The exhibition brings together 100 examples of Hong Kong design and offers a glimpse of how the region is developing contemporary Chinese design. Featured designers include Raman Hui, Chelsia Lau, Chief Designer, and many others.
Presenting a snapshot of Hong Kong creativity, Creative Hong Kong brings together 100 examples of Hong Kong design and offers a glimpse of how the region is developing contemporary Chinese design. Featured designers include Raman Hui, co-director of Shrek III, Chelsia Lau, Chief Designer, Ford Motors and architect Rocco Yim. The designs on display range from fashion to toys, from environments to communications.
Also on display are ten design objects, commissioned by the Hong Kong Design Centre to mark the tenth anniversary of Hong Kong’s reunification with China. They are the result of an experiment between ten world-renowned brands and ten globally recognised designers, born and educated in Hong Kong. Collaborations include Vivienne Tam and Georg Jensen, Eric Chan and Herman Miller and Gary Chang and Alessi.
The show will open on 6 June Design Overtime late night, Hong Kong Come Along, where you can dine on Dim Sum and dance to the sounds of our Hong Kong DJ until 10pm.
Join some of these Hong Kong designers at a special free one-day conference, Creative Business Forum.
Organised by the Hong Kong Design Centre and London Business School it takes place on Tuesday 3 June at
27 Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, London NW1.
Guest speakers include:
Ms Chelsia Lau, Chief Designer, Ford Motors, based in Shanghai
Ms Vivienne Tam, Award-winning fashion designer with stores from New York to Hong Kong. Inventor of ‘China Chic’. Hon. John Tsang, Financial Secretary of the Government of HKSAR
For more information and to register visit hkdesigncentre.org
Admission free to registered delegates. Register for all day or just for the morning or afternoon
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