Traditional Craft Innovation in Taiwan-3
A series of programs on how to inject creative energy into "traditional crafts" through the means of "design" in Taiwan, and how to flip and create greater value to their products.
Taking traditional Taiwanese crafts such as bamboo, ceramics, leather and fabrics as examples, we give a new look to traditional crafts through the creative ingenuity of designers.
In this episode, we will introduce Taiwanese Porcelain brand, “The Shu's Pottery”.
Ceramics have always been a common necessity in households in Taiwanese community.
The Shu's Pottery is now in its fourth generation, and the family has been making porcelain since 1926. The Shu's Pottery has produced everything from tiles for roof and architectures, and to bowls and plates, they are all essential to every household in Taiwan.
The fourth-generation heir, Steve Shu, who will introduce the development of the brand and how to find opportunities for innovation in tradition.
|Date & Time(GMT+9)||2022/10/14(Fri)18:00|
|Theme||Traditional Craft Innovation in Taiwan-3|
|Host||Taiwan Design Research Institute(Taiwan)|
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