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Award-winning works on display
    2018-February-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Winning design works of the Third Shenzhen Design Award for Young Talents (SDAY) are on display at Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition.

Italian designer Fabrizio Alessio stood out from over 260 contestants and won the Grand Award along with a prize of US$20,000 with his design of an open-source wheelchair project called TooWheels last week.

TooWheels is a platform that enables people with disabilities to make their own wheelchairs anywhere in the world with local materials. Users can download files and instructions for the construction online, customize a wheelchair for themselves and make the wheelchair at home or using digital fabrication equipment if they are close to a FabLab. Compared with buying a wheelchair, the project provides users the option to make a customized wheelchair at one-10th of the cost.

Ten designers and design teams from France, the United States and China were offered the Merit Award. Each of them received a prize of US$5,000. Ten students and student teams from Mexico, France, the United Kingdom and China won the New Star Award. Each of them was awarded US$3,000.

Organized by the Shenzhen City of Design Promotion Association, SDAY is a biennial award first launched in 2013 with the aim of rewarding young and talented designers below 35 years of age from cities named under the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN).

Dates: Until Feb. 23

Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition, 184 Fuzhong Road, Futian District (福田区福中路184号深圳当代艺术与城市规划展览馆)

Metro: Line 3 and 4, Children’s Palace Station (少年宫站), Exit A(Zhang Yang)

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