New York Design Awards Annual 2020 - DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

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Chairman’s Message

2020 marked the seventh anniversary of the New York Design Awards. We started this program to recognise leadership, excellence and courageous, design-lead projects in the commercial, government and community sectors. Each of the 2020 awarded projects took a different path in searching for the unmet needs of the stakeholders and users, but they are all undeniably made for people. The tumultuous nature of 2020 left the world scrambling to understand, adapt and respond to the ever-changing situation. ‘Normal’ was put on hold and we have had to universally strap in for an abnormal ride as we navigate through a new everyday. Market conditions entered a state of flux, and almost a year on that continues to be the case. In these moments of upheaval, it is the designers’ role to bring us to the future faster, and those that have shifted away from past concepts of normal, who have refactored their businesses to the current and future conditions and who remain adaptable, have provided

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themselves with the greatest possible opportunities to thrive in this era of the New Possible. At DRIVENxDESIGN we too are evolving. 2020 was our 11th year of award programs, bringing a new focus for a new decade. Over the last eleven years we have pushed as hard as possible to build the world’s largest network of award programs - along the journey there has been a range of supporting tools and programs that have evolved. We are continuing to roll out more improvements to the DRIVENxDESIGN Portal to make it even easier for Award Managers to nominate and celebrate awarded projects and enhance the awards showcase. As of 2020, anything to do with the Award Programs stays under the DRIVENxDESIGN banner while everything else falls under the ‘Design Exec Club’ banner. The Award Programs are all about providing recognition for project teams, suppliers and those with the courage to sponsor.

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The Design Exec Club is about actionable strategic input for design focused executives. Our Supporter Program (p8) is designed to help suppliers and brands connect with the best of the best and gain invaluable connections with the emergent talent of our Elevate Program. The Design Exec Club is based on a dinner club I started in 2014 when touring through global design capitals. What began as an informal dinner conversation showed there was a glass ceiling for design conversations - it wasn’t punching through to the boardroom. Over the last 6 years, many of those dinner guests have been promoted to C-Suite positions and it proved high time to welcome in other C-Suite types to explore how design accelerates their organisational goals.

The members of the Design Exec Club are united by a common goal for a Better Future. It is all about how we can ensure the best possible future for our grandchildren’s grandchildren - yes, that’s right, five generations. Through both our DRIVENxDESIGN and Design Exec Club platforms we are proud to recognise the thought leadership that is going to create a thriving economy that is equitable and environmentally conscious. That is a Better Future, and we want to celebrate those with the courage, diversity and excellence to make it a reality. Again, congratulations, thank-you for being a part of our vision, and keep maintaining your courageous stance.

Founder & Awards Chair, DRIVENxDESIGN Mark Bergin

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DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

We are DRIVENxDESIGN (pronounced DRIVEN by DESIGN), a global independent design promotion organisation that oversees programs of recognition (AKA the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs). We are led by a global community of C-suite executives who make up the members of our sister project – The Design Exec Club. Our global community is now 95,000 members strong, involving over 7,500 brands and 2,500 studios - we come together to innovate, accelerate and grow demand for design.

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In 2020. We celebrated over $USD350B of design projects globally and raised the profile of over 1,200 design projects. We like to think of ourselves as ‘champions for a better future’, our goal is to bring recognition to applied design projects that are helping us accelerate economic outcomes with a social and environmental impact. Our Award Programs are market-based, to include national and international design projects. drivenxdesign.com/awards


For every program we publish an Awards Annual, which showcases the courageous, diverse, and excellent winning projects from each program.

Programs that speak to the respective themes. These inaugural special editions will highlight the best of the best in global design.

This year, we will also be publishing two curated annuals - the Better Future Annual and the Innovation Annual - that feature a selection of truly outstanding projects from across all our Award

Our Awards Annuals are distributed in digital and print formats to our award winners and partners, Design Exec Club members, and wider industry partners.

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Supporter Levels

2021 is shaping up to be one of the most dynamic growth years in the US Design Market, with many studios experiencing growth levels unseen since the 1980s. Now is the opportunity to place your brand into the spotlight, to be present alongside these leading, growing studios and join in the celebration of their courageous, diverse and excellent work. Be in the room where it happens and place yourselves into the Awards Annual side by side with the 2021 Design Award winners.

As well as Award Program exposure, we will put you in touch with the incredible emerging talent coming out of our Elevate program – where the goal is to shine a spotlight on those that are hidden in the corners. These are our future design leaders and we are offering to give you ahead-of-the-pack access. We are offering four partner levels to help you position yourselves alongside some of the best New York, American and International design projects. You can choose from Black, Platinum, Gold and Silver Support Levels across single or national markets. drivenxdesign.com/supporterlevels

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Nomination Packages

To assist with the nomination process, we are offering Nomination Packs, which are suited for those wanting to submit a range of nominations, either in one program or across multiple programs in the same currency. The majority of our community don’t just nominate one project, they take advantage of the Award Programs and community activation as a way to showcase project pride, celebrate with clients and the team behind the project, as well as meeting with industry peers. That is why we are offering bulk discounts ranging from 22.5 – 30%, with options for small (4), medium (8), large (12), or extra-large (20) nomination voucher packs. Stretch your award’s budget further and pick up a nomination pack today.

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Design Exec Club Executives are always striving to stay up-to-date - to know what’s evolving and what’s on the horizon - looking out for signals and new networks, hoping to collide with people, ideas and opportunities that would ordinarily pass them by. The Design Exec Club exists - through Award Jury roles, Exec Dinners, Town Hall panels and Spotlight podcasts - to provide a platform that accelerates the profile and trajectory of future-focused leaders. At the Design Exec Club, we are proud to say “we don’t make things, we make things happen”.

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Town Halls Weekly episodes featuring a select group of C-suite designers sharing their thoughts on how design is making the economy thrive. If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that the equation for a thriving economy is more than just the economic factor: Economic + Equity + Environmental factors = a thriving economy. The Town Halls are recommended viewing for any designer focused on how design is accelerating the New Possible in boardrooms and C-suites around the globe.

Watch online designexecclub.com/town-hall


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Architecture Commercial - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Commercial - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Mixed Use - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Proposed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Proposed - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Public and Institutional - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Residential - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Residential - International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Interior Design Corporate & Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 International Corporate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 International Experience Center.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 International Gallery - Exhibition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 International Hospitality - Stay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 International Hospitality - Casual.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 International Public or Institutional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 International Residential - Compact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 International Residential - Entertainer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 International Residential - Executive Suite. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 International Residential - Large. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 International Residential - Villa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 International Retail - Shopping & Food.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 International Sales Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 International Showroom or Flagship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

Landscape Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Lighting Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105 Pop-Ups, Display, Exhibit & Set Design. . . .109 Urban Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Environmental Design.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115


ARCHITECTURE - COMMERCIAL - CONSTRUCTED

The JACX Project Commissioner Tishman Speyer Creator MdeAS Architects As the first ground-up commercial building in Long Island City, the JACX pioneers contemporary work culture in the area by promoting wellness and sustainability through a dynamic architectural design. One subway stop from Manhattan, The JACX is comprised of 1.1 million square feet of new office space and 50,000 square feet of retail. The building is characterized by two identical towers featuring raw concrete and textured terra cotta panels that create visual unity and symmetry. Featuring sweeping views on all sides, the towers are connected by an expansive, landscaped terrace that serves as a quad where tenants can socialize, relax, dine or work. 14

Team AKRF Engineering, P.C. Parking Consultant Edgett Williams Consulting Group, Inc. Vertical Transportation Entek Engineering LLC Faade Maintenance JBB - MEP Lovell Belcher - Survey Mueser Rutledge Soils & SOE Engineer New Line Structures - CM Philip Habib & Associates Civil Engineer RWDI Wind Tunnel Testing Consultant Tenen Environmental Environmental Engineer Vidaris LEED H.M. White Landscape Architect Cerami Acoustical Engineer WSP Structural Engineer Gillman Consulting Inc. - Expediter

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Nordstrom Flagship Project Commissioner Nordstrom Inc. Creator James Carpenter Design Associates

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Nordstrom’s first flagship store in New York City primarily occupies a new building spanning 57th and 58th Streets and as well as several buildings existing buildings along Broadway in mid-town Manhattan. JCDA’s unique “Waveforms Façade” contributes a more generous volumetric experience of light within the site’s constrained public realm. The store’s lofted ceilings and entirely glass façade represent the department store’s desire to create a new kind of experience for shoppers. The waveform of the curtain wall serves performance objectives such as allowing for the oversize glass units to span the floor to floor plates without the need for vertical mullions, while the volumes allow for a program that merges civic and commercial goals.

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PUMA North America Flagship Project Commissioner Puma North America Creator Design Republic Team Architect- Design Republic Construction Managers- Shawmut Construction Lighting Designer- Lighting Workshop MEP Engineer- Fiskaa Engineering Structural Engineer- Severud Associates Consulting Engineers Structural Curtain Wall Consultant- Eckersley O’Caliaghan Partners Acoustic Consultant- Cerami Associates Audio Visual Consultant- Gable Company Vertical Transportation Consultant- Boca Group Code Consultant- Brookebridge Consultant Services Inc. 16

The PUMA flagship store was a highly significant project for PUMA North America, Inc. and considered the brand’s first of its kind North American Flagship store built in New York City. The experience begins for the consumer prior to setting foot inside the store— the unique custom storefront façade was inspired by the iconic PUMA tread. Once inside, the double-height first floor connected by interlacing escalators provide shoppers with fluid circulation between the 1st and 2nd-floor experience.

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Opus One Exhibition Centre Project Commissioner Poly Developments and Holdings, Gemdale Group Creator Shanghai PTArchitects Team Design team: The Second Design Division Chief designers: Shao Xin, Chen Xi Team members: Yu Yang, Zhao Yu, He Xuan, Tao Chao, Jiang Hao, Song Yakun

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Poly · OPUS ONE is the first project co-designed by Shanghai PTArchitects and Poly (Eastern China Region). It consists of residences, apartments, a sales center and other supporting facilities, with a total construction area of over 70,000 square meters. Located at the most bustling area in Xuhui District, Shanghai, it is positioned as a luxury property development. Among Poly’s property series, Glory is the most upscale one, OPUS ONE of which is the best of best. There are only 7 property developments named OPUS ONE around the world. They are only built at the first and second-tier cities, and this OPUS ONE is the first one in Shanghai. The project is the sales center of OPUS ONE on the street-facing side on the northeast corner of the plot. It would be used as a store for the community.

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West Bund Park Project Commissioner Shanghai Sunac Creator THDL Team Ji Xin, Ge Jiaqi, Ye Huazhou, Yang Xin, Chen Zhiwen, Geng Yixin, Bao Fangting, Guan Fu

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Located on the West Bund in Shanghai, the project is in close proximity to the high quality art district, which carries the main function of artistic development, and has superior art resources and landscape environment. The architects combined a unique spatial experience with an original architectural form to create an attractive art space. The futuristic and technologically advanced architecture creates a sophisticated urban place for local citizens.

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Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore Project Commissioner China CITIC Urban Development & Operation Creator MUDA-Architects Team MUDA-Architects was founded both in Boston, USA and Beijing, China in 2015, whereafter Chengdu Office was established in 2017. MUDA is composed by creative designers with the background of global diversification, who are forward-looking, experienced, professional and ingenious in the field of architecture and design. We are committed to cutting-edge urban design, architectural design, interior design and art product design, etc. The project practice is diverse, providing excellent customer service and acclaimed design works. New York Design Awards 2020

In 2018, ‘Xinglong Lake Bookstore Architectural Creative Design Competition’ started to be open to the public entries. MUDA-Architects emerged as the winner among 20 finalists out of 249 candidates. Chengdu Tianfu New Area has been identified as a crucial node in the development of The Belt and Road Initiative and the Yangtze River Economic Belt. The design is built with an impressive overall quality by a collective design including architectural design, landscape design and interior design presented by MUDA-Architects. The conceived ‘book’ in architectural form would then be ‘read’by visitors as a space for reading and pondering with the closeness to nature.

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City Above The Clouds Project Commissioner Hangzhou Xihu Investment & Greentown Real Estate Creator gad Team Zhang Wei, He Zhen, Wu Xiaodong, Zheng Weijian

The project is located at the starting point of Hangzhou West Science and Technology Innovation Corridor, in the Zijingang area at the north of Sandun Town. It is adjacent to the AliCloud Valley, and close to Zijingang Campus of Zhejiang University, possessing huge potential for future development. The architects discarded the conventional design approaches, and integrated the natural environment with the unique temperament of the project site based on the needs of urban development, hence creating the ideal town for the future. The project adopts the conceptual planning system with the theme of ‘City Above The Clouds’. Four main buildings are stacked on double-storey circular commercial podium buildings respectively to form a central green park. The commercial space on the first floor has multiple entrances connected to the city, creating a vibrant, three-dimensional and open ideal city.

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Sky Yards Project Commissioner Private Owners Creator Domain Architects

Surrounded by unfinished building site, waste land and industrial sites, this 48-room hotel and restaurant complex in a small town is not blessed with a beautiful site. Fortunately, Taihang Mountain is visible from two major sides. Usually a hotel room would be designed as an outward box to maximize the view. We rejected the common model and reinvented the experience in a typical unit: a micro and private courtyard with a scroll-like view of the sky and the mountain, while the view below eye-level is blocked. The exterior image is also visually connected with the gables in local villages and the outline of the mountain.

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Toky Terrace Project Commissioner Toky Electrical Co Creator CE-ST Design Studio Team Chester Goh, Esther Li, Lin Xixi, Carson Huang, Sun Xilin, Ma Yiwen, Zhang Guannan

Toky Terrace is a twin tower, transit-oriented development (TOD) project nestled in the central plot of Zhongshan city. This design seeks to capture the essence of the gradually developing city while also providing an iconic benchmark for the development of the city. The towers are combined at various floor levels to create vertical sky gardens that fit in beautifully with the context of the mountains to the southern side creating a deeper sub-conscious sense of belonging to the city. The staggered retreating steps of each floor on the lower levels of commercial podium enrich the user experience while the green terraces provide a break in monotony and encourages communal interactivity through the platforms.

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Homewood campus student center Project Commissioner Johns Hopkins University Creator Bjarke Ingels Group Team BIG Shelpley Bulfinch as Architect of Record Rockwell Group for interior design Michael Van Valkenburg Associates for landscape design

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BIG is selected as the designer of the new Student Center for Johns Hopkins University; the result of a months-long international design competition led by a special advisory committee. The approximately 150,000sf building will include spaces for relaxation and socialization, creative and performing arts spaces, student resources and support services, lounges, a digital media center, a performance space with seating for 200 people, and a dynamic dining hall that connects directly onto a new plaza along Charles Street. The facility will satisfy the long-acknowledged need for a true non-academic gathering spot on the university’s Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Project Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation Creator Snohetta

Snohetta’s winning design for Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Competition is informed by the President’s personal reflections on the landscape, his commitment to environmental stewardship, and the periods of quiet introspection and civic engagement that marked his life. Snohetta’s winning design responds strongly to the brief set by the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation: THE PROJECT IS guided by three principles that embody the central values of T.R.’s life: Leadership, Citizenship, and Conservation. The challenge is to curate an experience that, by exploring the themes of T.R.’s legacy in these areas, influences participants on a personal level and invites them to contemplate what it means to be “Rooseveltian” in today’s world. The Library will need to wrestle with the complexity of T.R.’s public and private life, while still managing to impart a universally relatable and inspiring message to “dare greatly, think boldly, live passionately, and care deeply.”

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The Stadium of Tomorrow Project Commissioner National Geographic Creator Populous

For the July issue of National Geographic, and entitled ‘The Stadium of Tomorrow’, Populous has conceived a self-sustaining, highly connected and versatile arena that is more of an eco-village of sport and recreation than a traditional sports stadium. The vision capitalises on infrastructure required for a sports stadium, creating multi-use, multi-experiential ecosystem with a plethora of sports and recreation opportunities ranging from traditional field sports such as athletics, football and ice hockey to nontypical stadium sports such as extreme sports, sailing, surfing and e-sports. The vision extends as far as the stadium of tomorrow being a place where people live, work and play.

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Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Project Commissioner Pengzhou Bureau of Planning and Natural Resources Creator MUDA-Architects Team Yun Lu, Fan He, Jiandan Xu, Dian Rong, Chenyu Lv, Dan Ni, Ziqi Zhan, Shuran Jia, Rong Han

As the northwest traffic hub of Chengdu, Pengzhou has noticeably developed its Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Park. More than 90 pharmaceutical enterprises have been attracted to the TCM Park of Pengzhou due to its plantation of herbs. The Museum of TCM proposed by MUDA-Architects, locates in southern area of Pengzhou where the only route leading to the urban area passes by and the TCM Park starts to spread. Due to its dominant location, the museum is required to be designed as a prominent symbol visually and spiritually in order to break the stereotype of expanding the industrial park and promote the industry development in an innovative way. TCM stresses the harmony and correspondence between human and nature. It believes that humanity is a component of the entire nature which is constituted by ‘Yin’ and ‘Yang’ in dualism.

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Urban Anti-Catalysts Project Commissioner/Creator TungWei Construction Co., Ltd. Team Occur Architecture & Associates Motif Landscape

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When we measure the city, the scale should stay with the people, fitting the needs, actions and feelings of the people. Bulky buildings blur not only the skyline but also the right of use, blocking human interaction. So here in an old industrial park area, where the surroundings are. messy, we leverage simple materials, odd and even numbers of criss-cross pillars to set up 6m or 9m height of floors, paying tribute to the discourse of common ground in La Biennale di Venezia in 2012. The visual scale can be customized, and in the messy surrounds it’s like a yeast or a mirror that truly show the differences in real life.

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Qingyun Valley Visitor Center Project Commissioner Henan Shikeli Tourism Creator Domain Architects

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The most popular type of tourist centers in recent China is a large building on a large square. Rejecting this model along with its boring experience and impact on the environment, we move the site to the pond and brake the programs into a cluster of small volumes ‘floating’ on a platform elevated from the water. The volumes ‘float’ upward or ‘sink’ down according to the degrees of openness of their programs.

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Flying Project Commissioner/Creator Kris Lin International Design Team Jiayu Yang

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The project is located at Jiangyin city, the center of the Yangtze River Delta urban economic planning zone. We want to create an urban art experience center. The design inspiration comes from the “flying over the water surface”. We take the water from the Yangtze river to the landscape pool, and design two building blocks around the landscape pool. The two building blocks are connected by the emptying layer, and the gathering space is formed under the emptying layer, which can be used for public activities. And form the final architectural shape of a pair of flying wings.

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Leisure Complex of Zhongguancun Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Industrial Park Project Commissioner Shandong Zhongguancun Pharmaceutical Technology Development Creator Chunli Zhang Team Wei Sun, Zhen Ye, Yantong Zhou

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The Leisure Complex Center is located in the second phase of Zhongguancun Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Industrial Park, in a coastal city in North China called Weihai, in Shandong Province. The whole industrial park is divided into two areas, covering an area of 637 mu, with the south area covers an area of 380 mu, mainly about the production base of six kinds of pharmaceutical related products; and the north area covers an area of 257 mu, which is the pharmaceutical phase related product R & D and incubation base and supporting auxiliary facilities. This project is located just in the southwest corner of the industrial park, where is close to the west and south main streets. The landscape garden of the project covers an area of 39,478 square meters, while the building covers an area of 4522 square meters, which presents a low-density leisure comprehensive center in the high-density factory buildings.

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Kids Colorful Palette Project Commissioner Hsinchu County Jiafeng Non-Profit Preschool Creator WEI CHENG, LIN Architecture Firm

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The architect designed an ideal kindergarten based on the educational concepts and needs of children with correspondence on the historical culture of the site and its natural environment, integrated with the urban green belt space and water canal heritage of the site. Overall design realizes the connection between local community, living environment, education, heritage and kindergarten space creation. Each design detail is conducive to the cultivation of the core qualities of the children.

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Chengdong Elderly Nursing Home Project Commissioner Xiuwu County Bureau of Civil Affairs Creator Domain Architects

We rejected the conventional model of integrated building volume with its dorm-like living experience. Instead, all the private rooms are dispersed to the perimeter of the site, while all the public space and serving facilities, such as dining and recreation, are placed in the center. All the concrete volumes are connected by seamless paths covered by translucent material. Subsequently, these meandering corridors divide the site into many bamboo courtyards vary in size and shape, providing cozy stroll experience and evoking the ideal lifestyle in traditional Chinese garden culture.

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ARCHITECTURE - RESIDENTIAL - CONSTRUCTED

40 East End Avenue Project Commissioner Lightstone Group Creator Deborah Berke Partners Team Deborah Berke Partners Team: Deborah Berke: Partner Stephen Brockman: Partner Chris Yost: Senior Associate

Nestled within the Upper East Side’s quietly serene East End enclave, 40 East End overlooks the East River and is just steps from the intimately charming Carl Schurz Park. A modern interpretation of the area’s historic architecture, the 20-story tower grows from an articulated base, stepping back neatly as it rises. The textured façade, composed of charcoal and gray brick detailed with elegantly tailored hand-cast ornamentation, evokes an intended timelessness with a contemporary lens.

Key Collaborators: Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects: Architect of Record Lightstone: Developer Gunn Landscape Architecture: Landscape Architect

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Boulder house Project Commissioner Private Client Creator AtelierJun

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The Boulder House is a residential house for a client who puts privacy first in an area where securing privacy is difficult. To secure privacy, the architect minimized the windows except the direction to the garden in the east, and due to this, the building couldn’t have avoided looking especially massive. To make this rarely-seen characteristic of the building stand out, the architect planned it to look like one gigantic boulder. The architect took great pains in the selection of exterior finishing materials and construction methods to make the building look like one gigantic boulder, and the result is the boulderlooking house.

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Calm and Repose Project Commissioner/Creator L.C Interior Design + Chang Yu-Chih Architects Team Chi-Wei Lin, Yu-Chih Chang

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A home of natural quality, where is made of materials, does not simply contain the natural elements, but combines the features of local natural environment to sustain creatively. This design project showing the modern simplicity as the design style decorates the indoor space with the materials with simple and plain textures. The house decoration, without complex designs, has the great view to the gorgeous outdoor nature, thus creating a home omnipresent with laid-back ambience.

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Rachel House Project Commissioner He Weiqiu Creator CE-ST Design Studio Team Chester Goh, Esther Li, Sun Xilin, Lin Xixi, Carson Huang

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Rachel House is a contemporary villa that was designed to ensure an open environment for the family to interact and enjoy the central water courtyard on ground level while maintaining their own individual private space on the upper floor bedrooms. The clean and modern facade is derived from juxtaposing bedroom cubes where one can enjoy framed views out into the lush oriental-themed landscape garden. The double-volume living room, dining, and tea house open into the tranquility of the courtyard and the sound of flowing water.

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International Quantitative Investment Firm Project Commissioner Private Client Creator Unispace

A renowned investment firm’s modern office gives them an edge to help recruit top talent. We used our unique technology to create a space that showcases their brand and the cutting-edge nature of the firm to make them stand out amongst industry peers.

Team Hannah Hackathorn, Principal, Design Magdalena Smialek, Designer John Holman, Senior Project Manager

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INTERIOR DESIGN - CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL

Ovation Travel Group Project Commissioner Ovation Travel Group Creator Design Republic Team -Design Republic (Architect Company) -Neil Tucker (Lead Principal) -Barry Ludlow (Support Principal) -Sarah Breitkopf (Project Manager) -Brooke Luckock (Project Manager) -Anthony Vasquez (Project Architect) -Lea Berta (Project Designer) -RDA (MEP) -RDT (IT/AV/Security) -Lexington Gardens (Faux Plant Consultant) -Benhar Office Interiors (Furniture Dealer) -Benchmark Builders, Inc. (General Contractor)

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Ovation Travel Group, one of the largest independently owned travel management and luxury leisure travel companies headquartered in the U.S., moved its headquarters to Chrysler East in Midtown Manhattan to better accommodate the company’s continued growth. The new office at 666 Third Avenue was conceptualized and planned by New York’s Design Republic to be evocative of Ovation’s brand, people, and culture; and to provide enjoyable and innovative spaces to conduct business and entertain their clients. For Design Republic, it was imperative that the success of any design be founded in Ovation’s identity, who they are today and who they will be going forward. When exploring what that identity is, one theme became clear: connections. It was natural to our design process that we follow and celebrate these connections Ovation makes every day, along with interpretations of what we all love about the experience of a journey. New York Design Awards 2020


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Shiseido Americas Headquarters Project Commissioner Shiseido Creator HOK

The HOK-designed Shiseido Americas Headquarters, is an eight-floor vertical campus at 390 Madison Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, that encapsulates the firm’s history, sense of community, and reputation as global leader in beauty and innovation. Like all makeovers, the design process for the new headquarters began by establishing a strong foundation. Working closely with the client, HOK’s design team infused each floor with the Shiseido tenets of cohesion, transformation and the Japanese hospitality principle of omotenashi. Omotenashi can be translated as “touching the heart of the guest or customer.” It’s a hospitality principle that forms the basis of Shiseido’s business philosophy.

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Fusion Fitness·q-plex Premium Club Project Commissioner/Creator PONE Architecture

Design team based on the concept of ‘Brand DNA Evolution’, interprets and gives insights into the intrinsic motivation of fitness enthusiasts, bringing about an avant-garde movement, inspiration, concept and development. The design intends to regenerate the individual-based combination reaction in the fitness experience chain, restore the physical space and the sub-consciousness mind, i.e., the ‘Inner summoning’ of individuals. It is the topology, activation and reflection about future consumption value and the prototype of commercial entities.

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Simple New Fashion Project Commissioner Damo Creator Ideas Design Team Jia-Ru Chen

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Removing the gloomy and oppressive spatial ambience of general offices as in the old times, this design project deviates from the past to create an American industrial style, focusing on the joint conveyance of spatial fashion sentiment and vision for the venue, conducting interior design and the creation of spatial ambience via rational thoughts. Organizing the spatial rhythm and order through the adjustment and overlapping of the virtual and realistic relationship towards order as well as lights and shadows, thereby resulting in the trend and visual impressions.

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Once in A Blue Moon Project Commissioner Blue Moon Institute Creator Chih-Chieh Liu

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Once in a blue moon is a metaphor of this project; a moon that does not appear in regular calendar. its mysterious transparency and changeability describe the unique concept and bring out the imaginative space of the project. Three concrete blocks floating in the space represent the sense of mystery of the moon. Four circular wooden grill screens forms tow layer of sinusoid curves that can be freely rearrange represent the periodic and changeability of the moon.

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Boundless Project Commissioner/Creator YUN-YIH Design Company Team Chung-Lin Lee

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A journey has a beginning: so it has an end. But creative spaces differ. It all depends on whether the executor wants to give just a hint; or to strive for utmost detail. Built with the most humble of materials, it is nevertheless rich in the sensation of contrast and vastness. The performance is not about criticism, but sparing no effort between experiment and impromptu, or perhaps having no hesitation. Regardless, continuous good shows are still on the ascent.

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United Art Project Commissioner/Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang, Dan-Dan Zhang, Jia-Wei Too

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The simple but abstract paintings on the walls in sight act as the origin of the artistic ambience. It is a place for learning and for business operations, in which trust, sharing and enjoyment exist in harmony. The home of Face Design surmounts the arrangement of a regular office space with the fundamental model of a “United Office,” allowing for easier interaction and communication between people. Based on the idea of “Unity,” the work station is no longer the core of the office, but rather the interchanging spaces. Relaxing, versatile, fun and creative interchangeable spaces allow for more natural and volunteering work interactions.

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Lanshan Party K Project Commissioner Private Client Creator Hong Kong Feishang Design Team Kevin Cai, Fan Xu, Jun Chen

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Culture, which is currently the most popular among young consumers, to create a brand new and customized venue for private gathering with high-end facilities and party culture according to strict and professional standards. The design team undertakes the design work for the renovation of the old store on the first, fourth to sixth floors. With the main style reflecting modern technology, through the clash of ritualistic and dramatic senses to relieve the spatial tension atmosphere, it offers a more diversified space and an immersive experience for the consumers.

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Fuzhou Vanke Jinyu International Experience Center Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai Yuguo Decoration Design Team Chief Designer: Zhang Yu Designer: Luis Designer: Ella

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In Fuzhou, known as Rongcheng (a city of banyan trees), people used to gather under trees and chat, thus forming a nature-based village settlement culture. Focusing on the concept of ‘gathering’, IF DESIGN and WATERFROM create a social field where people can stay, gather and interact naturally through the architecture.

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Learning of Four Arts, Guests from Four Directions Project Commissioner Zhongliang Holdings Group Creator Wenzhou Chengshijian Architecture Design Consultants

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This project is located in Yiwu, Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province, China, which bears thousands of years of history. It not only was where the states Qi and Lu stood, but also has influences from Chu and Yue. All kinds of architecture, both old and new, form a well-proportioned texture of the city. The designers thus drew inspiration from the Yuan dynasty poem ‘Mountain Retreat’, combed through the ancient veins of the local history, carefully considered the location with mountains on its north, south, and east side, and refined the elegant delights of the literati of Yiwu. Through the process of deciphering and reconstructing, an elegant vintage feeling was shaped via including distant, unworldly Eastern aesthetics, embodying magnificent beauty and the spirit of ‘beyond the physical form’. Furthermore, the designers referenced the special spatial form that is ‘Guests from Four Directions’ and integrated scenery and humanities with life. Multiple aspects can be seen in all areas, and through poetry and culture, a ‘new Eastern landscape garden’ was fused. 47


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Leisure Journey of Nature Project Commissioner Chen Yan Construction Group Creator Shining Interior Decoration Design Co., Ltd.

The design project is for a reception center; cultural presence is adopted in the main space, while the three model houses are built in the styles of contemporary humanities and cultures, a modern flat, and contemporary neoclassical architecture.

Team Chao-Yen Chen, Pei-Jung Chen

The integrated space of contemporary and humanities has layouts including a 5-table meeting area, a model engineering building, a coffee table area, 2 VIP rooms, 3 model houses, a parent-child playground area, a demonstration of a shallow water well; it reveals a luxurious atmosphere of leisure in the rural area.

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Dimness Project Commissioner TAI-JUN Construction Creator Shining Interior Decoration Design Team Chao-Yen Chen, Pei-Jung Chen

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The rational division of space makes the design be integrated into life for an atmosphere of nature, taste, and style. As space used as a promotional center, it has a northern European style that is applied to the 4-table meeting area, the bar, the console, the BY table, the VIP room, the model engineering building, and the multimedia room as the introduction of a story. Besides, the other model houses are built in the modern new American style and the Italian simple style individually to demonstrate completely different atmospheres in the space.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL GALLERY - EXHIBITION

Focus Project Commissioner/Creator James Liang & Associates Limited Team Alisa Yu Melody Lau Jane Xiong

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This case, located in the city of Zhengzhou, integrates the style of art galleries into the sales center in the form of art and architecture. Applying the spatial structure and artistic installation, it hammers out a circulation with most memorable points to create a traveling experience for visitors. Contrary to the conventional square pattern, the space is designed under an arc-shaped planning, coupled with rays of light, to open up a circular skylight, where the rays are the view of the sky, gathering sunshine downward and gazes upward. As time goes on, the aperture changes accordingly.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL GALLERY - EXHIBITION

Weaving Light Project Commissioner Chuan Li Shih Yeh Ltd. Creator Lava -design Team Wen-Ching Wu, Zi-Jie Lin

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Loads of aesthetic ideas are implemented, suspending an artistic idea within the space to render the cultural art temperament, to depict dignified and conservative spatial expressions, where a few additions of pale colors perfectly replicates the spatial looks and elegant texture, attracting the eyesight and thoughts into the moments filled with artistic temperament and design aesthetics.

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The QUBE Hotel Jiangsu Xinjyi Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai X.Space Interior Design & Decoration Team John SunXue YuGavin Ye

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Xinyi, an ancient water town with a history of more than 1,000 years, boasts beautiful scenery by mountains and lakes. This case is inspired by the local natural landscape and cultural features. In the design language, it refines the dark red color scheme and layered spatial modeling. In the interior design, it highlights harmonious integration with architecture and landscape. And in the layout and arrangement of diversified types of rooms, it introduces exquisite detailed design and functional layout.

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G-COFFEE Nanjing Zifeng Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai X.Space Interior Design & Decoration Team John Sun, Gavin Ye, Suguo Ma

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G-COFFEE is located in the Gulou District of Nanjing City, an ancient capital of six dynasties with a profound cultural heritage. The G-COFFEE Cloud Shop is expected to be built into a theme cafe different from the traditional ones as a result of the design of a scene-oriented clean and fresh space, and turn into the city’s new memory and a location frequented by celebrities in the coffee circles.

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Cozy Sprit Spot Project Commissioner/Creator THTH Interior Design Team Chief Designer : Jing-Pei, Chen

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This compact, yet elegant bar blends modern along with traditional elements while welcoming clients into a warm, approachable up-to-date space. Drawing on stylistic themes of the Japanese Showa period and traditional European drinking establishments, this low-key, yet elegant space beckons the worka-day weary with its extensive curated collection of fine whiskeys and spirits to unwind with friends, colleagues or strangers at the bar or in the comfortable crushed blue velvet and rattan seating throughout this cozy space.

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Integration of Taiwanese and Japanese Aesthetics Project Commissioner Shijimaru Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurant Creator Zendo Design

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The site of Shijimaru conveyor belt sushi restaurant was originally a Japanese-style building that has been idle for years. The designer upholds the concept of ‘handling complexity by simplicity’ and interprets cultural sustainability. Showing the beauty of the old building through reinforcement methods to stabilize the structure. The building exterior draws the local landscape, using wooden louvers to embody the image of mountain and forest culture, thereby exploring the harmonious symbiosis between human and nature, the delicate light and shadow, and the Japanese ‘shaded’ thinking aesthetic. The receptionist is composed by sushi plates showing the characteristics of the conveyor belt sushi, and the dining area is decorated with Japanese taiko drums. The space with a smooth circulation is planned with a pre-dining area, seating area, private box and kitchen, and the rooms are divided with a semitransparent material with wooden louvers and different shapes of lanterns, giving an open visual experience. 55


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Bugu Bugu Kids Center Project Commissioner/Creator Zest Art

Bugu Bugu aspires to become an ideal destination for vacations far from the city life to the parents and their children.

Bugu Bugu aspires to become an ideal learning space for vacations far from the city life to the parents and their children. Within the ecological community environment, it aims to help a group of “wild children” grow vigorously, by means of creating different sharing space for children aged 5-12 to wake up their purest dreams.

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Aesthetics of the Modern Forest Project Commissioner/Creator Chun Fu Development

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This apartment building is located in the corner, and facing the waterfront of Touqian River. The overall design planning, it is hoped that this building can reflect the surrounding natural environment of the site and use a modern style to create a comfortable and relaxed yet elegant public space for the residents. The main residents are IT engineer and professionals, so that the design team takes into their preferences for a simple and elegant lifestyle, avoid using complicated elements, with clean and simple design techniques and appropriate materials, creating a durable and easy maintenance public environment.

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Arboriculture-Water Rhythm Project Commissioner Agile Group Creator Percept Space

The building is located in the Luxuriant Palace club, it takes place in the historical Suzhou city, the origin of the famed classical gardens, and Kunqu Opera. The project takes its cues from the classical garden living style, created to provide leisure entertainment to the city’s elites. A perfect blend of design elements, themed “habitatwater rhythm-arboriculture”, flow through the entire spatial design, materials, and decors, forming a new vision of modern Chinese style through infusing Chinese elegance, western demeanor, and modern quality in one, through expressions of postmodernism design techniques. The overall creation of the space is majestic and grand, brings out the harmonic mix of Chinese archaistic elegance and exquisiteness. Charm and ancient beauty align; Impression and creativity surround.

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Vanke Universe Art Museum Project Commissioner/Creator PONE Architecture

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We weaken the sales experience and create an all-inclusive immersive art space. The Design departs the logical relationship between the spatial dynamic and the theme story, plans out the urban pioneer exhibition dynamic and future life experience, activates the growth effect of urban organic and the regeneration energy of community, combines art images, triggers chemical reactions, calls out viewer’s perception fully, taps the interaction potential between people and space, and finally leads them to think about the rapid development of real cities and future trends.

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Poly Galaxy Land K3 Project Commissioner/Creator PONE Architecture

This project is positioning to build a warm home like galaxy, to help young people pursue and realize their dreams in this city. The space is created through flow and movement. Meteorite art installation, as the decorative modeling elements, attracts all the attention to the focal point itself, activates the whole space. We use the tangible way to interpret the internal invisible pulse and rhythm, explain the inner power of life, and perform its silent rhythm and flow. The artistic decoration creates spatial dynamic, forms a virtual visual of movement and emerges sensible flexibility.

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New Life Proposal Project Commissioner Private Creator Jinspace Team Yu Yen Chu

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The couple who own the old apartment, both of them lawyers, wish to realign its space in hopes that the new spatial layout can be in marked contrast with the old. The monotonous space is transformed into one that is both adaptable and open. By redesigning the space and its flow, not only does the space look more spacious, but more room can be put to use. Inspired by the owners’ profession and dressing style, our design team has made drastic changes in the layout and spatial arrangement. With cultured stone, blue hardwood walls and made-to-order line lamps on the wall, a distinctive, brand-new living space is customized.

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Modern Aesthetic of Curves Project Commissioner Private Creator Chinyu Design Team Marcus Lai

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The project is located in an iconic residential building in Zhubei, where high-tech industries congregate. It has a layout that fulfils the distinct individual needs of the couple who owns the residence. By combining a classic Japanese style with one that is modern and simple, an individualized style exuding warmth is fashioned. Its innovative design and fine construction approaches contribute to a unique new living space where family members bond and interact.

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Simple and Serene Project Commissioner/Creator Yujian.studio

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In order for art to infuse living spaces, it was not merely to display art in space but to frame the visuals of artwork in synergy with floor plan, circulation and functional layout, as well as color, texture and the artistic semantics of the collection. The overall space is anchored on stern and simple colors in line with the bold nature of the paint work of the ceramic bringing beholders a sense of aesthetics transcending the ordinary and the mundanity, while uplifting their souls and spirits.

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Slow Living Project Commissioner/Creator L.C Interior Design Team Chi-Wei Lin

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Japanese Zen style as the design principle of this interior design project develops a natural, plain and slow-living atmosphere, in which people can sit spontaneously and feel the warm embrace by natural elements. The home with a transition from a door can swiftly convert stress and pressure from work into a slow-living lifestyle with inner peace.

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A Serene Hideaway Project Commissioner Mei Huang Creator Yunz Interior Design Group

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The client’s original expectation for this project is a private hidden space for the couple in the city. “Although the Zen style in Kyoto is good, it is a bit old” reveals that the client is looking forward to a residence with an exquisite Japanese design and a modern style. After understanding the client’s needs, the designer integrated the industrial style with a Japanese-style that met the client’s expectations, and created a unique minimalist and modern sense of residence.

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A Tribute to Sensibility with Sense Project Commissioner Residence of Bjørno - The City Chief by YI-Cheng Group Creator Yann Lin Interior Design Team Nelson Song, Design Director. Robert Hung, Chief Interior Designer. Chih Hsun Huang, Interior Designer.

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The project presents a space with a sense of simplicity and a contemporary vibe. The beauty of natural materials in the place enhanced by the lighting design of subtle and balance creates a spatial equilibrium through sensibility and sense. The client is from Denmark and wishes to bring in the concept of Hygge to the design. With a focus on spiritual contentment and well-being, Hygge believes in coziness and conviviality. It is the Hygge belief that respect for nature is the way to deal with everyday life. While bringing in the concept of Hygge, the space is designed with corners of coziness, which is the focus of the space. The space has beautiful corners and areas, which creates subtle and elegant layers of space. The space planning echoes the philosophy of Hygge, allowing the client to enjoy the warmth and joyfulness coming home.

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Bathing Light Project Commissioner Chuan Mu Jian She Kai Fa Ltd. Creator Lava -design Team Wen-Ching Wu, Shi-Jie Zhang

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An artificially designed lifestyle is for the endeavors in creating a better state of life. Through the volume design and layout planning, the boundaries between the internal and external layouts are blurred, fusing to become the every-day scenery, allowing the homeowner to relocate here while embracing the wonderful memories from the past, to continue with their stories in the future.

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Fashionable Manhattan Project Commissioner China Overseas Holdings Ltd. Creator Face & Associates Inc. Interior Design Team Li Zhang, Shu Li, Meng Chen, Zi-Yan Wu

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The unique temperament of modern aesthetics is the theme of fashion and art. The perfect combination of colors, materials, lights and shadows reproduces unique aesthetics. In the atmosphere filled with fashionable Manhattan, the walls in the space are of individual characteristics. The designer chose large format tiles with natural patterns as the decorative materials for the walls in the living room, which form a perfect correspondence with the abstract paintings on the opposite wall. The primitive natural texture created from the stone materials and the hollowed visual effects sculpted by the wooden grids are the abundance to the spatial details, while the customized chandelier hanging in the air as well as the mottled lights and shadows sprinkling down from the ceiling rather added some romantic softness to the rational and precise proportions.

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Harmonious Symphony Project Commissioner/Creator WENJOY Interior Design Team Wan-Yu Wu / Chu Su / Ji-Shiou Lin

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The residential design project “Harmonious Symphony” has a spacious space of 436-squaremeters. The design team takes the professional background of the client and uses the ocean as the design inspiration. Through carving, woodwork and line changes, the image of the ocean and the spray is portrayed into the room. Combined with the restaurant-like spatial pattern that the client love, create a diverse residential space. The public area extends from the entrance area. The excessive depth of the floor and the wall that can freely control privacy. The designer uses flexible visual authorities to bring a progressive richness. Each bedroom is installed along with the arc-shaped aisle. The hidden door design allows each bedroom to maintain privacy. In addition, each room is equipped with an independent bathroom and dressing space to achieve a “hotel-style” space design in reality.

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Freedom of Slow Living Project Commissioner/Creator JPD Interior Design Team Wen-Cheng Chen Han-Tsung Hsueh Yuan-Huang Liao Yu-Ling Wu Yen-Ju Wang

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In view of the hustle and bustle of the urban life, the design team was inspired by the concept of re-starting a life of fun, while satisfying the social needs of the client for the weekend, along with spatial layout that created independent reading and meditating area, as well as interactive zones for family interactions. The design adopted the modern light classical styling, extended from the design of the exterior and lobby so as to allow the interior and architecture to echo each other.

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One Riverside Mansion Project Commissioner SUNAC Creator Shanghai yuemeng design Team Meng Yue, Shu-Guo Xue

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The design started with time. Based on ‘blue’ as the main feature, the designer left the space blank with a unique storytelling technique, building a space with modern style and ancient Chinese characteristics. Located by The Grand Canal riverside, an advantageous location inheriting thousands of years of culture, this design project presents the rich history. The canal that has been flowing quietly for thousands of years helps the nature and human landscape be cultivated; it connects in all directions of the country, being praised by people down the ages.

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The Shine of Sustainable Architecture Project Commissioner/Creator Kaifeng Team KAITI CHANG / Chieh Lin

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In this elegant and monochromatic space, the design team used laser cutting engraved metal plates, marble walls, imported floor tiles and other materials to create a modern and warm home environment. The open design of the public area and the floor-toceiling windows visually enlarged the spatial scale and also create a more natural and comfortable homey atmosphere. The special curved TV wall and sofa bring out the warmth of the wooden texture, and the choice of bricks, and the large floor-toceiling windows create a warmer atmosphere for the minimalist home style, while the ingenious detail design, smooth circulation, and noble and elegant furniture combination enhance the living quality of the residents.

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The Home for a Brand New Start Project Commissioner/Creator PONE Architecture

This is a renovation project. The owner is a professional woman and looks after her daughter independently. Time and space are important to improve life efficiency.

Before transformation, low space utilization rate, only 55%. Limited space for her daughter to grow up and space for her hobbies. After transformation, space utilization rate increases, by reorganizing functions distribution, extending living space, designing hobbies area, and using the vacant space to be a guest room in a composite way. we exchange space for life time, improve life quality and take all-round needs into account.

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Greentown · Magnificent Residence Show Flat Project Commissioner Greentown China Creator Decoration design: Qiran Design Group Team Chief decoration designers: Zhang Hua, Lu Wei

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The project is a show flat of an upscale residential development named Greentown · Magnificent Residence in Hangzhou, China. Drawing on the fascinating scenery and profound culture of the city and adjoining a 300,000 square-meter urban complex, the development boasts a prosperous surrounding environment and a serene interior atmosphere. The design team was entrusted to conceive the show flat. Through adopting a natural design approach and combining simple, elegant tones with exquisite decorations, the design team created a serene and peaceful living space.

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Light and the woodhouse Project Commissioner/Creator Caipin Interior Design

Surrounded by the tranquility of wood and bathed in light, the house unleashes the infinite potential of space.

The mix and match of a variety of materials can bring a sense of majestic to the house in concise design style from a sophisticated aesthetic perspective. Enter the wooden corridor following the guidance of lights. The chase scene of light and shadow is the first thing that comes into view. The open layout adds depth to the space, allowing the room to be as profound as a poem.

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Resplendent Glimmer of Rock Project Commissioner Chunangyang Construction Creator ShiuanYuan Group Team Wen-Kai Chen

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This design project demonstrates the spatial taste via Italian modern style, with a neutral grey tone as the main theme, utilizing various types of materials to present the unique dignified and conservative impressions of grey through mutual stacking of different materials, including solid wood, padded cover, stone, glass, spray paint and art decorative materialsÖetc., while the furniture and lighting fixture reflect the house owner’s unique personality, devoting to create a scenario story filled with art and culture.

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Texture of One’s Sphere Project Commissioner Private Creator ZhuChuan Interior Design Team Yu Kun Shih

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The spatial tonality of Texture of One’s Sphere is characterized by low color saturation, with a clever positioning of stone, hardwood, and tawny glass. A living space for total relaxation of the body, the mind and the spirit is thus created, which is indeed thoughtful and vital to an owner who lives a fastpaced life working in the high-tech industry.

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The Dreamer Base Project Commissioner Leo Wang Creator Yunz Interior Design Group

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For being more independent, the client communicated with his parents so as to moving out from the house that he used to live with them which not only means his self-responsibility but also a new turning point in life. The young client who majors in Film have just finished overseas study, therefore, the designer wanted to build a place where he could chase his dream without holding back. The style of the building is mainly based on the opinions of the client who pursues industrial style and ornamented with classic style preferred by the client’s father which made the place rather unique.

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Home to Modern Art Project Commissioner/Creator Mick Space Interior Design Team Li-Ching Lin, Chih-Hao Chiu, Nick

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The simplified sophistication of modern sentiment and the ratio aesthetic sense accentuate the glory of classic artwork, planning the closely related lifestyle between art and life. Enter the wooden corridor following the guidance of lights. The chase scene of light and shadow is the first thing that comes into view. The open layout adds depth to the space, allowing the room to be as profound as a poem.

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Lead-Washed Project Commissioner/Creator Yun-Yih Design Company Team Chung-Lin Lee

The unpredictable cloud lines that smudge the space. A single surface that stretches with its ripples and the oversized mosaic of old pieces behind the dining table enrich the layers within the tableau. The luster from the blue velvet sofa and metallic dining chairs are like the Summer Triangle, a fascinating existence in every way. The simple point, line and plane remove any immature posturing and reveal the most realistic plot before the focused lenses of the protagonist. Every upward, horizontal and downward look rides upon the wings of the horizon, flying into the personal theater of the imagination.

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Rhythmic Geometry Project Commissioner Fudushin Development Creator K.E.A. Creative Inc. Team Iuan Kai Fang

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Project is located in a new residential building close to Lungshan Temple in Taipei. Its neighboring area used to be the most important commercial part of Taipei, steeped in history. As a residence that can meet the needs of a modern life, the design not only serves to retain interaction among family members to enhance solidarity and bond, but innovate use of the space. By combining diverse materials, designing a modern style and upgrading technical approaches, a blueprint for an ideal family life is laid out for its homeowner.

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Corner Paradise Project Commissioner/Creator Zendo Design

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Recently, the heat island effect has intensified, and the temperature in cities has also increased. For this, the designer expect that the role of building houses is not to take away green space, but to adopt a friendly and ecological design method to bring natural greenness into the city and find the perpetual relationship of “human, space and environment”, so that the living behavior of mankind has a kinder and more beautiful intention. This case is located in the prosperous street corner of Chiayi, Taiwan. In order to greatly improve the privacy of the residence and simultaneously maintain good lighting, ventilation, and depth of field conditions, the designer has cited the concept of “internal scene implantation” and centered on the courtyard to allow the single building to be surrounded.

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Tranquil Home Project Commissioner/Creator L.C Interior Design + Chang Yu-Chih Architects Team Chi-Wei Lin, Yu-Chih Chang

New York Design Awards 2020

This design project showing the atmosphere of space by means of the modern simple style creates a soothing and tranquil residence with the calm and composed colors. The simple and low-key design clears out the barrier among spaces, in which the affection spreading in the house binds the family whose natural and heart-warming interactions become the most enticing scene in the tranquil home.

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The Hospitable Villa House Project Commissioner/Creator Wos Design Team CHAO, CHIA HSIEN HAN, SHIH HIS

This villa house is halfway up the hill. It’s a four-floor building with 730 square meters covered the indoor space. The home owner couple and their son live here. And they always invite other family members and siblings to the villa house for holidays. To meet the needs of the house hosts, not only for family gatherings but for business parties, they specially plan a banquet area, which includes kitchen, guest lounge and a VIP room, located on the B1 floor (garden level.) On the 1st floor, there are parking space, porch and a rest space. On the 2nd floor, there are four guest rooms, mainly for relatives when they come to visit. And the entire 3rd floor is designed for the home owners, including study room, master bedroom, dressing rooms and private restroom. Overall, the home owners as well as the designer wants to make sure all of the spaces are fully functioning, and all the guests will be well taking care of during their stay.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL - VILLA

Domain of Tranquility Project Commissioner/Creator SAN.O Interior Design Team CHIU,CHIUNG-YING CHANG,KENG-YAO

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When the building is surrounded by shimmering water and greenery, the design is no longer a decoration, but complies with the environment, that is to say, arranging the pattern, and manifesting the beauty of the environment to its maximum. “Domain of Tranquility” as a single family house, employing black and white colors on its exterior in order to create a meaningful and significant feeling which is the core concept of the design. The whole space is painted in crystal clear white, accompanying with the natural sunlight and the open space flow constructing a picturesque residential which makes people want to stop and lingering.

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Dream Shadows Project Commissioner/Creator yu chu interior design

The lines developing the calm atmosphere of a simple space, with the colors and materials, make out life happy.

Team Chih-Chieh Tien, Tsung-Han Teng

The duplex apartment, of this design project, exposes the simple Japanese style, where concurrently has the heartwarming charm of Japanese delicacy and ingenious ideas of simple life. The designer, who is observant to aesthetics and life, shows the just-right skills bringing about the delicate textures of spaces where reveal the simple and wonderful ordinary life. This is the home showing every wonderful moment of life. The bright indoor space, as fascinating as a beautiful land in a forest, elegantly exposes the plain elements of daily life. The raving features in the home, where distinctly shows the delicate textures in the dim space, is gracefully alluring.

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Magnolia Lake Villa Project Commissioner/Creator Guang Zhou Dimension Interspace Design

Magnolia Lake Villa is a four-story private house with a sunken courtyard, totalling 1,200m2 in gross floor areas. The design team has made a detailed design to plan and create the whole space as per the preferences of the family members. The space mainly follows the modern light luxury style, concise and steady. It largely applies the white, champagne gold, and dark brown tones, suffused with comfortable warmth. The space mainly applies natural materials with classical implications. The use of wood veneer and natural marble add more comfort to the living space. The living room walls use the fishbelly gold and latte brown marbles, creating a luxurious texture. The TV wall applies white grained marbles to make the space look more hierarchical. The furniture, adopting the modern light luxury style, is harmoniously fit together with layers of materials and colors.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Niche Shop of CEDRUS Project Commissioner/Creator Design Plus Design

The space keeping old structure effect expressing the archaeological style, it regards one wall as a barrier, and other mottled wall is torn by a kind of traction force. As like a cracked world of ruins, also is a connection point of space. When the walls are torn up and down, this action was called “INVISIBLE TRACTION FORCE” in this space. therefore, to forming a special multi-dimensional space. Designer hope the space full of power and energy that why what they created.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Hi-Q Project Commissioner/Creator Fiefdom Conformity Design Limited Company

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The client of this project started from fish farming, that later, using biotechnology development patents and investing in brown algae research, gradually developed a full range of brown algae brands, hoping to build the first platform in Taiwan that combines brown algae life experience and social services. Before starting the planning of “Hi-Q Brown Algae Pavilion”, the design team thoroughly studied the concept of the brand and the purpose of space management, and took “experience” as the core concept, through the “multiple integration” design method and smooth and harmonious space narrative, the two-story venue is connected in series to the exhibition center, gourmet restaurant, member classroom and R&D office. In addition, in terms of aesthetic presentation, it draws on the client ’s fish farming experience and the characteristics of brown algae.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Reversal Project Commissioner/Creator YUN-YIH Design Company Team Chung-Lin Lee

The space is surrounded by high concrete walls and a concealed entrance, leaving only a horizontal opening on top of the wall, through which you can see the indoors starlight. Inside and outside contain two separate walls, apart yet related. The hanging tree trunk casts a shadow like a spider’s web, a metaphor for the experimentalism in this project, and gently shattering the myth of brand names. The employment of cement, brick, recycled material, nude material, burnt curtains and such, is the hope to reclaim the starting point of the designer’s belief in craftsmanship and no compromise, and to redefine the meaning of beauty.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Gift Shop Project Commissioner/Creator EDGE Interior Design Limited Team Established in Macau in 2008, EDGE interior design limited provide comprehensive and integrated range of interior design services covering every aspect of delivery for residential & hospitality. In this competitive market, we prospered through a foundation of passion, creativity and service.

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The World need more fun under this global pandemic. As a souvenir shop under the new hotel Lisboeta Macau, owner try to take a different approach to others, this store in inspired from the amazing ambiance of Circus atmosphere, to allow their customer with a different shopping experience: Cheer and Fun.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Kunming Jinglan Mansion Project Commissioner/Creator Serendipper Team Liyuan Zhang Jianxin Liu Qingsong Li

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The case is located in Kunming, Yunnan, the hometown of colorful clouds in China, where it is like spring all the year round with beautiful scenery. Based on its superior natural and climate environment, the design team integrates the local elements, taking the skylight with cloud shadow and the subtle fragrance floating as the theme to extend the overall space design concept. Through the combination of light and shadow, circulation design and soft outfit collocation, a sales space with modern, relatively natural and elegant style is hereby created to highlight the spatial characteristics while echoing with the local culture.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Greenland Global Healing District Project Commissioner/Creator G-Art Architecture and Interior Design

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Greenland Global Healing District is a real estate sales center located in Xining City, Qinghai Province, China. Greenland Global Healing District is developed with the theme of “Coffee Life Pavilion” to create an experience pavilion that conforms to the urban modern lifestyle.

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Suning Sandal Wood Project Commissioner/Creator G-Art Architecture and Interior Design

SUNING SANDAL WOOD is a real estate project located in Nanjing, China. G-Art Architecture and Interior Design is in charge of the interior design of the real estate sales center.

The design is inspired by the “Han Xizai Night Banquet” by Gu Hongzhong, a famous painter in the Southern Tang Dynasty. The designer integrates the design concept of luxury hotel, uses the most simple materials to create a novel, artistic and dramatic space scene in a natural form.

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Less Is More Project Commissioner/Creator Shenzhen Asymptote Architectural Design Co., Ltd. Team Chief Designer: Yang Song Designer: Zhou Yu Designer: Wang Maoyu

This project, Huahong Shi Dai Jiu Zhu, located in the center of Wenling City, presents the trend of simplicity and cleanliness in the language of space design. It replaces complex elements with geometric artistic installations, leaving abundant blank space in the rooms, where light grows in harmony with space, and expresses the artistic conception of space that “simplicity” is “minus”. The columns, art pebbles and black art products contain a possibility of infinite artistic interpretation in the surface of geometric logic. Gray marble ladders and black handrails extend upward in straight and curved ways, like a path leading to the hall of art, and create a simple, avant-garde artistic conception of space.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SALES CENTER

Zonhow • 5Fook International Sales Center Project Commissioner Zonhow Real estate Creator Rumo Interior Design Team Jason Chen, Henry Cui, Ethan Zhu, Caesar Chen

Situated in the center of Qianjiang New Town, Hangzhou, China, Zonhow • 5Fook International is a world-class urban complex that integrates corporate headquarters, business exhibitions, offices and residences. The project is its sales center. The design team has been impressed by the elegance and poetic romance of Hangzhou, and is well-versed in the essence of Jiangnan (the region south of the Yangtze River) aesthetics. Taking “urban living room” as the design concept, the designers blended humanistic charm of Jiangnan Region with modern design languages, and integrated commercial and artistic value of this urban space. Arcs and curved surfaces were utilized to generate a sense of layering and tension in the space. The project takes comprehensive consideration into architectural appearance, functional division and business forms. It explores aesthetics that goes beyond commercial logic and the function of sales center.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM OR FLAGSHIP

Lingering Happiness Project Commissioner/Creator Ideas Design Team Jia-Ru Chen

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This design project is for a commercial space selling system furniture. A modern and dignified spatial ambience has been sculpted while inheriting the image created by the brand. The designer was devoted to the detailed designs, enhancing the existing solemnness and mellowness of this space while also embracing more style tones.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM OR FLAGSHIP

Quality Arena Project Commissioner Tai Ywan International Creator Hengyueh Design

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Because the client demands to display high-quality and diverse tile materials through the space, the designer combined the brand’s image and products in the modern design, thus creating a gorgeous and elegant exhibition and sales space. The overall space is created with lively color tones, warm wood elements, soft lighting design, smooth planning, and a transparent view pattern. The multi-functional bar area further highlights the characteristics of the product and highlights the brand characteristics. Against the background of the grille, it demonstrates its unique taste and practices the principles of quality and environmental beauty that the company has always emphasized.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RETAIL

Neighborhood Goods - Chelsea Market Project Commissioner/Creator Neighborhood Goods Team Co-founders: Matt Alexander, Mark Masinter Designers: Mari and Marissa

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Neighborhood Goods is a 4,500-square-foot space in Chelsea Market in the Meatpacking District. The company, cofounded by Matt Alexander and Mark Masinter, reimagines the brick-and-mortar shopping experience for the digital age. The idea is to give both digitally native startups and established companies a space to introduce their products to customers.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Guangzhou COHL · The Riverside Project Commissioner SecondNature Creator COHL Team Songke/Huang Wenhui

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We are living in the wave of the era. The world is big and we are small. With busy work, mechanized life, and the pressure of contemporary society, we want to escape desperately. It is difficult to find a balance between life and work. Facing the exhausting life, only by creating a landscape residence that meets the needs of life, can it bring a touch of warmth to the urban people who are alienated from life. The designer takes forest, bird’s nest, and birds in the park as design elements, takes ‘parks, life, scenes, immersion, care, emotion, and quality’ as the core of the design, and reshapes the relationship with the family and neighborhood with the high-quality landscape design.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Greenland Hongkong Intercity Space station, Guangde Project Commissioner/Creator Shanghai Wubei Landscape Design Team Wubei Shanghai Studio

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This project is located in an old city which name is Guangde in China. There is a river called Wuliang xi (the mother river of Guangde County). So we took the river as the design inspiration. We extracted its winding shape, and formed the design element symbol of this project after decomposition and reorganization. We formed the characteristic memory point using the deduction of modern design techniques. Our mission is to let everyone find their own aesthetic lives.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Agile Kylin Mansion Landscape Project Commissioner Agile Group Creator Guangzhou S.P.I Design Team Cheng Yang, Huiying Chen, Guiping Liu, Zhongyang Li, Zhengguang Chang

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The project is a landscape design of a high-rise residential community, which includes the property’s demonstration area open to the public. The design embraces the new Chinese style, accessible luxury quality, and exclusive customization, so as to meet the needs of customers with all-round ages, sharing ecology, safety, and health. In the design of Agile Kylin Mansion Landscape, we fully absorb the unique oriental “Poetic Garden Culture” and the historical, cultural heritage of the River, creating rare, noble, natural, and low-density “panoramic garden” products to achieve the harmony between human and nature.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Rye In The Valley Project Commissioner Agile Group Creator L&A Design

Set by the foothill of a mountain in Yunnan province, Rye In The Valley is a Chinese style, heart -warming residential community by the scenic terrace slopes, where the core elements of mountains, spring water, and stones penetrate through the design concept.

Team Mucong Li, Yong Xie, Rong Zhou, Jian Xu, Yunxiang Xiao, Fang Fan, Ming Wang

Focusing on strengthening the spiritual bonding between human and nature, welcoming facilities such as leisure pavilion, vast green lawns, alleyways, and courtyards, are designed to cultivate and embrace community living.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island Project Commissioner/Creator Ding Yong Culture Creativity Ltd. Team Netizen Productions Co., Ltd. Wang, Ming-Hsien / Taku Shinyama doT & associates / Hide Lin Serendipity Studio / Tseng, Ling-Li Houli Feng, Cheng Tsung Nobuyuki Sugihara / Hsieh, Kun-Lin REN Architects / Jiann-Jyh Wu, Yuan-Ru You

With the concept of a planning team by a group of architects and artists, the creators use their own life experience to read the context of Taiwan from the mountains to the woods; under the cross-domain, cross-generational and residents’ collaboration of Taiwan and Japan curatorial teams, the possibility of experimenting with natural and ecological materials with wood materials, combined with agricultural regeneration, in contrast to the past display mode of a large number of uniformly manufactured lighting products, it is possible to disassemble and assemble the lighting group and return to the community and return to the earth after the event, another kind of landscape Aesthetics “New Taiwan Lantern Festival”.

Yuan-Ru You doT & associates Hide Lin

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Pelé Soccer Times Square Project Commissioner Carlton Architecture Creator Lilker Lighting Group

In bustling Times Square, New York, NY, cinema history has been preserved and transformed as an inviting retail sports store. Dark became light as designers navigated stringent landmark requirements, turning restriction into opportunity.

Team David Cyr, LC, MIES, IALD Suzie Lee, IES, Associate IALD

New life is breathed into this historic-landmarked theatre interior in the heart of Times Square, transformed from a dimly lit movie palace to a vibrant sports retail experience. The fan experience begins as shoppers enter a stadium tunnel, are led through a hall where namesake sports memorabilia fill displays where posters once announced coming attractions, and emerge onto center field. While AstroTurf and goalposts have replaced seating for moviegoers, spectators still line tiered stands to catch the big show on a sports Jumbotron above a stage once home to the silver screen.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

2020 Penghu Bay International Light Festival Theme Area Project Commissioner Jyrfang Artwork Project Design Creator Li Chen Peng Team Penghu National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Jyrfang Artwork Project Design Art Curator:Li Chen Peng

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The 2020 Penghu International Bay Light Festival is an art exhibition that uses light as the medium. It uses local humanities, landscapes, and ocean elements to introduce the design content of the light district, using art installations, multimedia images, water dancing, and interactive experiences to present the most beautiful of Penghu Bay Style. Penghu is located in the Taiwan strait and is composed of 90 islands, so it produces a unique landscape. The theme area combines the characteristics of Penghu, adds technology, culture and art, it takes light as the main axis to present the beauty of the ocean. The theme area takes the ancient legend of Penghu Mermaid as the protagonist, combined with the water dance performance at sea level, presents the theme of “Song of the Island”. The main light work of Mermaid up to 8 meters and the water dance show of 10,000 square meters are presented at night the gorgeous vision out of the ocean.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Light Weaving Project Commissioner/Creator Golden Eagle International Lighting & Engineering Team Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government Golden Eagle International Lighting and Engineering HTLD Optical Art Aesthetics Design Artist: Chih Liang Liu (Sammy Liu) Artist: Sz Wei Li

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Combing weaving techniques of the indigenous people in Taiwan, the production team wants to present an image that sunlight at dawn penetrates the spider web and create fantastical lights effects like a dream catcher. The production team tries to bring those delicate weaving artworks outdoor for the audience to have new experiences.

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LIGHTING DESIGN

Taishin International Bank HQ Holiday Decoration Project Commissioner Taishin International Bank Creator Alchelight Lighting Design

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Taishin International Bank HQ located at Renai road is headquartered in the heart of Taipei’s financial district. The project promotes digital innovation which replicates the modernization of the finance sector, presenting a digital avant-garde that intertwines tradition with technology. Using the Roman Amphitheatre as our design concept, a spectacular decoration is created that centers on the glass panels of the main structure, illuminating the entire skyline.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Norton Art+ Project Commissioner Norton Museum of Art Creator Local Projects Team Local Projects Norton Museum of Art

What happens when a traditional art museum brings individual works of art to life through digital interactivity? The Norton Art+, a new augmented-reality (AR) iPad app, helps visitors more deeply engage and create with featured contemporary artworks, informed by the work’s form and the artist’s process. From Nick Cave’s Soundsuits, to Ugo Rondinone’s whimsical faces in the Norton’s Sculpture Garden, the Norton Art+ app goes beyond simply adding a layer of digital information over the works by empowering visitors to create and install new virtual artworks inspired by the museum’s collection. The app allows visitors to explore creative and educational content tailored to six key contemporary artworks in the museum’s collection. A unique interaction has been created for each artwork, informed by the work’s form and the artist’s process.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Colors of Life Project Commissioner/Creator Howfun International Co., Team TSAI,HSIN-MO HSIAO,YU-HSUAN LIN,CHIA-YU Chiayi City Government

Life is a colorful process filled with various experiences. A wonderful and colorful life can be made if every experience represents a color and pieces it together. Land as the canvas and light as the ink to create a conversation between light and land. Drones gather together and build up to three rotating circles, representing the start of life, everything connected to us, and dying with no regrets, respectively. Diamond stands for the shape of life. We need to be taken care of when we are born and we face the same situation when we get old. The whole process is like a diamond- the start and the end both return to the same place.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Messages for the City Project Commissioner/Creator Times Square Arts / Poster House / Print Magazine / For Freedoms

Times Square Arts, Poster House, Print Magazine, and For Freedoms have launched a citywide public art campaign featuring artist-designed PSAs and messages of love, gratitude, and solidarity with New York City’s health care and essential workers.

Team Ola Baldych, Pablo Medina, Seymour Chwast, Pablo Delcan, Matt Dorfman, Milton Glaser, Jessica Hische, Joe Hollier, Mirko Ili, Maira Kalman, Ross MacDonald, Bobby Martin and Jennifer Kinon, Richard McGuire, Debbie Millman, Emily Oberman and Lorenzo Fanton, Gemma OBrien, Edel Rodriguez, Paul Sahre, Paula Scher and Jeff Close, Klaas Verplancke, Strick&Williams, Zipeng Zhu, John Kudos

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URBAN DESIGN

DineOut NYC Project Commissioner/Creator Rockwell Group Team Founder and President: David Rockwell, FAIA Leadership: Joan MacKeith and Matthew Winter, RA, LEED AP Project Manager: Diane Hang Nguyen Interior Designer: Katie Gillespie Team: Beth Bowles, Stephen Croke, Michael Dereskewicz, Logan Dumont, Liam Innes, Marvin Pelayo Lopez, Michael McCarty, Morgan Moore, Francisco Rocha and James Waterhouse Field Team Volunteers: Rockwell Group Staff

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Dining out and restaurants are an essential component of civic life. They provide us with places to gather with friends, family, and colleagues, and are drivers of economic activity in their communities. From small, everyday establishments to more formal venues for special events, restaurants attract people from the community and beyond, contributing greatly to the overall feel and ambience of a neighborhood, while creating foot traffic and gatherings that are the very fabric of New York City.

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URBAN DESIGN

River Street Waterfront Project Commissioner Two Trees Managment Creator BIG & James Corner Field Operations Team Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels & Daniel Sundlin Project Manager: Tony Saba Shiber Project Leader: Max Moriyama & Shane Dalke Team: Agla Sigridur Egilsdottir, Andreea Gulerez, Bell Cai, Bernardo Schuhmacher, Charlotte Chan, Christopher Tron, Danna Lei, Douglass Alligood, Jakub Kulisa, Jamie Larson, Janie Green, Ji-Young Yoon, Kevin Pham, Melissa Jones, Nicholas Reddon, Terrence Chew, Tracy Sodder, Xi Zhang, Yeling Guo, Yerin Won, Yushan Huang.

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BIG and landscape architecture firm James Corner Field Operations have revealed plans for a mixeduse development on the waterfront in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with a beach that could protect the shoreline from flooding. River Street Waterfront Master Plan was created by the duo for a plot on Williamsburg’s waterfront that is owned by developer Two Trees.

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URBAN DESIGN

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership Project Commissioner Downtown Brooklyn Partnership Creator Bjarke Ingels Group & WXY Team Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner & Creative Director, BIG Claire Weisz, Principal-In-Charge WXY architecture + urban design (WXY)

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The primary focus of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (DBP) is to enhance Downtown Brooklyn’s position as a viable mixed-use commercial, cultural, academic and residential center through the implementation of a series of redevelopment projects and the administration of programs and services that promote economic growth and improve local business conditions and quality of life.

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

LIFEWTR Series 9: Art of Recycling Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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Since its inception, LIFEWTR has always been a brand that both carves out a distinct space in the hydration category and impacts the art community and society on a global scale. LIFEWTR provides a premium bottled water experience by fusing creativity and purpose, serving as a source of both inspiration and hydration.

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

Planet Word: The World’s First Voice-Activated Museum of Language Project Commissioner Planet Word Creator Local Projects Team Local Projects BBB Architects Solomon Group Hypersonic

Planet Word is a new, interaction-first museum exploring the way language shapes the human experience. Housed inside one of Washington DC’s National Historic Landmarks, the museum features wonders like a smart paintbrush that lets visitors “paint with words” and voice recognition experience allowing visitors to come face to face with 30 native speakers and signers, rendering the unique characteristics of their languages unforgettable. One of the most spectacular experiences in the museum uses a projection-mapped sculpture of 1237 words to tell the story of English as a continually evolving lexicon, shifting and growing as it encounters and embraces the world. Despite opening during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Planet Word exceeded expectations, with visitors enthusiastically booking tickets in advance for a reduced-capacity experience that put visitor safety first.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY

Trimble X7 and Perspective 3D scanning solution Project Commissioner/Creator Trimble Team The Trimble X7 Scanning System had an international project team of 50+ Trimble employees including product management and marketing in Westminster, Colorado; project management in Danderyd, Sweden and Jena, Germany; optical instrument design and manufacturing engineers in Jena, Germany; scanning hardware, firmware and software engineers in Paris, France; and application engineers worldwide. The accomplished team had decades of experience using and designing scanners, total stations and application software.

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After extensive market research Trimble found that customers wanted complete, solution oriented 3D scanner systems. 3D laser scanners are hightech, versatile tools that are used in construction, surveying and forensics. Scanners deliver ‘point clouds’, consisting of millions of measurements, that are the basis for as-built documentation for buildings, civil infrastructure, industrial facilities, topographic surveys, cultural heritage and reconstruction of accident or crime scenes. 3D scanners are no longer measured on performance alone. Data quality is important but fast delivery of verified results in the field is the key to profitability. Customers need systems that eliminate the guesswork and complexity of scanning, offering automatic registration (linking scans together) in the field. With traditional scanning, results are not known until the entire project is registered back in the office. New York Design Awards 2020


PRODUCT DESIGN - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY

smoodi Project Commissioner/Creator smoodi

smoodi is an automated, self cleaning smoothie machine designed to provide an easy and healthy option in retail and office environments.

Incubated at the Harvard Innovation Labs, smoodi was founded by a Harvard Business School student, Pascal Kriesche. As a mechanical engineer, entrepreneurship student, and smoothie lover, Pascal merged his passions to create smoodi

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VW electric id3 Project Commissioner/Creator Volkswagen

The Volkswagen ID.3 extends the Volkswagen offering as the first model of a completely new generation of pure electric vehicles — featuring zero local emissions, outstanding efficiency, and full connectivity. The ID.3, which resembles the German automaker’s popular Golf hatchback, has the potential to be a very important car for VW. It will be the first vehicle built on the company’s new modular all-electric platform, one that will power dozens more cars and SUVs that are waiting in the wings as part of the larger Volkswagen Group’s multibillion-dollar push into EVs.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY

Ree Auto Project Commissioner/Creator Ree Auto

Ree’s disruptive technology enables a completely flat and modular chassis with optimal freedom of design, allowing multiple body configurations on a single platform, increasing volume and efficiency while reducing size and weight. Israeli startup REE Automotive is an electric platform leader reinventing e-mobility. Unrestricted by legacy thinking, REE has developed the next generation EV platform which is completely flat, scalable and modular providing customers full design freedom to create the broadest range of EV and autonomous vehicles for current and future applications, including last mile delivery, MaaS, light to medium duty EV logistics and robo taxis.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRY

MTA UV-C Disinfection Pilot Program Project Commissioner/Creator MTA / Columbia University / Puro Lighting

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in New York introduced an ultraviolet (UV) light pilot program proven to kill COVID-19, with the first phase set to launch on subways, buses, and other New York City Transit facilities throughout the system in late May 2020.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - ENTERTAINMENT

Samsung Terrace Outdoor TV Project Commissioner/Creator Samsung

The Terrace expands Samsung’s lifestyle TV portfolio and takes QLED 4K viewing outside with brilliant picture quality, a robust smart TV experience and rugged durability.

The Terrace is a Samsung Smart TV that is specifically designed to bring the full indoor entertainment experience outside. A consumer model of The Terrace is launched in the U.S. and Canada in May 2020, followed by rollouts to Germany, Australia, New Zealand and other regions later this year. And for businesses, a professional model will be launching this summer.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - PERSONAL USE

BioVYZR 1.0 Project Commissioner/Creator VYZR Technologies

The biovyzr 1.0 is a personal air purifying shield created by VYZR Technologies for everyday protection against pollutants, allergens & pathogens.

Their mission is to take respiratory protection to the next level and bring powered air purifying technology to the people who need it most. From wildfires to urban pollution to pandemics, access to clean air can no longer be taken for granted. The team of designers and engineers strive to advance ground-breaking solutions to give our customers greater control over the air they breathe.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - PERSONAL USE

Unocups Project Commissioner/Creator Unocups Team Tom Chan & Kaanur Papo

Coffee drinkers want a cup which they feel will contribute to waste reduction, while still keeping the convenience and great feeling of drinking coffee on the go. So far, it has been difficult to find a solution that is both pleasant to use and environmentally friendly. Unocup achieves this through a well-tested folding design to create its own lid as an integrated top. The cup is a breeze to fold, hold, drink from, and reopen. The foldable top allows for less spillage, and sturdier holding - no need to worry about the lid popping off or the cup breaking away when held from the above.

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Truman’s Cleaning Range Project Commissioner/Creator Truman’s

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Truman’s offer a simple range of non-toxic cleaners in sustainable packaging, delivered direct to your door. Nowhere could we have a bigger impact than in the overcrowded world of home cleaning products, where so many specialized cleaners in plastic bottles clamor for our dollars with “fresh new scents” and trendy colors. Nobody needs a gazillion cleaning products with harsh chemicals cluttering their cabinets, and our planet certainly doesn’t need the plastic empties. That’s why Truman’s offer non-toxic products that reduce shipping and plastic waste while effectively cleaning your clothes, dishes and home surfaces. It’s a concept so novel that Fast Company has honored Truman’s as a World Changing Idea.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - PERSONAL USE

IQbuds2 MAX Project Commissioner/Creator Nuheara

Built on Nuheara’s innovative new smart-hearing platform, the IQbuds2 MAX feature hybrid Active Noise Cancellation and unique features for personalizing and enhancing the wearer’s soundscape.

Nuheara redesigned the IQbuds2 MAX from the ground up with its latest acoustic technology, which enhances normal hearing and allows users to finetune their sound environment. Nuheara’s EarIDTM technology and Speech in Noise Control (SINC) provide wearers with unrivaled customization and control over their personal hearing experience, so they can enjoy music, conversations or silence wherever they go.

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LARQ Bottle Project Commissioner/Creator LARQ

The LARQ Bottle is the world’s first self-cleaning water bottle and water purification system. The LARQ utilises a patented UV-C LED to purify water in just 60 seconds. 280 nanometer UV light is ideal to eradicate germs, triggering a photochemical reaction that destroys their DNA. UV-C light is widely used today in hospitals to sterilize patient room surfaces. The bottle self cleans every 2 hours, and lasts up to 1 month on a single charge.

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Square Project Commissioner/Creator Argodesign

Design firm Argodesign has created an innovative remote working technology concept called ‘Square’. As the COVID-19 crisis has necessitated many working from home, and remote social communication, the use of Zoom to facilitate this has skyrocketed — but so has the ‘Zoom fatigue’ effect as social distancing measure continue. The Square concept is a wall mounted display featuring 4 small cameras hidden in the frame allowing your colleagues to view you at 1:1 scale and in 3D, thus providing a more lifelike image than a standard flat image.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - EDUCATION

Crayola Colors of the World Project Commissioner/Creator Crayola

Crayola Colors of the World Crayons contain 24 specially formulated colors representing people of the world.

Launched on UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, Crayola designed their new Colors of the World crayons with the aim increasing representation and fostering a greater sense of belonging and acceptance. With Colors of the World Crayons, children can fully and accurately represent themselves and the world around them through creativity, imagination and selfexpression! The 24 newly formulated colors reflect more than 40 global skin tone shades encompassing three undertones – Rose, Almond & Golden – and range in skin tone colors from Extra Light to Deepest.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOME & GARDEN

PepsiCo two-liter bottle Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo

First designed in 1970 by PepsiCo and improved into the 1990s, the two-liter bottle is getting another makeover.

The new bottle was redesigned to make it easier for soda drinkers to use. PepsiCo believes consumers will get used to—and then expect—an easier pouring experience from big bottles. To determine the size of the new bottle, PepsiCo checked out hand size: The average hand measures between 7 and 8.6 inches, according to PepsiCo’s research. The new bottle is “more manageable” to grip because it has a 10.4-inch circumference, compared to 13.4 inches for the old 2-liter bottle.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOME & GARDEN

Tru Earth Eco-Strips Project Commissioner/Creator Tru Earth

Each strip of Tru Earth Liquidless laundry detergent weighs just 3g, and packs the same power as 40g of premium liquid or powdered detergents.

Team Ryan McKenzie, Brad Liski & Kevin Hinton

Traditional laundry detergent is messy, and wastes space. Measuring out detergent often results in spillage. With Tru Earth, 1 strip equals 1 load. No measuring and nothing to spill. The strips are hypoallergenic, vegan friendly and Paraben-free and are gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin.

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The Water Box Program Project Commissioner/Creator 501CTHREE Team Jaden Smith, Co Founder Drew FitzGerald, Co Founder and Executive Director Jaron Rothkop, Director of Operations Amy Keller, Director of Fundraising Renee Samms, Director of Community

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The Water Box was designed in response to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. In 2014 the municipal water system was contaminated with lead and Flint’s residents were forced to rely on donations of bottled water for drinking, cooking and hygiene. Bringing in and distributing millions of bottles of water became a heavy burden for the city and community organizations. By 2019 most of the country had forgotten about Flint and donations of water began to dry up. 501CTHREE partnered with First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church to develop an alternative way for the church and other community organizations to get water to Flint’s residents - one without the high cost, heavy logistics, and plastic waste of relying on single-use water bottles.

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Petal Project Commissioner/Creator Petal, LLC Team Scott Henderson (Industrial Design) Brian Petz (Engineering) Primoz Cresnik (Engineering)

In an era of cabin fever and complexity, Petal’s value proposition is simple. Quickly and cost-effectively freeze potentially hazardous and noxious waste so it doesn’t spread germs and stink up your environment. Petal is the world’s first zero-odor, germ-freezing waste bin and the only disposal device on the market that naturally stops rot, eliminates stink, and halts the spread of germs. Petal’s brilliance lies in its conceptual simplicity and design elegance: a sleek, responsibly-sourced, scarily-efficient, and technically-unique appliance that freezes organic waste solid to 0°F in under 35 minutes. Uniquely designed to fit into any room of your home, Petal’s patent-pending freezing technology makes it effortless for consumers to live in clean and healthy environments.

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Philips Hue Play gradient Project Commissioner/Creator Philips

Experience the thrill of the cinema at home with the Philips Hue Play gradient lightstrip. Get multiple colours of light that react to the content on your screen. Attach to 55” to 65” wall-mounted or standing TVs with the included mounts. Philips Hue has one of the biggest and most colourful collection of smart lights available today, but this spring, the company is finally introducing a new product that its fans have been demanding for years: a smart lightstrip that can produce multiple colours at the same time.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

Dyson CoVent Project Commissioner/Creator Dyson

Dyson — the British technology company best known for its high-powered vacuum cleaners, hair dryers, and air purifiers — designed a new ventilator, the ‘CoVent”, in response to a request from the UK Government at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. A team of engineers, scientists, medical device designers, clinical tester, and high-tech manufacturing experts developed the ventilator in 30 days. The CoVent is a bed-mounted and portable ventilator, with the option to run on battery power should the need arise. It can be manufactured quickly, efficiently and at volume.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

ID NOW RSV Project Commissioner/Creator Abbott

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ID NOW™ RSV delivers molecular RSV results in 13 minutes or less on our unique ID NOW™ platform. Traditional laboratory methods and rapid antigen testing for RSV diagnosis have considerable shortcomings in terms of turnaround time or performance.1,2 ID NOW™ RSV detects 25% more true positives than Rapid Antigen Detection Tests (RADTs)3,4 and allows you to make real-time clinical decisions which impact patient care.

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Easybreathe Adult Surface Snorkeling Mask COVID-19 Adaption Project Commissioner Decathlon Creator ISINNOVA

Decathlon invented the Easybreath, the world’s premier Snorkeling Face Mask, to allow as many people as possible to see and breathe under water (and on land)! While Decathlon, the French sporting goods retailer which is the largest such retailer in the world, typically doesn’t sell ventilators, it does sell scuba gear, which they hacked and enhanced with specific components made by 3D printers to work as ventilators. The conversion of their line of Easybreath scuba masks was done alongside the Rome-based Institute of Studies for the Integration of Systems (ISINNOVA), and was prompted by a request from the head physician of a hospital in Gardone Val Trompina in the Italian region of Lombardy, which is one of the regions hit worst by the coronavirus, to address the ventilator shortage.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

ResMED Ventilator Production Project Commissioner/Creator ResMED

ResMed, headquartered in San Diego, California, has modified its manufacturing plant in the Sydney suburb of Bella Vista in response to the deadly outbreak, switching over from the manufacture of sleep apnoea devices to make more ventilators and masks suitable for affected patients with lung damage. The company is aiming to at least triple the production of its ventilators and lift the production of its face masks by more than 10 times.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

BD Veritor™ Plus System for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Project Commissioner Becton, Dickinson and Company Creator BD

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BD Launches Portable, Rapid Point-of-Care Antigen Test to Detect SARS-CoV-2 in 15 minutes, Dramatically Expanding Access to COVID-19 Testing. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for a rapid, pointof-care, SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic test for use with its broadly available BD Veritor™ Plus System. The launch of this new assay that delivers results in 15 minutes on an easy-to-use, highly portable instrument is critical for improving access to COVID-19 diagnostics because it enables real-time results and decision making while the patient is still onsite.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - MEDICAL

Spiro Waves Project Commissioner/Creator Newlab, 10XBeta, and Boyce Technologies

Spiro Wave is a low-cost, automatic resuscitator that helps hospitals expand their capacity to care for patients with critical ventilation. The device is able to be manufactured quickly, at scale, and at a fraction of the cost of traditional ventilators. Faced with weakened global supply chains and medical equipment shortages, Newlab, 10XBeta, and Boyce Technologies aimed to develop a device that utilizes fewer parts than the traditional ventilator which allows for supply chains to be easily streamlined to keep production costs low. Additionally, Spiro Wave’s simple interface design is compatible with standard medical components, contributing to its accessibility, and allowing healthcare professionals to be quickly trained to operate the device.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - OFFICE

SodaStream Professional Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

PepsiCo’s groundbreaking connected SodaStream Professional is redefining hydration. This mindful ecosystem allows users to personalize their encounter by setting their own daily hydration goals and automatically documenting their path towards meeting them. The SodaStream Professional is a bold innovation designed to support modern hydration. This visionary beverage ecosystem allows users to set their daily hydration goals and automatically tracks their path towards meeting them, while also taking stock of their environmental impact. When a user approaches the platform, the digital display illuminates with a soft and inviting glow that draws them in and envelops them in a one-on-one interaction. When a user scans their QR code, their preferences appear on the screen to personalize every step of their experience for a customized beverage.

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Soundsticks Project Commissioner/Creator Offecct

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Soundsticks consists of textile scraps from upholstery production which have been moulded into the shape of a tube that is held together in the ends by recycled aluminum caps. These textile ‘sticks’ hang from rails in linear or radial shapes that can be combined depending on need and space.

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The Master Series Project Commissioner/Creator Logitech

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The Master Series by Logitech is a range of products that unleash your capability to create, make, and do. Master your next project with tools that transform the way you work — from revolutionizing your creative process to helping you focus and get in your flow.

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TourBox Project Commissioner/Creator TourBox Tech Inc

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TourBox is an innovative controller dedicated to digital creators. Whether you are using graphic design software, such as Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and Capture One, drawing software, like Clip Studio Paint, Comic Studio and SAI, or video and audio editing software, like Final Cut Pro, Premiere, After Effects, DaVinci, Audition and C4D, you can use TourBox to operate creative software in an incredibly intuitive way and enjoy more freedom to edit and optimize your creative experience.

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PanaCast Project Commissioner/Creator Jabra

The Jabra PanaCast is engineered to be the world’s first intelligent 180° Panoramic-4K plug-and-play video solution.

The Jabra PanaCast is a plug-and-play device, designed to improve meetings in huddle rooms by using three 13-megapixel cameras and real-time video stitching to give a full 180° view. Enjoy a natural, inclusive human perspective, with no blind spots.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - OFFICE

Ollie Chair Project Commissioner/Creator RockPaperRobot

The Ollie Chair is an ergonomically designed shapeshifting seat with lumbar support. The chair unfurls in a second and retracts with a simple pull of a string.

Its articulated aluminum sheet metal body relies on origami techniques developed for folding thick materials. The metal chair body is attached to a flexible wood seating surface (i.e., a tambour) giving the Ollie Chair its patented transformability.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Prosthesis Project Commissioner/Creator Furrion Exo-Bionics

Engineering firm Furrion Exo-Bionics has built a massive, four-legged mech suit called Prosthesis, a 9,000 pound monstrosity straight out of ‘Pacific Rim’ — and it wants you to pilot it.

Prosthesis was built for the pilot. The primary objective of the project was the creation of a responsive, stable and powerful exo-bionic platform that amplifies the motions of of a human pilot. Prosthesis is a sports machine and requires a trained athlete to operate.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Rush/Cty Project Commissioner Harley-Davidson Creator Serial 1 Cycle Company

When Harley-Davidson’s founders put power to two wheels and created their first motorcycle in 1903, they changed the way the world moved forever. Now, more than a century later, Serial 1 Cycles, Powered by Harley-Davidson, has created an eBicycle that’s designed to change the way the world moves again. Inspired by the entrepreneurial vision of HarleyDavidson’s founders—and the revolutionary impact of their oldest-known motorcycle, affectionately referred to as “Serial Number One—Serial 1 Cycles was created for the sole purpose of delivering innovative eBicycles that make every ride an adventure.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Boost Surfing fin Project Commissioner/Creator Boost Surfing Team Founders: Alex Ostanin & Dmitri Kozhevnikov Team: Anna Martynova, Dmitri Dorogushin, Victoria Kotova, Frank Laguna, Vladimir Kononenko, Ekaterina Markova, Kate Juravleva, Jelena Burdukevicha, Aaron Moss, Julia Leontyeva & Andrey Uleev

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Boost Surfing Fin: Electric Motorized Fin for any Surfboard. First electric surf fin provides 20 pounds of turbocharged energy to catch up to three times more waves. Alex Ostanin, a mechanical engineer from Huntington Beach, California, and Dmitri Kozhevnikov, an entrepreneur from San Francisco wanted to develop something that would allow people to surf longer and turned to technology for inspiration. Their goal was to boost the paddling power generated by surfers’ bodies in order to get to the line-up twice as fast, catch up to three times more waves, and surf more than everyone else.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

BeauEr 3X travel trailer Project Commissioner/Creator BeauEr

The BeauEr 3X concept was born with a simple idea of its inventor : a small but expandable caravan that has everything like a big one : easy to tow on the road and quick to unfold with all the comforts of a large caravan. Designed and manufactured in France, the expandable camper triples in size in just 60 seconds. The accordion-like trailer starts at 43 square feet—as compact as a car. And then sliding on telescopic modules, the nesting layers expand to a 129-squarefoot living space. The French camper is inspired by the small, curvy retro caravans of the 1960s, like the Bourreau Sologne, Georges et Jacques, Baillou, and Escargot. The rounded shape also draws design inspiration from sixties automobiles like the Mini Cooper and the Fiat 500.

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Gogoro Eeyo 1s Project Commissioner/Creator Gogoro

Taiwanese company Gogoro, best known for its hip electric scooters, has built its first e-bikes with light carbon fiber. In theory, they shouldn’t require as much power to move and, by extension, such a large battery pack. Gogoro was founded nearly a decade ago, to take an active role in creating the cleaner, more connected cities we deserve. In 2015 they launched our first scooter, and the Gogoro Network to power it. 1600 battery charging stations around Taiwan where a rider can pull up and replace their batteries with fully charged ones. Gogoro learned that no one vehicle can meet the demands of every rider, which is why now they have expanded their lineup even further to include ebikes. There are some places and some riders where an electric bike makes more sense than a scooter.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - SPORT - ACTIVE LIFE

Tarmac SL7 Project Commissioner/Creator Specialized

Tarmac SL7 achieves a marriage of light weight, aerodynamics, and ride quality previously thought impossible. Brass Ring? Holy Grail? We just call it the Tarmac SL7.

The new Tarmac is designed to go fast, there’s no if’s, and’s, or but’s about that—but it represents so much more than just aerodynamic prowess. With a lightweight, Rider-First Engineered frame, it delivers the best-possible ride characteristics, no matter the size. So no matter what you have planned for your new Tarmac, its ready to help you achieve your goals—PRs, KOMs, or podium top-steps. One bike to rule them all.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

Oculus Quest 2 Project Commissioner/Creator Oculus

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The Oculus Quest 2 retains all the great features of the original Oculus Quest — being a battery-powered, standalone headset that allows you to freely roam around your physical and digital play spaces without fear of tripping up on a wire — but now it’s a more responsive experience overall, thanks to improved RAM and chip specs, and a higher resolution display that’s 50% sharper than its predecessor. The Quest 2 affordable and easy to use. For anyone who’s been curious about VR but has been put off by the price, the Quest 2 is the best place to start.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

RealSense Lidar Depth Camera Project Commissioner/Creator Intel

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The Intel RealSense Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) Camera L515 is the world’s smallest high resolution LiDAR depth camera. The L515 is a revolutionary solid state LiDAR depth camera which uses a proprietary MEMS mirror scanning technology, enabling better laser power efficiency compared to other time-of-flight technologies. With less than 3.5W power consumption for depth streaming, the Intel RealSense LiDAR camera L515 is the world’s most power efficient high_resolution LiDAR camera.

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Surface Hub 2S Project Commissioner/Creator Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Hub is a platform that emulates the oldest form of collaboration known to humankind: storytelling. Surface Hub 2S introduces this storytelling dynamic to meetings, using a large, tactile screen to change meetings from passive broadcast to actively engaged participation. Like a campfire that draws people together to exchange ideas and build new strategies, Surface Hub 2S encourages and facilitates highly effective teamwork, by creating a unique space for collaboration.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

Brightgreen Wellness System Project Commissioner/Creator Brightgreen

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They say it’s an apple a day that will keep the doctor away, but the reality is a healthy building is what will do the trick. The Brightgreen Wellness System was built to make spaces healthy for occupants. It’s a dynamic system that monitors and controls things like air quality, light brightness, and thermal comfort in a space. It learns the behavior of the people occupying the area and adapts as needed to increase not only building health, but energy efficiency.

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owl car cam Project Commissioner/Creator Owlcam

Owl Car Cam: Security that goes where you go. Instant Video to your phone, protecting your car driving and parked. The ultimate dash cam that gives you video when you need it most.

Owl Car Cam product is an LTE-connected security camera for the car designed to capture crashes, break-ins, dents, and traffic stops as well as the weird or fun moments that happen while driving. The Car Cam, which has dual-facing interior and exterior cameras and can store 24 hours of video, will alert users if something happens to their unattended vehicle. It also allows users capture and share clips through a phone app.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

TVU One 4K HDR Project Commissioner/Creator TVU Networks

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TVU Networks has revealed technology for 4K, HDR, 5G and AI for live video acquisition, cloud and remote production. The TVU One 4K model features a newly developed H.265 hardware encoding chip and can deliver full broadcast quality 4K, 10-bit true 60 fps HDR video at 3mbps with Inverse StatMux Plus technology. 4K P60 HDR video can be transmitted over a mobile infrastructure with 0.5 second latency, per TVU.

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Service Community.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 Corporate.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167

Systems Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168 Concept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172

Marketing Branded Experience. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174 Event Experience. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178 Sales Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181

Graphic Design Identity and Branding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 Illustration and Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187 Three Dimensional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192


SERVICE - COMMUNITY

Telehealth Toolbox Project Commissioner/Creator frog design inc.

Telehealth Toolbox is a digital collection of guidelines and practical tools that aims to accelerate the adoption of telehealth practices by primary care physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Frog developed the Telehealth Toolbox as a pro bono initiative, with their team in northern Italy having seen a large number of physicians sidelined in the country’s severe COVID-19 outbreak due to a lack of practical telemedicine guidelines.

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Every Bottle Back Initiative Project Commissioner/Creator American Beverage Association / The Coca Cola Company / PepsiCo / Keurig Dr Pepper

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America’s beverage companies have committed to an unprecedented new initiative to get Every Bottle Back. Every Bottle Back is a breakthrough effort to reduce the industry’s use of new plastic by making significant investments to improve the collection of the industry’s valuable plastic bottles so they can be made into new bottles.

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Stay At Home Books and Coffee/Tea Mystery Bag Project Commissioner/Creator Trident Booksellers and Cafe, Boulder, CO

Trident Booksellers & Cafe in Boulder, Colorado have responded to the closure of their business to physical customers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering online orders of ‘mystery bags’ of books, curated by Trident staff.

As it’s income dwindled, and 80% of staff were laid off, co-owner Andrew Hyde half-jokingly floated the idea of mystery bags on Twitter — to a rousing response, selling over 300 bags in a short amount of time which necessitated re-hiring more staff in order to meet demand.

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SERVICE - CORPORATE

PARALLEL REALITY™ Project Commissioner Delta Creator Misapplied Sciences

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Delta Air Lines, in partnership with Misapplied Sciences, will launch the first-ever PARALLEL REALITY beta experience for customers departing Detroit Metropolitan Airport this year – the first step toward a future where the airport environment itself is tailored to each customer. This new, opt-in technology allows multiple customers to see personalized content tailored to their unique journey on a single digital screen – at the exact same time and in their preferred language. At a glance, the category-defining technology will provide wayfinding and personalized travel information, like directions to your departure gate, or the closest Delta Sky Club.

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Loop Project Commissioner/Creator Loop Store

Loop is a circular shopping platform that transforms the packaging of your everyday essentials from single-use disposable to durable, feature-packed designs.

Not so long ago, the milkman delivered reusable bottles and later picked them up to be refilled. Loop is the milkman reimagined - honoring our past from a modern perspective. A revolution in design from your favorite brands - your everyday essentials are now available in durable, functional packaging that’s beautiful enough to display.

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Project Connected Home over IP Project Commissioner/Creator Zigbee Alliance. Team Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance

Project Connected Home over IP is a new Working Group within the Zigbee Alliance. This Working Group plans to develop and promote the adoption of a new, royalty-free connectivity standard to increase compatibility among smart home products, with security as a fundamental design tenet. Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance joined together to promote the formation of the Working Group. Zigbee Alliance board member companies IKEA, Legrand, NXP Semiconductors, Resideo, Samsung SmartThings, Schneider Electric, Signify (formerly Philips Lighting), Silicon Labs, Somfy, and Wulian are also on board to join the Working Group and contribute to the project.

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Uber Elevate Project Commissioner/Creator Uber Elevate Team Betsy Masiello | Director of Policy and Communications Jamie Epifano | Strategy & Business Operations Justin Ho | Head of Strategy Jon Petersen | Senior Data Scientist JR New | Data Scientist

Mike Hirschberg American Helicopter Society (AHS) International | Executive Director Dr. Brian German Georgia Tech, School of Aerospace Engineering | Associate Professor Gregory Bowles AirCertGlobal, LLC | President Dr. Parimal Kopardekar NASA, NextGen-Airspace | Principal Investigator Parker Vascik MIT International Center for Air Transportation | Researcher Ken Goodrich NASA Langley Research Center | Senior Research Engineer

Zac Vawter Ottomoto | Engineering Mark Moore NASA Langley Research Center | Chief Technologist, On-Demand Mobility David Josephson Acoustics/Noise Consultant Deran Garabedian Nesta | Senior Advisor Alexandra Hall Aviation Consultant Ricarda Bennett Heliport Consultants | Esq. CEO 170

The Uber Elevate team is working toward transforming the world through aerial ridesharing at scale. Imagine soaring above congested ground traffic. With Uber Air, this future is closer than you think. Uber is developing shared air transportation— planned for 2023—between suburbs and cities, and ultimately within cities. New York Design Awards 2020


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Apple iOS14 Project Commissioner/Creator Apple

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With iOS 14, Apple’s new operating system iOS 14 has re-designed the old row-and-column of icons design of the interface with real widgets like those long available in Android. The update also makes Siri and calls less obtrusive, improves messaging, and gives you new ways to multitask—such as with the picture-in-picture mode. Safari, Home control, and Maps see improvements, and a Translate app debuts.

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Airbus ZEROe Project Commissioner/Creator Airbus

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Airbus will develop the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035. Hydrogen propulsion will help to deliver on this ambition. To bring this vision to reality, Airbus is exploring game-changing concept aircraft — known as ZEROe — powered by hydrogen, a disruptive zero-emission technology with the potential to reduce aircraft emissions by up to 50%.

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Starbucks Project Commissioner/Creator Starbucks

At the beginning of 2020, Starbucks announced a bold aspiration to become resource-positive, storing more carbon than we emit, providing more clean freshwater than we use, and eliminating waste. Starbucks set targets to cut carbon, water, and waste footprints in half by 2030. In July 2020, Starbucks joined Microsoft and seven other leading companies as founding members of the Transform to Net Zero Coalition, which will help accelerate achievement of a net zero carbon economy by 2050.

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MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Adidas London Project Commissioner Adidas Creator DIA Studio

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The new adidas LDN Flagship store on Oxford Street is a home for creativity, born from London, that combines digital innovation, unique shopper experiences and a focus on in-store experts to create a new benchmark in retail. Across four floors, the adidas Oxford Street store features the very best of the brand across sport and style including the widest range of football apparel and footwear, the latest Originals designs and collaborations

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MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Beijing Yinghai · Metropolis Times Project Commissioner SecondNature Creator COHL

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The project as a demonstration area itself, apart from the basic project display function, how to create a good sense of space experience in a limited space is a “topic” that cannot be underestimated. In response to two major issues, the design team jumped out of fixed design thinking, took technology as the link between people and the landscape, and connected future commerce through cool technology to create a trendy place for fantasy cities.

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LIFEWTR Series 7: Art through Technology Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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LIFEWTR is a premium bottled water brand committed to advancing and showcasing sources of creativity. As a brand, LIFEWTR believes that inspiration is as essential to life as water, because it unleashes creative potential. A brand that functions as a cultural catalyst, LIFEWTR upholds its purpose of helping build the careers of working creators today, while inspiring consumers to embrace and redefine creativity as vital to every aspect of society. Every few months, LIFEWTR launches a new series of bottled water focused on a unique aspect in art—putting the spotlight on three new emerging artists.

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MARKETING - BRANDED EXPERIENCE

Pepsi NFL Patriots Champions Can Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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The PepsiCo Design team, along with PepsiCo Global Beverage Packaging R&D, created the limited-edition Pepsi Patriots Championship Laces Can to celebrate the kick-off of the NFL’s 100th season and honor the Super Bowl LIII champions, the New England Patriots. Pepsi, the official soft drink of the NFL for more than 17 seasons, saluted those who unapologetically celebrate the sport of football with its latest campaign, ‘Always be Celebrating.’

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Franchise Freedom Project Commissioner/Creator Studio Drift Team Creators: Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta, Lucas van Oostrum Drone technology by Intel Music composed and performed by Joep Beving (NASA edition: music by Duran Duran) Represented by Pace Gallery and Therme Art Program Miami edition made possible by BMW Amsterdam edition made possible by BMW, Rabobank, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Gemeente Amsterdam, RAI, Stichting NDSM-werf Burning Man Festival edition NASA edition made possible by Intel, Pace Gallery, Therme Art Program

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Franchise Freedom is a performative art installation by DRIFT exploring the relationship between man, nature and technology. An autonomously flying swarm of hundreds of drones questions the human concept of freedom and social construct. It invites you to view a poetic side of technical innovation and connect back with nature. Based on a biological algorithm from over 10 years of research into starlings’ flight behaviour, the artwork stretches boundaries between nature and technology and generates an impactful social connection.

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Pepsi x EXPO 2020 (GCR) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

Pepsi EXPO 2020 Dubai LTO cans represent a window into the future, envisioning how opportunity, mobility and sustainability converge in a world of different cultures, experiences and backgrounds.

Pepsi EXPO 2020 Dubai LTO cans represent a window into the future, envisioning how opportunity, mobility and sustainability converge in a world of different cultures, experiences and backgrounds. With these eye-catching, thought-provoking designs, we’re excited to stimulate conversation on a global scale.

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Doritos Rainbow - Mexico Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

The Doritos Rainbow program centered on packaging and was activated across Gay Pride Parades and music festivals as an experience that travelled to millions of people worldwide.

In summer of 2019, we set forth on a mission to land Doritos Rainbow in the hearts of the LGBTQ+ community and Latin Americans everywhere. By delivering a meaningful message, we sought to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with the people of Mexico and Brazil by creating unique local experiences that would inspire the world. Doritos Rainbow was hailed as innovative and effective, resulting in greater awareness of Doritos as a brand that supports the Rainbow movement. Impacting millions of people, the strategy was about breaking down barriers by bringing everyone together with ONE BOLD MESSAGE.

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MARKETING - SALES PROMOTION

Pepsi x CNY Year of the Rat (GCR) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

This is the fifth year in a row the PepsiCo design team has created a limited edition commemorative can collection for the holiday.

The Lunar New Year has always been the most significant festival for the Chinese as it is synonymous with togetherness and going home to be with your loved ones. For an entire week, the usual rhythms of daily life stop as families gather together to celebrate. Many brands embrace the new year by commemorating the upcoming zodiac sign with tailormade solutions that resonate with consumers and generate desirability. The 2020 Pepsi China Chinese New Year Limited Edition Cans celebrate the spirit of the Year of the Rat, a symbol of wealth and surplus.

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A Can Has No Name (MTN DEW) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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There is a strong cross-section of dedicated fans who love both Mtn Dew® and Game of Thrones. Before any official Mtn Dew/Game of Thrones partnership, fans were already drawing parallels between the two. In anticipation of the final season of Game of Thrones, HBO challenged both fans and brands with the question ‘What Would You Do for the Throne?’ Mtn Dew and the Design team were willing to sacrifice everything: our brand, our name, and our iconic visual identity.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

Afterpay Bondi Mint Project Commissioner Afterpay Creator YummyColours

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Global retail payments platform Afterpay has launched a new global look, feel and positioning with a fresh brand identity. Afterpay’s new identity is an evolution of the brand and its services. The new mark embodies the brand’s values and retains the balance of the previous symbol, combining the existing two triangles into a new, continuous shape. The interconnected brand mark expresses how Afterpay acts as a link between the company, merchants, and customers. This loop represents the way the relationship among all parties is continually strengthened each time they interact with one another.

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Mirinda Unexpected Combo Summer LTD (EER) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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The Mirinda Unexpected Combo Limited Edition Collection, available in Russia, was designed to turn the everyday on its head, celebrate experimentation and create a playful, vibrant and spontaneous mood. Six unique hero characters on six different cans let consumers mix and match to create their own unexpected combo and have pure fun bursting with orange flavor. This collection encourages consumers to collect, twist, build and play to create a Mirinda experience all their own.

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LIFEWTR Series 8: Unconventional Canvas Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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LIFEWTR is a premium water brand committed to advancing and showcasing sources of creativity. LIFEWTR fuses creativity and purpose, serving as a source of both hydration and inspiration as a platform for emerging artists. Design is at the heart of the LIFEWTR brand, first and foremost on the bottle, and it’s carried through in all brand communication, from the telling of featured artists’ authentic stories to content to how it appears in store and at live events.

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HiLo Life Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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The HiLo Life brand fills a specific snacking void in the carb-counting community, giving consumers options that bring joy, ease, and flavor. Its single-serve packaging provides an easy solution for on-thego snacking. The friendly and inviting lowercase script, bright colors and quirky illustrations act as a visual reminder for consumers to enjoy the simple pleasure of the snacking experience and not take things so seriously. Hilo Life is a category disrupter as competitors in the space tend come off as unapproachable, touting potential benefits over taste, texture and overall joy.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - ILLUSTRATION AND TYPE

The Spiky Blob Project Commissioner/Creator Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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On Jan. 21, the day after the C.D.C. activated its emergency operations center for the new coronavirus, Alissa Eckert and her colleague Dan Higgins were asked to create ‘an identity’ for the virus. ‘Something to grab the public’s attention.’ The illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses

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Critical Mass Project Commissioner The New Yorker Creator Christoph Niemann

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Created for the March 23 2020 edition of the New Yorker, Critical Mass is an image created by Christoph Niemann. It takes on the spread of the novel coronavirus, evoking a world in which the health of an individual and the health of the public seem, increasingly, to be interdependent.

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SPACE10 Project Commissioner IKEA/Space 10 Creator DIA Studio

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Space10 is a research and design lab, dedicated to creating better and more sustainable ways of living with and for the IKEA brand. Major societal challenges, such as urbanisation, resource scarcity, climate change, food security or loneliness provide the basis for their research. In collaboration with experts and trailblazers from around the world, Space10 examines possible solutions to these challenges. They prototype, test, and try to turn good ideas into meaningful products or services.

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Exploratorium ‘Self, Made’ Exhibition Marketing Campaign Project Commissioner Exploratorium Creator COLLINS Team Ben Crick Karin Soukup Louis Mikolay Michael Taylor Erik Berger Vaage Yeun Kim Mackenzie Pringle Kris Wong Kirsten Harkonen Jaime Boehner Sohee Kim

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As part of an ongoing partnership with the Exploratorium, COLLINS were asked to launch a marketing campaign for Self, Made. The Exploratorium’s summer 2019 exhibition unfolded the complex yet compelling topic of human identity. The institution invited a host of outside collaborators from widely varied backgrounds to curate interactive exhibits, artifacts, and artworks designed to shift visitors’ inherent views of themselves. Among other objects, the exhibition included costumes worn in Marvel’s Black Panther and work by Kehinde Wiley, painter of Barack Obama’s official White House portrait.

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New York Times Droplet Visualisation Project Commissioner/Creator The New York Times Team Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Bedel Saget, Karthik Patanjali, Or Fleisher and Gabriel Gianordoli, Makiko Inoue, Jon Huang, Mark McKeague

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This interactive article by the New York Time illustrates the importance of social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic by taking readers into a fully 3d visualisation of the simulated trajectory of respiratory droplets. Created from data by researchers at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, this interactive article uses this simulation data, along with additional research by other institutions, to paint a stark and immersive case for the importance of social distancing and bring the relatively intangible and invisible factors of distance and virus carrying particles into clear view.

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Tree Dasher Project Commissioner Allbirds Creator Enlisted

Tree Dasher is Allbirds new performance running shoe made with natural materials. Using 100% compostable materials, the custom pulp molded Dasher packaging builds upon the shoe’s design details, and offers a VIP experience to the discerning consumer in a way that only Allbirds can deliver. Last year, Allbirds went carbon neutral, paying about $10 a ton to offset its emissions with a commitment to keep working to reduce its footprint. They now only partner with businesses with environmental values and capabilities. For Allbirds, its move to provide transparency on the carbon footprint of its products is intended to add credibility to a marketing strategy that has already proved its power in sustaining the company’s growth.

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Pepsi 60 Years Ltd Ed Cans (EER) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

Pepsi celebrated 60 Years in Russia with a set of six collectable, limited-edition cans, each representing a different decade.

Each can features a unique design inspired by the most significant events from the corresponding decade, celebrating both the past and present. The designs are driven by the unique Russian lettering system and include symbols that resonate emotionally with consumers. The idea behind this collection is that Pepsi has become an inseparable part of Russian culture over the last six decades and design connects Pepsi fans across generations.

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Lipton Avant-Garde Special Art Edition (EER) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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Lipton Special Art Edition is a unique collection of 250 ml miniature cans, available only in Russia, devoted to the Russian Avant-Garde. The design team was inspired by some of the most distinctive art movements—Suprematism, Abstractionism and Cubo-Futurism—to reimagine Lipton packaging. The resulting unique and category-breaking designs were then paired with each of Lipton’s peach, lemon and green tea flavors. Not only is the graphic design category-disrupting, but the ultra-portable and lightweight 250 ml size is also the first miniature format can in the ice tea category in Russia.

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MTN DEW Amp Game Fuel Launch Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

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MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL is the first ready-to-drink performance beverage for gamers to hit the market. Created with this specific tribe in mind, GAME FUEL has created a holistic brand, product and consumer experience that authentically integrates with e-sports and gaming culture. The 360 launch assets developed by the design team allowed the brand to launch with scale and excitement while also creating a strong pipeline of partnerships, sponsorships and future innovations.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - THREE DIMENSIONAL

PEPSI x MOMHANDWORKS - LTO CAN SET (GCR) Project Commissioner/Creator PepsiCo, Inc.

This limited edition Pepsi x MOM HANDWORKS series celebrates PepsiCo’s collaboration with China Women’s Development Foundation’s ‘MOM HANDWORKS’ Cooperative Program.

Pepsi and MOM HANDWORKS kicked off their partnership as a part of the 2019 Bring Happiness Home Chinese New Year Campaign. The three can collectible series celebrates Chinese cultural heritage and showcases examples of three different regional embroidery styles.

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Digital


Digital Design AR / VR - New Experiences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Business Operations.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Business Platforms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Dev Platform/Dev tools/framework. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 FashionTech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210 Fintech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212 Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213 Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214 Home & Living. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215 Retail & Shopping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217 TravelTech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .219


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OpenSpace Project Commissioner/Creator OpenSpace Team Jeevan Kalanithi, Philip DeCamp & Michael Fleischman

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OpenSpace provides next-generation 360 photo documentation, powerful integrations and the smartest analytics tools in the industry. Turn the 360 camera on, tap go, and just walk your site. The OpenSpace Vision Engine maps photos to your plans automatically. And it’s lightning fast, with 15-minute processing times—not hours, not days.

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DIGITAL - AR / VR - NEW EXPERIENCES

Apple ‘Gobi’ Project Commissioner/Creator Apple

As part of its iOS 14 platform, due to released later this year, Apple have been reported to be working on an augmented reality app, codenamed ‘Gobi’.

According to sources, Apple have been testing integrations with Apple Stores and Starbucks, which would allow users to use their devices for augmented reality retail experiences, enabled by a new QR code format. In addition, SDK or API integration for third-party companies will allow them to provide their own tag identifiers, which would load up custom assets and scenery for that company. This would be based on extensions built into downloaded App Store apps.

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DIGITAL - AR / VR - NEW EXPERIENCES

ARCore Project Commissioner/Creator Google

ARCore is Google’s platform for building augmented reality experiences. Using different APIs, ARCore enables your phone to sense its environment, understand the world and interact with information. Some of the APIs are available across Android and iOS to enable shared AR experiences. ARCore uses three key capabilities to integrate virtual content with the real world as seen through your phone’s camera: – Motion tracking allows the phone to understand and track its position relative to the world. – Environmental understanding allows the phone to detect the size and location of all type of surfaces: horizontal, vertical and angled surfaces like the ground, a coffee table or walls. – Light estimation allows the phone to estimate the environment’s current lighting conditions.

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DIGITAL - BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Freehand Project Commissioner/Creator InVision

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As Covid-19 made digital product design more essential, better design processes and practices became that much more important. Freehand, InVision’s virtual whiteboard, is a core component of the InVision platform and is the tool that allows collaborators from every area of the business to join together, enabling fluid visual collaboration across team members throughout the design process. This year, we’ve made all of this easier and more engaging than ever, with new sticky notes, version history, emoji reactions, easy voting tools, exporting capabilities, shape locking, and popular templates like brainstorming and wireframing, all within the ecosystem of the entire InVision platform. Together these features create a complete visual communications experience, which is often more powerful, pleasant, and rewarding than a verbal or typed exchange. Freehand, preferred by some of the most prolific product teams, stands apart from its competitors because of its simplicity and how it feels like an inclusive space. 203


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Oracle-Reconstruct Project Commissioner Oracle Creator Reconstruct

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Reconstruct, an Oracle Industries Innovation Lab tenant and member of the Oracle Partner Network, enables more efficient workflows in documentation, progress tracking, and quality control by uniting reality capture, drawings, models, and schedules. In addition, Reconstruct’s Visual Command Center brings together reality, design, and schedule information from the Oracle solutions into a single, visual platform to enable remote construction monitoring.

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DIGITAL - BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Zapps and OnZoom Project Commissioner/Creator Zoom

Zoom is launching Zapps, where apps developers can build within the video conferencing experience, and a new event marketplace called OnZoom aimed at a wide range of content creators.

Zoom has become the go-to platform for remote work and education. Zoom supports more than 3 trillion annualized meeting minutes, and sees well over 300 million daily meeting participants. “Zoom has become more than just a video communication platform,” said CEO Eric Yuan during his keynote. “It’s a people-centric platform. Zoom has become a thing you do.”

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DIGITAL - BUSINESS PLATFORMS

InVision’s Design System Manager Project Commissioner/Creator InVision

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InVision’s innovations in 2020 were all about empowering teams to create amazing, companysaving and strategy-shifting products that consumers would love—and produce them at scale to meet market demand. InVision’s innovations in products, processes, and know-how drive toward that aim. This year, thousands of organizations came to InVision looking to increase and scale their design capabilities, and we responded with strategic updates targeted at their needs. Companies need to make digital product design more efficient and cohesive across touchpoints. Our new Design System Manager (DSM), launched in August, allows teams to easily leverage reusable components and not reinvent the wheel. At the most essential level it’s an accelerant of digital product development, and its adoption and use allows both large and small companies to expand digital workflow and brand consistency.

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DIGITAL - DEV PLATFORM/DEV TOOLS/FRAMEWORK

InVision Project Commissioner/Creator InVision

Covid-19 put companies and their digital product design teams in a crisis, as digital products went from a high-ROI but ancillary revenue to many companies’ lifeline. According to McKinsey, adoption of digital products doubled in the grocery industry, increased by 60% in the entertainment industry, and increased by 40% in the banking industry. Retailers from Home Depot to Dominos saved their revenue streams—and their employees—by making their digital products central. They needed to achieve digital transformation at scale and on a vastly compressed timeframe in order to survive. This combination of factors put unprecedented pressure on design teams. They were suddenly responsible for more than ever before. They needed to design faster and at scale. Whole teams of people needed to be involved concurrently.

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DIGITAL - DEV PLATFORM/DEV TOOLS/FRAMEWORK

Glide Project Commissioner/Creator Glide

Glide, lets you turn any Google Sheets spreadsheet into a real mobile app with no coding or programming knowledge.

Team Co-founders: Jason Smith, Mark Probst and Antonio Garcia Aprea

David Siegel, CEO and co-founder at Glide, was working with his co-founders Jason Smith, Mark Probst and Antonio Garcia Aprea at Xamarin, a crossplatform mobile development company that Microsoft acquired for $500 million in 2016. There, they witnessed first-hand the difficulty that companies were having building mobile apps. When their twoyear stint at Microsoft was over, the four founders decided to build a startup to solve the problem.

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DIGITAL - DEV PLATFORM/DEV TOOLS/FRAMEWORK

IBM Eclipse Codewind Project Commissioner/Creator IBM Team Kim Holmes, Michelle Wang, Guy Loret de Mola, Rachel Chen

Eclipse Codewind is an open source project that makes it easier for developers to create cloud-native applications within their favorite integrated developer environment (IDE). Why is this important? Building and developing a cloud native, containerized applications is incredibly complex for developers, preventing them from doing the one thing they really want to do - code. Without Codewind, a cloud app developer needs to create their own application stack for a containerized microservice that also fits their preferred language. Additionally, containerized development exposes more infrastructure requirements and infrastructure knowledge than the developer needs to have. Ultimately, a developer spends an enormous amount of time setting up their development environment before actually beginning to code.

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DIGITAL - FASHIONTECH

Macy’s App - Redesign, Augmented Reality, Style Quiz & Style Hub Project Commissioner/Creator Macy’s Team Jill Ramsey, Willy Lai, Dave Torres, Ana Grace, Agata Krol, Ricky Li, Lucy Wilson, Philis Liu, Tussanee Garcia-Shelton, Stephanie Houle, Olchi Skant, Shirley Schutt, Amanda Richardson, Kenneth Tse, Aileen Medina, Paul Chang, Jasdeep Chugh, Kandice Levero, Peter Heery, Lucas Kim, Jeff Byrd, Victoria Honey, Bahador Shojapour, Jazz Ng-Quan, David Hughes, Meredith Duncan, Melissa Ngu, Thanh Tran, Phyllis Hau, Tracy Reppert, Amy Cheng, Derek Edwards, Becky Jorgenson, Shilpi Jaiswal, Kelly Kuhn, Karyn Garske, Amy Fritz, Smrutha Ipparthi, Satish Satish, Scott Scherer, Chris Milne 210

Macy’s mobile app is a service that allows customers to shop Macy’s offerings online. It includes a host of shopping and style-oriented features, as well as augmented reality features from beauty to home furnishings which allow customers to preview products virtually through their mobile device. In 2019, the Macy’s mobile app was redesigned with a clean, simple, and fashion-inspired design. As a result, user engagement increased dramatically following the launch of the new design.

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DIGITAL - FASHIONTECH

Macy’s Site Redesign Project Commissioner/Creator Macy’s Macy’s website allows customers to shop Macy’s offerings online, and includes a host of shopping and style-oriented features. In 2019, the Macy’s website was redesigned with a clean, simple, and fashion-inspired design. As a result, user engagement increased dramatically following the launch of the new design.

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Team Jill Ramsey, Willy Lai, Dave Torres, Ana Grace, Agata Krol, Ricky Li, Lucy Wilson, Philis Liu, Tussanee Garcia-Shelton, Stephanie Houle, Hafez Janssens, Shirley Schutt, Elena Rubtsova, Kenneth Tse, Amanda Richardson, Paul Chang, Minakshi Mukherjee, Kandice Levero, Jacques Dupoux, Lucas Kim, Rebecca Rosen, Victoria Honey, Aileen Medina, Jazz Ng-Quan, Jasdeep Chugh, Meredith Duncan, Peter Heery, Jeff Byrd, Kathy Rott, David Hughes, Mark Lee, Gargi Godbole, Yasmine Curitana, Til Mauder, Rian Draeger, Olga Guzhavin, Patrick Liang, Henry Kuo, Lin Ong, Saint Hall, Bhavna Sheth, Leopoldo Udan Jr, Tonya Rado, Phyllis Hau, Tracy Reppert, Vlad Kuznetsov, Darin Spicer, Jay Dunlavy, Amy Cheng, Derek Edwards, Justin Wade, Michael Moir, Norman Long, Priya Gupta, Santosh Jhingade, Carolyn Michaud, Leah Bottner, Brett Mercer 211


DIGITAL - FINTECH

Beeline Project Commissioner Beeline Creator Work and Co. Team From Work & Co, multiple team members across strategy and design, led by Caleb Yarian, worked closely with Beeline and their design and development team on the website launch. Helping to create Beelines design, look and feel meant conveying simplicity and leveraging the advanced technology to encapsulate a shorter and simpler home loan journey.

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Beeline is a digital lender that gives consumers the shortest path to their dreams of a new home or refinancing. It’s radical new way to apply makes less work for consumers by linking securely to their exact bank, pay and tax info to verify it right away and give them a more accurate approval than a typical preapproval, only they have it upfront and with way less homework. Aside from cutting guesswork and back and forths, removing and automating steps saves people money as well — because it allows Beeline to offer very low rates. Breaking away completely from the traditional lenders, Beeline is transforming the home loan experience through its approachable brand voice and beautiful aesthetic. Its website and application needed to convey this simplicity and transparency to its users through every step to allow users to feel empowered and informed during every step to closing — rather than often feeling judged, interrogated and left in the dark. New York Design Awards 2020


DIGITAL - GAMES

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit Project Commissioner/Creator Logitech

The Adaptive Gaming Kit is a collection of high performance, durable buttons and triggers for the Xbox Adaptive Controller to unlock the possibilities of play.

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit is designed to be the perfect companion to the Xbox Adaptive Controller, giving gamers the necessary tools they need at a more affordable price point. It also supports Logitech Gaming commitment to inclusivity and diversity in gaming, reflecting the company’s fundamental belief that life is more fun when you play, and that everyone should be able to experience the joys of play.

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DIGITAL - HEALTH

Kemtai Project Commissioner/Creator Kemtai

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Kemtai is a digital fitness company founded by three amateur athletes, who are also serial entrepreneurs in the computer vision field. The founders realized that although there are many different types of online video workouts, none give the kind of feedback you get from a personal trainer or an exercise teacher at the gym. So, with the guidance of their in-house team of professional personal trainers, they created the Kemtai experience.

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DIGITAL - HOME & LIVING

Mirror Project Commissioner/Creator Mirror

Mirror is the world’s first nearly invisible, interactive home gym. Studio classes are great for high-quality, hands-on training, but are often draining on time and budget. Mirror is the first to bring the collective benefits of quality fitness studios into the home with a beautiful piece of hardware that enhances any room. Mirror’s all-in-one responsive display is comprised of an LCD panel, stereo speakers, camera (with lens cap for privacy), microphone and one-way mirror to create a fully immersive fitness experience within the home. During a workout, instructors provide real-time instruction and even personal shoutouts. Mirror then optimizes in real time based on a user’s goals, preferences and biometric data. Sync a Bluetooth heart rate monitor or Apple Watch to enable competition mode and Mirror’s proprietary algorithm will track users’ ability to achieve, maintain and recover from target heart rate zones.

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Ring Always Home Cam Project Commissioner Amazon Creator Ring

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The Ring Always Home Cam Is a new way to look after the home and provide multiple viewpoints with one device. This autonomous indoor security camera flies your chosen, personalized paths so that you can easily check in on your home for peace of mind—like whether someone left a window open or forgot to turn the stove off

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DIGITAL - RETAIL & SHOPPING

Macy’s Site Redesign Project Commissioner/Creator Macy’s Macy’s website allows customers to shop Macy’s offerings online, and includes a host of shopping and style-oriented features. In 2019, the Macy’s website was redesigned with a clean, simple, and fashion-inspired design. As a result, user engagement increased dramatically following the launch of the new design.

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Team Jill Ramsey, Willy Lai, Dave Torres, Ana Grace, Agata Krol, Ricky Li, Lucy Wilson, Philis Liu, Tussanee Garcia-Shelton, Stephanie Houle, Hafez Janssens, Shirley Schutt, Elena Rubtsova, Kenneth Tse, Amanda Richardson, Paul Chang, Minakshi Mukherjee, Kandice Levero, Jacques Dupoux, Lucas Kim, Rebecca Rosen, Victoria Honey, Aileen Medina, Jazz Ng-Quan, Jasdeep Chugh, Meredith Duncan, Peter Heery, Jeff Byrd, Kathy Rott, David Hughes, Mark Lee, Gargi Godbole, Yasmine Curitana, Til Mauder, Rian Draeger, Olga Guzhavin, Patrick Liang, Henry Kuo, Lin Ong, Saint Hall, Bhavna Sheth, Leopoldo Udan Jr, Tonya Rado, Phyllis Hau, Tracy Reppert, Vlad Kuznetsov, Darin Spicer, Jay Dunlavy, Amy Cheng, Derek Edwards, Justin Wade, Michael Moir, Norman Long, Priya Gupta, Santosh Jhingade, Carolyn Michaud, Leah Bottner, Brett Mercer 217


DIGITAL - RETAIL & SHOPPING

Macy’s App - Redesign, Augmented Reality, Style Quiz & Style Hub Project Commissioner/Creator Macy’s Team Jill Ramsey, Willy Lai, Dave Torres, Ana Grace, Agata Krol, Ricky Li, Lucy Wilson, Philis Liu, Tussanee Garcia-Shelton, Stephanie Houle, Olchi Skant, Shirley Schutt, Amanda Richardson, Kenneth Tse, Aileen Medina, Paul Chang, Jasdeep Chugh, Kandice Levero, Peter Heery, Lucas Kim, Jeff Byrd, Victoria Honey, Bahador Shojapour, Jazz Ng-Quan, David Hughes, Meredith Duncan, Melissa Ngu, Thanh Tran, Phyllis Hau, Tracy Reppert, Amy Cheng, Derek Edwards, Becky Jorgenson, Shilpi Jaiswal, Kelly Kuhn, Karyn Garske, Amy Fritz, Smrutha Ipparthi, Satish Satish, Scott Scherer, Chris Milne 218

Macy’s mobile app is a service that allows customers to shop Macy’s offerings online. It includes a host of shopping and style-oriented features, as well as augmented reality features from beauty to home furnishings which allow customers to preview products virtually through their mobile device. In 2019, the Macy’s mobile app was redesigned with a clean, simple, and fashion-inspired design. As a result, user engagement increased dramatically following the launch of the new design.

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DIGITAL - TRAVELTECH

SpaceShipTwo in VR Project Commissioner/Creator Virgin Galactic Team Virgin Galactic in collaboration with Seymourpowell, London.

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Aspiring astronauts and space enthusiasts around the world, now have the opportunity to explore the Virgin Galactic cabin design and spaceflight experience through an augmented reality enabled mobile app, which launches after the live event, and is available to download for free at both the App Store and Play Store.

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Live Subway Map Project Commissioner Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Creator Work and Co.

Work & Co has launched the first major redesign of the MTA subway map in decades, and acclaimed filmmaker Gary Hustwit documented the process of creating a new “live map” — one that updates in real-time — to help New Yorkers and tourists better plan their journeys. The Live Subway Map, which can be found at map. mta.info, is a more accurate, tech-forward option to printed maps and those commonly used on station walls. Using the MTA’s own data, the map, which is web-based to reach across a multitude of devices without a download, continually updates routes to illustrate current and accurate train service status.

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Project index 2020 Penghu Bay International Light Festival Theme Area

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40 East End Avenue

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A Can Has No Name (MTN DEW)

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A Serene Hideaway

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A Tribute to Sensibility with Sense

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Adidas London

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Aesthetics of the Modern Forest

57

Afterpay Bondi Mint

183

Agile Kylin Mansion Landscape

102

Airbus ZEROe

172

Apple ‘Gobi’

201

Apple iOS14

171

Arboriculture-Water Rhythm

58

ARCore 202 Bathing Light

67

BD Veritor™ Plus System for Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2

142

BeauEr 3X travel trailer

153

Beeline 212 Beijing Yinghai · Metropolis Times

175

BioVYZR 1.0

126

Boost Surfing fin

152

Boulder house

34

Boundless 43 Brightgreen Wellness System

159

Bugu Bugu Kids Center

56

Calm and Repose

35

Chengdong Elderly Nursing Home

32

City Above The Clouds

20

Colors of Life

110

Corner Paradise

82

Cozy Sprit Spot

54

Crayola Colors of the World

132

Critical Mass

188

Dimness 49


DineOut NYC

112

Domain of Tranquility

85

Doritos Rainbow - Mexico

180

Dream Shadows

86

Dyson CoVent

138

Easybreathe Adult Surface Snorkeling Mask COVID-19 Adaption

140

Every Bottle Back Initiative

165

Exploratorium ‘Self, Made’ Exhibition Marketing Campaign

190

Fashionable Manhattan

68

Flying 29 Focus 50 Franchise Freedom

178

Freedom of Slow Living

70

Freehand

203

Fusion Fitness·q-plex Premium Club

40

Fuzhou Vanke Jinyu International Experience Center

46

G-COFFEE Nanjing Zifeng

53

Gift Shop

91

Glide 208 Gogoro Eeyo 1s

154

Greenland Global Healing District

93

Greenland Hongkong Intercity Space station, Guangde

101

Greentown · Magnificent Residence Show Flat

74

Guangzhou COHL · The Riverside

100

Harmonious Symphony

69

Hi-Q 89 HiLo Life

186

Home to Modern Art

79

Homewood campus student center

23

IBM Eclipse Codewind

209

ID NOW RSV

139

Integration of Taiwanese and Japanese Aesthetics

55

International Quantitative Investment Firm

37

InVision 207


Project index InVision’s Design System Manager

206

IQbuds2 MAX

129

Kemtai 214 Kids Colorful Palette

31

Kunming Jinglan Mansion

92

Lanshan Party K

45

LARQ Bottle

130

Lead-Washed 80 Learning of Four Arts, Guests from Four Directions

47

Leisure Complex of Zhongguancun Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Industrial Park

30

Leisure Journey of Nature

48

Less Is More

95

LIFEWTR Series 7: Art through Technology

176

LIFEWTR Series 8: Unconventional Canvas

185

LIFEWTR Series 9: Art of Recycling

115

Light and the woodhouse

75

Light Weaving

107

Lingering Happiness

97

Lipton Avant-Garde Special Art Edition (EER)

195

Live Subway Map

220

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit Loop 168 Macy’s App - Redesign, Augmented Reality, Style Quiz & Style Hub

210, 218

Macy’s Site Redesign

211, 217

Magnolia Lake Villa

87

Messages for the City

111

Mirinda Unexpected Combo Summer LTD (EER)

184

Mirror 215 Modern Aesthetic of Curves

62

MTA UV-C Disinfection Pilot Program

124

MTN DEW Amp Game Fuel Launch

196

Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

26

Neighborhood Goods - Chelsea Market

99

New Life Proposal

61


New York Times Droplet Visualisation

191

Niche Shop of CEDRUS

88

Nordstrom Flagship

15

Norton Art+

109

Oculus Quest 2

156

Ollie Chair

149

Once in A Blue Moon

42

One Riverside Mansion

71

OpenSpace 200 Opus One Exhibition Centre

17

Oracle-Reconstruct 204 Ovation Travel Group

38

owl car cam

160

PanaCast 148 PARALLEL REALITY™

167

Pelé Soccer Times Square

105

Pepsi 60 Years Ltd Ed Cans (EER)

194

Pepsi NFL Patriots Champions Can

177

Pepsi x CNY Year of the Rat (GCR)

181

Pepsi x EXPO 2020 (GCR)

179

PEPSI x MOMHANDWORKS - LTO CAN SET (GCR)

197

PepsiCo two-liter bottle

133

Petal 136 Philips Hue Play gradient

137

Planet Word: The World’s First Voice-Activated Museum of Language

116

Poly Galaxy Land K3

60

Project Connected Home over IP

169

Prosthesis 150 PUMA North America Flagship

16

Qingyun Valley Visitor Center

28

Quality Arena

98

Rachel House

36

RealSense Lidar Depth Camera

157

Ree Auto

123


Project index ResMED Ventilator Production

141

Resplendent Glimmer of Rock

76

Reversal 90 Rhythmic Geometry

81

Ring Always Home Cam

216

River Street Waterfront

113

Rush/Cty 151 Rye In The Valley

103

Samsung Terrace Outdoor TV

125

Shiseido Americas Headquarters

39

Simple and Serene

63

Simple New Fashion

41

Sky Yards

21

Slow Living

64

smoodi 121 SodaStream Professional

144

Soundsticks 145 SPACE10 189 SpaceShipTwo in VR

219

Spiro Waves

143

Square 131 Starbucks 173 Stay At Home Books and Coffee/Tea Mystery Bag

166

Suning Sandal Wood

94

Surface Hub 2S

158

Taishin International Bank HQ Holiday Decoration

108

Taiwan Lantern Festival 2020 - Born On The Island

104

Tarmac SL7

155

Telehealth Toolbox

164

Texture of One’s Sphere

77

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership

114

The Dreamer Base

78

The Home for a Brand New Start

73

The Hospitable Villa House

84


The JACX

14

The Master Series

146

The QUBE Hotel Jiangsu Xinjyi

52

The Shine of Sustainable Architecture

72

The Spiky Blob

187

The Stadium of Tomorrow

25

The Water Box Program

135

Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library

24

Toky Terrace

22

TourBox 147 Tranquil Home

83

Tree Dasher

192

Trimble X7 and Perspective 3D scanning solution

120

Tru Earth Eco-Strips

134

Truman’s Cleaning Range

128

TVU One 4K HDR

161

Uber Elevate

170

United Art

44

Unocups 127 Urban Anti-Catalysts

27

Vanke Universe Art Museum

59

VW electric id3

122

Weaving Light

51

West Bund Park

18

Xinglong Lake CITIC Bookstore

19

Zapps and OnZoom

205

Zonhow • 5Fook International Sales Center

96


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