To expand the global exchange of information this listing includes all upcoming IFI events as well as events submitted by IFI Members around the world. Events include general assemblies, congresses, workshops, seminars, exhibits and lectures. Awards and competitions will only be listed if they are endorsed by IFI. If you are not an IFI Member and wish to submit an event, you must apply for IFI Endorsement through the IFI Secretariat. If you are an IFI member, please submit an event here.
DFA (Design for Asia) Awards 2019 – Call for Entry
The Awards covers a wide range of design that embodies Asian aesthetics and culture and influences the design trends in Asia and for Asia.
Organised by Hong Kong Design Centre, DFA Design for Asia Awards aims to celebrate design excellence and acknowledge outstanding designs with Asian perspectives.
Design project, produced and launched in one or more Asian markets between 1 January 2017 and 31 May 2019, is eligible for the Awards submission by the design’s owner or client, the brand’s owner, its designer or its design consultancy.
Taipei International Design Award (TIDA) 2019 – Call for Entry
The competing fields include Industrial Design, Visual Communication Design and Public Space Design. Entries open till July 18.
Taipei City Government organizes the Taipei International Design Award in the ethos of “Design for Adaptive City”, as an on-going gesture to the world, particularly to those with a passion for creativeness and design, a gesture in projecting the urban branding imagery of “Design Taipei; Dream Taipei”. Here is an open call for outstanding international designs and an effort to shape Taipei into a convergence platform for creative designs, thereby to discover creative designs with business potential, and further still, to encourage practices of social design in an advocacy that design as a medium can bring humans a better, more pleasant and convenient life.
Taipei City Government has been devoted to shaping Taipei into a city with design visions and has been encouraging designers to contemplate on the meaning of design, to see design as a problem-solving tool, that is, to solve problems inevitably faced by the general public, the society or the city, and to further present Taipei International Design Award in the ethos of “Design for Adaptive City”.
II International Architecture Design & Landscape Architecture Biennial
The second biennial International Architecture Design & Landscape Architecture awards Symposium celebrates built projects across the globe.
80 Years of Interior Design @ RMIT
Join RMIT Interior Design as they celebrate 80 years of being a program!
Join RMIT Interior Design as they celebrate 80 years of being a program! Hosted at The Capitol, plan to arrive at 5:30 to then enjoy 80 minutes of pasts, presents, and futures for the program, followed by a cocktail reception.
Theatre seats are limited so please RSVP ASAP!
Dress Code: Party!
11th Annual Generative Space Award – Call for Entries
Deadline for submittals to the Generative Space Award is 15 June 2020.
Imagine that respect for human dignity is an experience that we have consistently — regardless of where we are, what we are doing, or who we are with. Imagine having experiences of actually flourishing — that is, unprecedented releases of our human vitality – throughout our ordinary daily life…Let your imagination soar, and discover the vision of our world as it is being created through the work of The CARITAS Project.
The CARITAS Project has pioneered a learning practice that does just that. As a result of extensive international scientific research, rigorous field-testing in 6 countries, and ongoing and thorough peer-review, The CARITAS Project has established the knowledge clearinghouse for the wider community to benefit from. This knowledge-base, ‘A Place to Flourish’, is the fourth project of The CARITAS Project, building upon the ongoing work of the pioneering leaders in ‘Leading by Design’, the third project of The CARITAS Project.
This knowledge-base is available here — in these web pages, providing practical resources to enable you to learn about creating places that support human flourishing. We invite you to visit these pages often, as new documentation is being added regularly.
Welcome to the world transformed…
The CARITAS Project provides knowledge-based resources in the field of healthcare, namely how systemic and sustainable improvements in healthcare can be achieved through ‘generative space’. .