COORDINATION ASIA’s CEO, Tilman Thürmer, has recently been part of the Shenzhen Creative Design Award jury panel in Shenzhen, China and returned from there with a fresh perspective on the new wave of creatives that design the future China. 协调亚洲执行董事，逖尔曼 图蒙，于近期受邀参与了中国深圳创意设计七彩奖的评审团，由此感受到了一股对于未来中国的清新创意设计理念浪潮。
There’s nothing more satisfying than being involved in a project from the cradle on. ‘Keep it Glassy’ was initiated and developed by COORDINATION ASIA in 2013 together with the Shanghai Museum of Glass. The exhibition brings international talent to Shanghai and explores the many ways in which glass inspires designers. We were thrilled to collaborate with the museum again for a sequel. Keep it Glassy 2 will zoom in on how design studios express their hopes and dreams for a better future, using glass. Curious? Keep it Glassy is on show from April 19 on.
没有什么比从一个项目的孕育开始就参与其中更能让人有成就感和满足感的了。“Keep it Glassy”国际创意玻璃设计展由协调亚洲于2013年发起并与上海玻璃博物馆联合策展举办。展览将极具天赋的国际设计作品带到上海，同时探索了玻璃在各个方面对设计师的灵感与制作方式的启迪。此次，我们非常激动地与玻璃博物馆再度携手为其书写续集。Keep it Glassy 2 将聚焦于设计师或设计事务所如何使用玻璃或其特性表达出他们对于未来的期许与畅想。好奇吗？Keep it Glassy展览将于4月19日起与公众正式见面。
There’s nothing more satisfying than being involved in a project from the cradle on. ‘Keep it Glassy’ was initiated and developed by COORDINATION ASIA in 2013 together with the Shanghai Museum of Glass. 没有什么比从一个项目的孕育开始就参与其中更能让人有成就感和满足感的了。“Keep it Glassy”国际创意玻璃设计展由协调亚洲于2013年发起并与上海玻璃博物馆联合策展举办
In close collaboration with the Guangzhou branch of Leafun Creative Exhibition Company Ltd., we created a multicultural, multifaceted and multi-medial experience for the new city museum of Nanning, the colorful capital city of Guangxi Province in the south of China. 即将开幕：南宁博物馆 // 与广州励丰展览的紧密合作使我们共同为南宁，这座色彩斑斓，位于中国南方的广西生省会城市创作了一个具有多文化，多角度，多媒体体验的全新城市博物馆。
On January 18, young VIP’s were the first to try out the Kids Museum of Glass, and discover everything there is to know about glass. 盛大开幕：儿童玻璃博物馆 // 1月18日，年轻的VIP嘉宾将首次被邀请来到儿童玻璃博物馆参观，探索并体验与玻璃相关的知识特性。
With China’s first design museum still on its way, COORDINATION ASIA now introduces China’s first children’s design museum: the Kids Museum of Glass. This educational design space, a former industrial workshop, is marked by kaleidoscope patterns, natural materials and contrasting sleek blackened glass surfaces. Street inspired materials such as simple plywood and sterling board give the space an edgy, playful and welcoming feel. The Kids Museum of Glass is the newest addition to the ever-growing Glass+ Park, one of Shanghai’s trendsetting creative hubs.