A design exhibition in Taipei has exploited two stereotypes that neither country should be ashamed of: it – whatever it was – was made in Taiwan, and the Dutch just get innovative design. Seeking to garner public interest in the integration of “humanity and technology,” the “Made in Brainport” exhibition will showcase numerous Dutch innovations in an effort to develop high quality products that improve residents' quality of life.
A Dutch design exhibition featuring the integration between humanity and technology opened Tuesday in Taipei, with organizers expressing hope that the event will spark interest in the field among the public.
The aspects of Dutch creativity that emphasize people's needs could offer chances for brainstorming between foreign and local designers, who have different design traditions, said the Taiwan Design Center.
According to the center, the exhibition, titled "Made In Brainport," introduces the operation of knowledge-based economy in the Dutch city of Eindhoven, which is recognized by the Intelligent Community Forum as a top technology breeding ground for innovation.
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