Good Design Award 2007

Good Design Award 2007

Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization is now accepting entries for the 51st annual juried award, "Good Design Award 2007".

The "Good Design Award" is Japan's only comprehensive design evaluation and commendation system.

This system itself has its origins in the "Good Design Selection System" (generally known as the "G-Mark System") instituted by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1957.

Having achieved to build a foundation to nurture the industry and design of Japan, many participation from every country in the world have been joining this award as a synthetic design evaluation system, and the awarded designs count more than 30,000 items so far.

The scope of the "Good Design Award" now transcends mere evaluation of design, and this system is now beginning to play a dynamic role in getting us to think about basic matters such as the lives we should be living and how industry can undergo continuous development.

Deadline for applications is June 13, Wednesday.

more: g-mark.org (462)

Good Design Award

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