Futian District has a new addition: a Sino-Finnish Design Park. Its opening was attended by more than 100 officials and design professionals, and is hoped to contribute to the growing relationship between Helsinki and Shenzhen.
The design park has a range of different services within its six floors; a public service platform, an innovative-projects incubator for young designers, an international design talent training and certification center, and has office space taken up by several design companies.
One of the most exciting studios is Studio Kukkapura, named after world-renowned Finnish designer Yrjo Kukkapuro. The studio exhibits some of his works from the past half-century.
Source: Shenzhen Daily
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