul Photography: Byungcheol Jeon, B Graphic, Seoul
The MMCA Hyundai Motor Series was a ten-year programme jointly initiated by the Hyundai Motor Company and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea. Within the field of Korean contemporary art, it aimed to instil fresh attitudes and new possibilities through the programme’s sponsorship of artists. The work of renowned artist Lee Bul exhibited through this programme investigated the continuous intersection between actual opened and closed spaces, as well as the conceptual framework of “opened vs closed” in its relation to aesthetics and the structural system. A key design element within the installation was the feature of five videos inspired by this system, creating the effect of constant motion and ascension.
Cut Space Art Installation Client: Taiwan Design Expo, Taipei Design: J.C. Architecture, Taipei Strategic Planning: Johnny Chiu,Nora Wang, Coco Chang, Rose Huang, Taipei Photography: Dean Cheng, Taipei
“Cut Space” is an interactive, walk-in art installation that was inspired by three questions: How can people create their own space? Is it possible to provide them with the freedom for this to happen? And what kind of spaces would they finally create? The answer is an installation space in the size of 6 x 6 metres, consisting of 6,300 closely hung, equally spaced strings. Participants were then equipped with a pair of scissors and the strings became the structural material for them to cut away at any length in order to create their own space. Over time, as the participants shaped their spaces, the fallen strings accumulated on the ground were forming loose heaps reminiscent of “furniture”. As the spaces were being freely created, the social interaction as well as the collective memory grew organically. Thus, the installation encouraged individuality, while at the same time celebrating the collective whole.
“Confession of Design” was the edition of Austria’s contemporary design exhibition during Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile in 2014. Located in a former church, the exhibition concept aimed to respect and utilise the sacred atmosphere of the venue. This ensured that the exhibits did not enter into competition with the site, look out of place or become lost within it. Moreover, the show ironically referenced the design pilgrimage Milan evokes every year. Religious elements were the inspiration for both the exhibition architecture and all complementary media output.
“A Stranger to Words” is an interactive network graph that visualises the experience of learning English. Based on a daily reading report, this personal database of 23,358 words was created originally to express how the designer understood words. The complicated graph evolves in a high diversity of transformations, creating a mesmerising interactive visual experience in which the language and the line of connection work in unison. The goal is to reveal a connecting system of underlying text algorithms in an insightful and novel way, and to unfold personal sentiments of learning a new language through the capabilities of data visualisation.
Landscape of the Boundary Public Installation Client: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei Design: ArchiBlur Lab, Taichung City, S2 Design, Architects & Associates, Taipei Artwork: Chen Xuan Cheng, ArchiBlur Lab, Su Fuyuan, S2 Design, Architects & Associates Jen Tah-Sien
The structure of the installation “Landscape of the Boundary” is visually inspired by the sight of rows and rows of bamboo poles sticking out of the sea, a common scene along Taiwan’s coast. It is made of just over 2,000 Taiwanese Moso bamboo and Makino bamboo poles. The core element of the installation integrates poles of Moso bamboo, which grows high up in the mountains. Whereas bamboo scaffolding has traditionally been tied together with rope, for this installation the project team came up with a way of connecting the bamboo poles using metal structures.