Here are the winners of the Design Competition. Total award: € 13.500, an exhibition in the International Art Fair in Guangzhou and a job interview.

Category A - Home Space: Leonardo Tobaldo
Category B - Decor: Agostino Narduzzo and Giulia Rancan
Category C - Work of Art: Chiara Cesca and Anna Dariol

 
Minimal taste and environmental awareness, sense of play and reference to nature have prevailed in Twin City - Civilization Redesign design competition.
 
With their original proposals of concepts of interior design and works of art inspired by Chinese culture, Leonardo Tobaldo (1st prize of Category A - Home Space), Agostino Narduzzo and Giulia Rancan (1st prize of Category B: Decor), Chiara Cesca and Anna Dariol (1st prize Category C: Work of Art) have distinguished themselves among the many competing thanks to their ability to integrate the values of the Western and Chinese traditions, through solutions with aesthetic quality and design coherence.
 
There were three project categories indeed, provided for in the contest launched last June by the Architecture Studio Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD and the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair with Itasia s.r.l. and POLI.design.
 
As the application phase closed, the selection committee made up of  Matteo O. Ingaramo, Director of POLI.design, Architect Enrico de Benedetti, Designer Davide Groppi, Interior Designer Jason Ma (Taiwan) and Zeng Zhen Wei (Cina), Professor of Art and Design, has selected the best proposals for each category in the competition, by awarding specifically:
  • Home Space (Category A):
Leonardo Tobaldo: 1st prize - € 2.000,00 
Alessio Serrani and Marco Milandri: 2nd prize - € 1.500,00
Sonia Zocchi, Laura Gallazzi and Francesca Colonnelli: 3rd prize - € 1.000,00
Special Mention to Stefano Calzone, Urte Berukstyte and Monika Petraityte Ilaria Papotti and Milena Gasparetto.
  • Decor (Category B):
Agostino Narduzzo e Giulia Rancan: 1st prize - € 2.000,00 
Agnese Dori: 2nd prize - € 1.500,00
Ekaterina Shchetina: 3rd prize - € 1.000,00
Special Mention to Umberto Colasanto, Luca D'Urbino and Stefano Carta Vasconcellos.
  • Work of Art (Category C):
Chiara Cesca and Anna Dariol: 1st prize - € 2.000,00 
Silvia Natali: 2nd prize - € 1.500,00
Giulia Nelli: 3rd prize - € 1.000,00
Special Mention to Mattia Marvardi, Edoardo Fraccaro, Mauro Castagnoli and Weipeng Wu
 
In addition to the cash prize, the winners of each category participated in the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, scheduled for 2 to 5 December 2016, showcasing their project; they had also the opportunity to have an interview with the Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD architectural studio for formalizing any prospective jobs.
 
Twin City - Civilization Redesign
 
Further information on the Contest and regulatins are available on the website www.polidesign.net/en/TwinCity.
 

Competition of ideas promoted by architectural studio Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD and the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, with Itasia s.r.l., organized by POLI.design

Deadline Categories A and B: October 17, 2016
Deadline Category C: November 3, 2016
Total prize money: 13.500 €
First Prize: 2.000 €
Opportunity to win a trip to China, an exhibition in the International Art Fair in Guangzhou and a job interview
 
Identify original concepts of interior design inspired by Chinese culture.
This is the challenge of Twin City - Civilization Redesign, the contest promoted by Architectural studio Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD and the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, with Itasia s.r.l., organized by POLI.design.
 
Participation is open to students of art and design schools, young designers and creative under 35, Italian or who are studying/working in Italy. 
 
It's just an ancient Chinese motto to sum up the spirit of the contest: “the onlookers see more than the players do”: through the vision and interpretation of Chinese culture by young Italian designers and creative talents, the promoters aim to encourage the new generation of Chinese designers to discover the importance of their own culture and to hand such heritage over to the designers of the future. A number of facets and peculiar characteristics of this ancient culture, in fact, have been ignored, and have consequently disappeared or never emerged because of the recent sudden boom in Chinese economy.
 
Working individually or in groups, participants experiment with three different Categories of Project inspired by Chinese culture:
A. Home space;
B. Decor;
C. Work of art.
 
Participants in Categories A and B of the Competition had until October 17, 2016 to send their application and their project, that should in any case be new and developed specifically for the contest. Specifically, projects must be feasible and suitable for prototyping, to comply with the second phase: the promoters of the competition, with the support of the participants, will proceed to the realization of prototypes of the selected projects, which will be shown at the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, scheduled for December 2 to 5, 2016 in the city of Guangzhou (China).
Had until November 3, 2016 to independently carry out and present their work of art, those who choose to compete for the Category C of the competition.
 
 
It's up to a Jury of experts, consisting of academics and professionals, to find the proposals that will be distinguished by consistency, integration of values, aesthetic quality and feasibility of the project.
Among the members of the Jury: Matteo O. Ingaramo, Director of POLI.design, Architect Enrico de Benedetti, Designer Davide Groppi, Interior Designer Jason Ma (Taiwan) and Zeng Zhen Wei (Cina), Professor of Art and Design.
 
The jury will select three winners for each category of project in the race: the total prize money of € 13.500,00 will be divided as follows:
 
- Home Space (Category A):
1st prize: € 2.000,00 
2nd prize: € 1.500,00
3rd prize: € 1.000,00
 
- Decor (Category B):
1st prize: € 2.000,00 
2nd prize: € 1.500,00
3rd prize: € 1.000,00
 
- Work of Art (Category C):
1st prize: € 2.000,00 
2nd prize: € 1.500,00
3rd prize: € 1.000,00
 
In addition to the cash prize, the winners can participate in the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, showcasing their project; they will also have the opportunity to have an interview with the Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD architectural studio for formalizing any prospective jobs.
 
Guangzhou and Milan
Twin City - Civilization Redesign
Competition of ideas promoted by architectural studio Guangzhou Yuan She Yi He Decorate Design Co. LTD and the 21st Guangzhou International Art Fair, with Itasia s.r.l., organized by POLI.design, Consorzio del Politecnico di Milano
Deadline Categories A and B: October 17, 2016
Deadline Category C: November 3, 2016
Total prize money: 13.500 €
First Prize: 2.000 €
 
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