Led by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Yilan County and in cooperation with the Taiwan Designers’ Web, this exhibition is a result of design workshops which reveals the way of creation process, by guiding students through aesthetic principles. Guided by carefully selected series of images, our program explains how can you easily create beauty with fun.

Israel’s pavilion is designed to take the visitor on a journey from the land’s ancient past, marked by the Hebrew Bible through major milestones in the history of the Jewish people, until the modern era and looking toward the future.

Led by NTCRI (National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute), the ongoing A New Layer project aims to build new partnerships and platform between Taiwanese and international designers and craftspeople. In 2017, the project moved into its second phase, with research and development wrapping up on "A New Layer II: Crafting Identities / Design Stories from Taiwan".

“Cut” is the creative action to deconstruct; “paper” is the medium to deconstruct. ”Paper Cutting & Design” is a group of designers with a shared mission to promote creativity through design. With a variety of themes, they interpret the heritage of paper cutting craft and care toward the motherland.

Strolling through the old street in Luodong, mixing with the sound of street vendors and the smells of the foods, the atmosphere seems to return to the past all of a sudden. What you can find is actually not only the city people’s imagination of a wonderful life, but also telling stories with its tempo.

The exhibition “ON MY WAY” is organized by Taiwan Designers’ Web, which carefully included four themed travel routes for people who want to explore the city. Essential travel items designed by Taiwanese designers are selected to accompany each route, which will guarantee a pleasant trip that one will fall in love with the city Taipei.

The exhibition「BOBEE 保庇」is curated by Taiwan Designers’ Web. Taiwanese brands and designers who have inspired by traditional paper-cutting, festivals and local religions are invited to howcase their talents here. This is when traditions are spoken through modern language, when the essence of culture is continued accompanying our collective memories.

Chair is one of the most used furniture in our everyday life. It is also an object that carries stories. Exhibition “Sit Down” hopes to convey the feeling of warm, comfort and emotions to echo the hospitality and passion of Taiwanese people- just as the impression of Taiwan. The exhibition also underlines the craftsmanship that utilized on the chairs. These details are both functional and representing local lifestyle.