Thank you to all entrants who sent in their amazing artwork! Winners Chenhao Zhuang & LiWen Choy, both students of Auckland University, have just returned from the 4th annual Gwangmyeong Concept Design Symposium in South Korea.

2017 Winners


Our incredible
visit to
South Korea

PAST ENTRIES


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learn from past
entrants?

2017 entries

Chenhoa Zhuang

2017 entrant, 2017 winner
Chenhoa Zhuang

LiWen Choy

2017 entrant, 2017 runner-up
LiWen Choy

Ziyi Zheng

2017 2nd runner up, 2017 entrant
Ziyi Zheng

Chow Qin Yi

2017 entrant
Chow Qin Yi

Elaine Rose Mitchell

2017 entrant
Elaine Rose Mitchell

Chenhoa Zhuang

2017 entrant
Chenhoa Zhuang

Chenhoa Zhuang

2017 entrant
Chenhoa Zhuang

GeChunYi Wang

2017 entrant
GeChunYi Wang

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Weta Workshop Winners Return from a Creative Week in Korea

Weta Workshop Winners Return from a Creative Week in Korea

October 5, 2017

  Accompanied by two talented students, the Weta Workshop crew are back from a week of fantastical creativity: the Gwangmyeong Concept Design Symposium in South Korea! This trip is the culmination of the annual Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition (GCDC). Now in its fourth year, the GCDC asks the best emerging design talent in New Zealand … Read More

Entries Now Open for 2017

Entries Now Open for 2017

May 15, 2017

It gets bigger and better every year. Weta Workshop has opened the 2017 call for entries for the annual Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition. Up for grabs? An incredible trip to South Korea with Weta Workshop CEO and Co-founder, Richard Taylor. Now in its fourth year, the competition is a rare opportunity for New Zealand’s next … Read More

Architecture Student Wins GCDC 2016

Architecture Student Wins GCDC 2016

October 2, 2016

  The verdict is in. Weta Workshop has named Chow Qin Yi the New Zealand winner of the 2016 Gwangmyeong Concept Design Competition, an international art contest seeking the next generation of conceptual design stars from New Zealand and Korea. Chosen by a panel consisting of Weta Workshop Creative Director Richard Taylor and senior artists … Read More