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ChungSheng Chen Seawool Cape
Seawool Cape is Bronze Design Award winner in 2022 - 2023 Sustainable Products, Projects and Green Design Award Category.
Seawool Cape

Seawool cape weights only 300 grams, is lightweight, easy to handle and washable. It is made from seawool yarn which come from the combination of recycled plastic PET bottle and nanolization oyster shell powder from discarded shells, not just only reduces waste, but delivers performance benefits like thermal regulation, odor resistance, moisture management and quick dry, soft woolen touch, and also anti-static, antibacterial, no chemical antibacterial agents added, is friendly to user's skin, providing a better wearing experience. Seawool truly the sustainable materials from the ocean.

Seawool Cape
ChungSheng Chen Seawool
ChungSheng Chen Cape
ChungSheng Chen design
ChungSheng Chen design
ChungSheng Chen

Prof. Chen holding a Master and Bachelor degree of Industrial Design, he has been an associate professor teaching product design, creative design thinking in University for more than 29 years. Being a practice designer and a university design instructor, he played an active role in creative design industry, with few hundreds of products he had designed and awarded with lots of merits and accolades. He had instructed few hundreds award winning works and projects from students he taught. He also established his own design studio focusing in strategic design thinking, product planning and branding services, helping many SME companies to acquire project funding from government.

Tainan University of Technology/Product Design Deparment

Established in 1965, Tainan University of Technology is an university with “cultural creativity” as the core value, they devote themselves to educate talents with the ability of “applicable practicing” and “humanistic technology” that conforms to the needs of the society and the industries. To fulfill this goal, they are positioned and advancing to a technology university of “cultural and creative teachings.”