Niềm vinh hạnh lớn đối với VDAS chính là được đón tiếp những tên tuổi hàng đầu trong làng thiết kế thế giới của thế kỷ 21 đến với cộng đồng thiết kế Việt Nam trong khuôn khổ sự kiện Hội nghị thượng đỉnh khởi nguồn sáng kiến VMARK, giải thưởng thiết kế nội thất VMARK và Tuần lễ Thiết kế Nội thất. VDAS vẫn luôn hướng tới các ngành thiết kế sáng tạo khác, và năm 2019 được chọn là năm đầu tiên cho Thiết kế Nội thất vinh danh với các Hiệp hội Thiết kế Nội thất toàn cầu.
Thế giới đã vinh danh những gương mặt này trong mảng thiết kế sáng tạo, tư duy đổi mới, doanh nghiệp toàn cầu hóa hàng thập kỷ qua nhưng có lẽ ít ai biết tới nhiệt huyết và tâm huyết dành cho ngành thiết kế tại Việt Nam, giúp chúng tôi tự tin tổ chức sự kiện này để kết nối những tài năng Việt đến với thế giới.
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Mr. MICHELE D’ERCOLE
Chairman at Italian Chamber
of Commerce in Vietnam
Founded in 2008, The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (ICHAM) has the main purpose of undertaking activites to support commercial exchanges between Italy and Vietnam, assisting economic agents and fostering the development of economic relations and cooperation among entrepreneurs of the various countries within Europe.
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (Icham) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Vietnam Design Association (VDAS)
The purpose of this MoU is to advance the mutually beneficial informal working relationship between VDAS and Icham. VDAS mission, to develop Design Education and Thinking, Icham mission to improve the quality and impact of Design, come together in the emerging fields of Design development and production. These two organizations are therefore working together to ensure that we build unique and recognized Vietnam Design identity. Design Business and production, while providing vibrant, human suitable places for living and working. In essence VDAS and ICHAM are uniting in the goal of Promoting development of Design Meaning and Business Mind.The parties pledge to work together to help the development of Design meaning and business, and community better serve the needs of society through proper Design and Management. Two parties seek to advance their working relationship with respect to people needs and development-related issues, including, but not limited to the following:
Fostering Design Thinking, Design Production and Business
Developing and sharing strategies for new projects and events that will create opportunities for budding young Designers in terms of job placement, industrial attachment and industry collaborations through vary of activities such as seminars, workshops, exhibitions, study/design business tours to Italy (exhibitions, festivals, companies’ visiting, etc.)
Advancing indoor Design quality, occupant well-being, and productivity.
Developing case studies and best practice demonstrations and advancing and developing guidance on the state of the Design.
Promoting collaboration between VDAS regions and ICHAM components in Education and Outreach, and Research and demonstration of best practice of our members.
Promote V-MARK Vietnam Design Award to companies, organizations relevant in design. Support VDAS in consultancy, judgment and training for candidates, link Vietnam Design Award to Italia Good Design Competitions and Award and other International Award’s networks.
Prof. Patrick Fong
PFD+ / Director
Professor Fong is a registered Professional Interior Designer of IIDA (U.S.A), Chartered Society of Designer (UK) and member of AIA (USA) He was elected as the Chairman of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association from 1993-1995. During his 30 years of practice, he completed more than 1,000 major projects located in Mainland China, London, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and USA, and receiving more than 100 design awards.
In addition, Mr. Fong lectured at the Hong Kong University and The Tsing Hua University in Bejing China. He also sat on the judging panel for the Asia Pacific Interior Design Award competition and the examination panels for various design institutes. Presently Mr. Fong is the Professor of The China Academy of Art in Hangzhou China, rating the best art academy in China. In 2005, he established the “Most Original Design Award- Patrick Fong” in China to encourage the young designer on creative thinking.
Mr. Jason Wang is the leading figure in the Chinese design arena who had devoted himself to the design industry as a curator up to 2009. Wang is the Secretary-General of Asia Pacific Design Center (APDC) as well as the Secretary-General of the Organizing Committee for the APDC Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards for Elite.
In 2010, Mr. Jason Wang established the Asia Pacific Design Center (APDC) in Hong Kong, China. He also initiated the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards for Elite with the theme ‘Celebrating Creativity’, which has become one of the most important design awards in the Chinese community.
Asia Pacific Design Center (APDC) / Secretary-General
Born and educated in Melbourne, Australia, Suzy showed a passion for design early in life. Like other children, she spent many hours drawing and painting — unlike other children, she spent just as many studying floor plans, visiting show houses and spending most of her pocket money on design magazines.
Later, with a further developed love for the arts and the built environment, Suzy went on to study Interior Design and Textiles. Over the following years, Suzy worked across the interiors industry. Her experience with furniture, homewares and bedding further built her understanding of the relationship between the components of an interior.
In 2001, a stroke of destiny found Suzy working in Tokyo for an American textile company. Several years later, and a few continents travelled, Suzy found herself back in Asia, this time in Hong Kong. After holding senior positions with two award-winning design firms and gaining experience in high-end residential and 5-star hospitality projects, Suzy founded her own interior design studio.
Having authored a successful design blog that had garnered worldwide praise and a strong following within the design community and growing increasingly frustrated with the existing design publications available in the market, a conversation between friends was what Suzy needed to spark the idea to publish a design magazine.
Design Anthology was launched in early 2014 to a strong following that continues to grow. A quarterly, Design Anthology is published independently and is the only design magazine available across the Asia region to focus on a curated selection of high-end projects in the region or by Asian designers internationally.
In late 2018 Design Anthology UK, a sister licensed edition launched in the European market, and in late 2019 a new edition for the Australian and New Zealand audience will be launched.
Mr. RICCARDO FRANCESCHI
Architect, Interior Design, Professor LABA University
1989-1994 Polytechnic of Milan, Faculty of Architecture and Interior Design
1993-1995 Assistant Professor of Architecture at Faculty of Architecture of Polytechnic of Milan
1996 Opens office in Brescia
2009 Partnership with Giorgio Goffi
2010 Establishes with Giorgio Goffi ARCHI2 office
1994 “Premio San Carlo Borromeo” Permanent Exhibition in Milan (selected)
2005 “Piranesi Prix International” (finalist)
2006 Award “Gold Medal for Italian Architecture” Honorable Mention
“International Prize Mies Van Der Rohe” (selected)
“National Award ANCE-IN / ARCH”, Prize for the best young architects project section
Mr. KOJI SAKAI
Board Director of JID Japan Interior Architects/Designers Association
Mr. Koji Sakai is the Director of Sia-furniture, Japan. Concept "SIA×DESIGN=HAPPINESS" Create the feeling, not the shapes. SIＡ is a design unit with the motto,"SIA×DESIGN=HAPPINESS", try to create comfortable, convenient and pleasant things.
Mr. Koji Sakai is also in the Board of Director of Japan Interior Designers' Association (JID). JID was founded in 1958 as a national association to represent the interests of the interior designers in Japan. Since then, JID has been dealing with the professional, cultural, and legal interests of the interior design profession supporting and promoting the realization of the modern design.
The full membership consists of the individual designers who practice interior design and interior product design as well as the researchers engaged in the field of interior design. The supporting membership includes the organizations, companies, design schools and institutes relevant to the field of interior design who wish to contribute the goals of the association. The objectives of the association are to contribute to the social well-being by looking for the common solutions to make better living environments and to enhance the social recognition of the importance of interior design.
For this end, JID has been exchanging ideas and experiences and trying to strengthen social solidarity between the individuals and the organizations nationally as well as internationally in order to establish the recognition, methods and technique to meet the common goals as the professional organization. JID has taken its roll as a member of global society participating positively in the international activities and voicing itself on issues concerted. and will continue to do its part striving towards the objectives raised through a range of activities and with the recognition and responsibilities as a national organization.
Mr. CAMERON WOO BIO
Interior Design Confederation
Mr Cameron Woo, founder of Cameron Woo Design (CWD), is celebrated as one of the world’s top interior designers. His firm has been featured in the interior design bible, Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, the Oscars of the interior design world, and has won multiple awards from the International Property Awards, London for World’s Best Interior Design, Asia Pacific’s Best Interior Design and for Singapore.
CWD’s clientele include many of the world’s leading property developers such as Kerry Properties, Swire Properties, Capitaland Residential, Ho Bee Group, VIG and Mulpha International.
Cameron Woo has been invited to speak at international interior design conferences such as 100% Design, China International Interior Design Cultural Festival, Housing Industry Association of Australia, One to One with World Class Designers in Bankgkok and Hong Kong International Lighting Fair. CWD has collaborated with some of the world’s largest consumer and prestige brands such as Dulux, AkzoNobel, Louis Vuitton and Philips Lighting.
Cameron Woo is a panellist on Akzonobel’s Colour Futures and is a regular guest judge and mentor on the hit international interior design reality television show The Apartment TV, (Season 5 & 6) with 11 million viewers in SEA alone. Cameron is currently the President of the Interior Design Confederation Singapore from 2018-2019.
Trained in architecture, KEAT Ong is an international awards-winning multidisciplinary designer in spatial design. He is the current president for Society of Interior Designers, Singapore (SIDS) and founder of Nota Design Group.
Keat has been named one of Asia’s Top Designers in Singapore Design Awards 2014 and also as Designers of the year 2016/2017 from the famed Interior Design Magazine. He was also awarded "The Influencer Award" in Maison Shanghai and conferred “The Most Influential Designer” title by China’s national body for Interior design, China Building Decoration Association in 2017.
Keat has also been appointed chief judges and jury members for many well-known awards globally such as A’ Design Awards & Competitions (Italy), Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards (Hong Kong), Asia Young Designers Award (Asia) and so on.
Also a passionate educator, Keat is the visiting professors and examiners in many Asian universities and institutions such as China Academy of Art, Southwest Forestry University (China), Singapore Polytechnics, Lasalle College of the Arts (Singapore) etc.
Some of his notable projects include the Changsha Library, Changsha Museum, Dong Ting Lake Exhibition Centre, Lion’s Den Hotel Pingjiang, and many series of Experience & Sales Centres for big brands such as H3, Freewill, Dianfeng and so on.
Mr. KEAT ONG
President of Society of Interior Designers
Nota Design Group - Managing Director
Mr. Eisuke Tachikawa is a design activist and representative at NOSIGNER. A design strategist. Build relationships through design (social implementation of design) = Apply design to new areas, build a naturally straightforward beautiful vision for the future
Clarifying the idea of the structure (structuring knowledge of design) = Clarify the idea and creation of the structure, increase the number of change makers by producing society’s evolution of the future
To actualize these two goals, he advocates "evolution thinking" to learn design through biological evolution. Clarifying ecology found in the background of design, the aim is to actualize truly valuable ideas for the future, as soon as possible. Eisuke Tachikawa provides creative education through workshops for universities, NPOs and companies as a philosopher who explores the ideal form of evolutionary design thinking. As a designer, he has accomplished beyond the fields of and active in architecture, graphic design, product design, and has the experience of winning over 50 awards internationally in leading design awards. These include Good Design Gold Award, DFA Grand Prize (Hong Kong), PENTAWARDS Platinum Award (World's No.1 food packaging / Belgium ), SDA Grand Award and the DSA Annual Spatial Design Award Exellence Priz. He has served as a judge for many international design awards such Good Design Award, DIA Award (Design Intelligence Award) and WAF (World Architecture Forum).
During March - September 2014, the Cabinet Secretariat hosted the "Cool Japan Movement Promotion Conference" where he was officially invited to volunteer as the concept director from the Ministry. He contributed to the formulation of the CJ mission declaration "Japan, a country that provides creative solutions to the challenges that the world faces.”
Although he pioneered design strategies, there was a strategic cabinet remodel 2 weeks after the presentation, that ultimately discontinued this mission. He is currently doing what he can with the policy of real Cool Japan.
WIKI "OLIVE”, launched only 40 hours after the Great East Japan Earthquake hit, shared useful open designs for disaster survivors, established the disaster-prevention design movement. Continuing on from this concept, he worked for developing TOKYO BOSAI (cooperation with Dentsu Inc.), the largest disaster prevention plan in Japanese government history that Tokyo issued more than 7.8 million copies.
Currently, through design strategies that encourage social change, he continues to co-create with various organizations in fields such as next generation energy · regional activity · generation inheritance · traditional industry · science communication.
Mr. EISUKE TACHIKAWA
Design Strategist / Founder / Director NOSIGNER
Associate Professor KEIO University
Mr. Casey Hyun is an international multi-award winning designer/strategist, business consultant and a futurist. He has over 20 years of experience in Industrial Design, automotive and IT sector including Panasonic, Audi, Ford, GM and most recently Hyundai Motor Company, where he led the rise of Hyundai’s brand value from $5b to $10.4b as the head of design/brand.
He is the principal of Global Design Index Ltd.. GDI is a global strategic design consultancy. GDI help to build future through creative design problem solving, Future trend forecasting, Design value evaluation, Investment risk analysis, Strategic design, Red team.
He is also professor at Inchon National University Design Faculty.
Creative design manager at Hyundai
Head of Strategic Design at Hyundai
MA, Coventry University UK
Designer, AUDI AG. Germany
Designer, Ford Motor Company. UK
Designer, Panasonic Mobile comm. Japan
- 2006~ UTS Casey Hyun design award
- 2014, 2015 Yonsei University MBA lecturer
- 2014 Hyundai Genesis designer
- 2015 VIVID Sydney Keynote Speaker
- IF Concept award Jury
Mr. CASEY HYUN
Industrial Futurist Designers
Principal Global Design Index Ltd
Visiting Lecturer, Incheon National University, Korea / United Kingdom / Australia
Mr. Tung Ching Yew is a multi-disciplinary designer who has vast experiences from reputable international design consultancy organisations. Ching Yew has successfully accomplished projects both locally and overseas in countries such as U.S, China, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. He has won Gold and Bronze awards in Industry Design Excellence Awards (I-DEA) for Exhibition and Retail categories in 2014 and 2012 respectively.
Having more than 10 years of industry practice, Ching Yew established a spatial design practice, Spirit Of Design Analogy Pte Ltd (SODA) with another fellow alumnus from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
With a total of 15 years of design industry experience that includes design management and project management, Ching Yew has completed projects in major retail malls in Singapore such as Marina Bay Sands, ION Orchard, 313 Somerset, TripleOne Somerset, Iluma, Vivocity, Suntec City, Marina Square, Plaza Singapura and still counting. Some of the other mentionable projects which he was involved as a design consultant are National Day Parade, Orchard Road Christmas Light-up, CommunicAsia / BroadcastAsia, Food and Hotel Asia, and TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition.
SODA is an award winning spatial design firm established in Singapore that specializes in Corporate Spaces. We have completed projects in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and China mainly in Retail, Commercial Office, F&B, Showroom, Hospitality and Exhibition Design sectors. We have been actively participating in seminars as guest speakers and jury panel for awards programme.
Mr. TUNG CHING YEW
Managing Director of SODA
Adjunct Lecturer Nanyang Academy
Void, our desire for design and planning is; To understand the lifestyle, requests, affordance, necessary skills, materials and environments, which our consumers with for, then to organize and rearrange them. To design a new relation between Void and consumers by improving images and providing a reliable lifestyle.
NAMBA PARKS・Parks Moon The 41st square Blue'dge WINDSOR ＆ BOULOGNE ＆ LOGOS THE WESTIN NAGOYA CATSLE deluxe suite INAX Shinjuku show room 4F CLStage THE WESTIN NAGOYA CATSLE chapel The Opera & HUGS THE RITZ-CARLTON Tokyo 45F dining THE SAKAE RESIDENCE moitie moitie mamaya Noritake Sakae patisserie gramme PROUD Mizuho-hinatacho Hilltop Notitake Ginza Iseya Sohonten Koen-ten Nakanoshima Wellness Center Keishindo JP tower KITTE Marunouchi knot Vent Vert Higashiyama Hotel Gate In Kagoshima Sumai Salon Aichi Fudosan Okazaki Leopalace21 Head office 1F LIXIL show room
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America 2004 IIDA 2004 Award of Excellence (IES) Illuminating Engineering Society of North America Paul Waterbury Award of Excellence(Outdoor) ～ NAMBA PARKS・Parks Moon Good Design Award 2003-2004 Award of S&M Enterprises ～ Concrete Design Kitsuji Illuminating Engineering Society of North America 2005 IIDA 2005 Award of Merit (IES) Illuminating Engineering Society of North America Edwin F. Guth(Interior) Merit Award (Award of Excellence) ～LIVE JAZZ LOUNGE TRIBECA Tokyo Illuminating Engineering Society of North America 2008 IIDA 2008 Award of Merit (IES) Illuminating Engineering Society of North America Edwin F. Guth(Interior) Merit Award (Award of Excellence) The Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan Excellent Illuminating Facility in Tokai Branch, Chief Award ～The 41st square Blue'dge Best Store Of The Year 18th Award of Excellence ～INAX Shinjuku show room 4F CLStage Architecture Award in Mie 29th, General Section Winner ～Okashi-dokoro TORAYA SHOGETSU 8th PUBLIC Space Design Contest, 3rd place of facilities department ～Noritake no Mori - my Dining
Mr. NIWA HIROYUKI
Architecture & Interior designer
President of Japan Interior Architects / Designer's Association
Director of Japan Commercial Environmental Design Association
Mr. STEVE LEUNG
President of IFI - International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers - USA
Founder of SLD Group Holdings - Hongkong
Mr. Leung Chi Tien Steve (梁志天) is the Founder and a Director of each of SLD Group Holdings, SLDL, SLAL, Steve Leung & Yoo (SLY), Steve Leung Hospitality (SLH), Steve Leung Exchange (SLX), Steve Leung Lifestyle (SLL) and Everyday Living (EDL). Steve is mainly responsible for the brand building, market development and strategic planning of our Group, as well as creative design of our key projects.
Mr. Leung is a leading architect, interior and product designer in Hong Kong with over 30 years of experience in the interior design and decorating services and architecture industries. Steve's works reflect the projects' unique characters with his contemporary touch, taking inspirations from the Asian culture and arts. Prior to establishing the Group in 1997, Steve served as an assistant architect of Wong & Ouyang & Associates from 1981 to 1983, and was responsible for office/commercial and residential projects. He worked as a building surveyor of the Building Development Department of Hong Kong from 1983 to 1986 and the Buildings and Lands Department of Hong Kong from April 1986 to June 1986. Steve was a director of Architects and Designers Co. Limited (later known as C D U Architects, Planners Limited.), an architectural and urban planning consultancy, from 1987 to 1990, responsible for architecture and interior design advisory. He also established LKI Development Limited (later known as Leung & Chow Architects Planners Limited), an architectural and urban planning consultancy, in 1990 where he was a director, responsible for architecture and interior design advisory.
Mr. Leung obtained a bachelor of arts degree in architectural studies, a bachelor of architecture degree and a master of science degree in urban planning from the University of Hong Kong. He became a member of The Hong Kong Institute of Architects in 1983, an Authorised Person (List of Architects) in 1994, and a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners in 1992. He became a registered architect since 1991. He is also a fellow member of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association and a member of the Hong Kong Designers Association. In 2013, Mr. Leung was appointed as an executive officer of the design professional committee of China National Interior Decoration Association. He was elected as the President on the IFI Executive Board from 2017 to 2019 of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers. In 2016, he was appointed as Chairman of the Board of C Foundation.
Mr. Leung also assumes several social positions including the adjunct professor of The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education and a member of the board of directors of Hong Kong Design Centre. Mr. Leung was also recognised as an honorary fellow of Vocational Training Council in 2016.
Mr. Khoi Vo
Vice President for SCAD Hong Kong
Since 2009, Khoi Vo served in Savannah College of Art and Design's Interior Design department. While chair, heled the department to its No. 1 rankings by DesignIntelligence of both the undergraduate (2012-2016& 2018) and graduate (2012-2014, 2016& 2018) programs. For 2018, DesignIntelligence named him as one of the 25 MostAdmired Educators in the fields of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture, recognizing hisactive educational engagement in the design community and hisleadership in innovative interdisciplinary collaboration.
Vo is active with the Council of Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) as a site visitor. He currently sits on the national board of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) where he serves on the awards committee, as a foundation trustee, and as a student advisory council member. Vo's academic credentials include a Bachelor's degree in design and architecture and a Master of Architecture degree.
In May 2018, Vo was named Vice President for SCAD Hong Kong, where he oversees the daily operations of the campus including academic services, student success, admission, accounting and finance, human resources, marketing and public relations, physical resources, technology services, and institutional effectiveness. He lives in Hong Kong with his wife, Kristen, and son, Caleb.