Yu-jui Chou is a freelance designer from Taipei, Taiwan. "Design is a discovery for me,
a discovery of how objects interact with us in our daily lives."
Ching-ting Hsu works both
as a designer and an artist. "For me, to design an object is to open a window for the world"
Hsiao-ying Lin works as a designer, artist and lecturer. Her design reflects on everyday life experience and memory.
Simple and direct idea is the basis for good design to Chen-hsu Liu. “Being a designer enables me to observe the world with sensitivity, and enriches my life with broader perspective.”
Rock Wang believes design should be pure and truthful. His approach is to find balance amidst conflict. "Retreat in order to advance" is his strategy
in this opinionated and
Pili Wu is a young Taiwanese designer. "The cultural significance in which I intend to demonstrate is not what's been displayed in the museums, but the visual and sensual experience of my life in Taiwan."
Idee Liu is a cowboy designer from Taiwan. Always working at the edge, he crosses over with nine different craft makers from different disciplines for the "world cups" project.
Chun-chieh Won works as an industrial and interior designer. In design he tries to combine the emotional and the communicative elements found in daily lives.
Yu-cheng Yao is a young Taiwanese designer. He now studies in California for further education.
Graduated from IED, Milan, Chia-en Lu started to explore the design world as well as the world of traditional craftsmanship. One of her projects, "TaiChai Mat" was awarded
in the Muji International Design Competition.
Po-ching Liao is an industrial designer and
is enthusiastic in the experimental and conceptual design approach. His recent work investigates the relation between Eastern abstract beauty and nature.