Ye Feng Weaving Interactable Silk Scarf
Weaving Interactable Silk Scarf is Iron Design Award winner in 2022 - 2023 Textile, Fabric, Textures, Patterns and Cloth Design Award Category.
Weaving Interactable Silk Scarf

People may need a lot of scarves to meet different wear needs, but, from the limited resources environment, is it possible to make a scarf with different visual effects through design innovation? Weaving offers such a practice of design innovation. The integration and innovation of traditional wisdom and Chinese culture breaks through the two-dimensional space limitation and realizes diversified visual arrangement and combination in the three-dimensional space. Gives the silk scarf brand-new cultural experience process and visual experience.

Weaving Interactable Silk Scarf
Ye Feng Weaving
Ye Feng Interactable Silk Scarf
Ye Feng design
Ye Feng design
Ye Feng

He has won four RedDot Awards, and won the best of best with "Messizon" in 2013.Won the IDEA 7 times, won the IDEA Silver Award with the "Aiding Cup" in 2013. Won twice DIA Awards, 5 IDA awards and 5 EPDA award. Total of more than 50 design awards. Committed to the realization of innovative value design, rooted in the local environment, dedicated to exploring the user experience under the unique expression of culture, incorporating art, humanities, business, and technology into design, using cross-border methods to express the understanding of design and the value of design to society and significance.

Communicate University of Zhejiang

Communication University of Zhejiang (CUZ) is a high-level media university with distinctive industry characteristics, co-funded by Zhejiang Provincial People's Government and the National Radio and Television Administration. On September 8, 2004, Xi Jinping, the then Secretary of Zhejiang Provincial Party Committee, inspected the University and proposed the earnest hope of "keeping up with the times and highlighting the characteristics". The University was developed from its former schools - Zhejiang Radio and Television College which was founded in 1978, and Zhejiang Radio and Television Specialised College which was founded in 1984. In 2000, the two colleges were merged to form Zhejiang Radio and Television Institute. In 2004, it was upgraded to Zhejiang University of Media and Communications. And recently, the University has gained its new current name. There are two campuses one in Xiasha Hangzhou, and one in Wuzhen Tongxiang, covering an area of 87 hectares with a total construction area of 642,000 square metres. It has 16 secondary colleges, schools and other departments and study and research centres, with more than 14,500 students and 1,400 faculty and staff. It has won the titles of "National Civilized Unit", "National Education and Training Demonstration Base for Party Members", "National Language and Written Language Promotion Base", "National Typical Experience University for Graduates' Employment" and "National Standardized Language and Written Language Demonstration School".