Good Design Award ASEAN Design Selection
ASEAN Design Selection TOP
Outline of 2004
Exhibition in Japan
Brunei Darussalam
The Philippines
Outline of 2003
Outline of 2005

ASEAN Design Selection 2004

ASEAN Design Selection Award for Fiscal 2003

Eligible Products

The following categories were eligible for 2004.

(1) Furniture and interior furnishings
(2) Exterior furnishings
(3) Tableware and Everyday Goods
(4) Packaged Food Products
(5) Stationery
(6) Toys

The project follows the following three steps: (1) Counterparts in each country seek applicants from among companies and designers in their country. (2) 6 Good Design Award jury members from Japan travel to each country, conduct the screening, and decide which products will receive the award. Screening in some countries collaborated with local designers as jury. (3) The award-winning products are brought together for exhibition and a publicity campaign is conducted.
Entries are judged according to the Good Design Award screening criteria. Since the main aim of this project is to encourage introduction to the Japanese market, an additional criterion has been established concerning the significance of a product entering the Japanese market with the G-Mark attached.
Interviews are also held with the applicants for all designs being judged, and the results are communicated either through seminars or one-by-one discussion.

Circumstances of Applications and Awards
  Jury Screening
Total     70 44
Brunei Chiaki Murata 2/7 1 1
Cambodia Tetsuyuki Hirano 2/20, 21 4 4
Indonesia Shinichi Yamamura 1/15, 16 4 3
Malaysia Shinichi Yamamura
Suleiman Salleh
1/12, 13 8 4
The Philippines Leimei Julia Chiu
Chiaki Murata
Joey Yupangco
2/3, 4, 5 32 15
Thailand Motomi Kawakami
Coco Funabiki
1/26, 27 9 12
Vietnam Tetsuyuki Hirano 2/17, 18 10 5