"Refined touch" exhibition photos

Refined touch

Crossover between design & craft

Here are a few images of the exhibition “Refined touch: crossover between design & craft” curated by Amy Chow for Design Spectrum, 7 Mallory Street.

Refined touch

Crossover between design & craft

Here are a few images of the exhibition “Refined touch: crossover between design & craft” curated by Amy Chow for Design Spectrum, 7 Mallory Street.


Upcoming exhibition at Design Inspire, Hong Kong

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

Featuring 21 unique projects by Hong Kong’s emerging and leading designers, the “Co-creating Hong Kong: a Design+ Exhibition” is part of the HKDC Pavilion at DesignInspire. The exhibition illustrates how design can be a co-creative force in technology, sustainability, and community. Come visit us, we are showing our latest installation of 12 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Where
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Booths 3E-A09, 3E-A11

When
5-6 December 2019 (Thu-Fri) 9:30am-7:00pm
7 December 2019 (Sat) 9:30am-6:30pm

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

Featuring 21 unique projects by Hong Kong’s emerging and leading designers, the “Co-creating Hong Kong: a Design+ Exhibition” is part of the HKDC Pavilion at DesignInspire. The exhibition illustrates how design can be a co-creative force in technology, sustainability, and community. Come visit us, we are showing our latest installation of 12 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Where
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Booths 3E-A09, 3E-A11

When
5-6 December 2019 (Thu-Fri) 9:30am-7:00pm
7 December 2019 (Sat) 9:30am-6:30pm


Upcoming: "Refined touch: crossover between design & craft" exhibition

Refined touch

Crossover between design & craft

Proud to be a part of “Refined touch: crossover between design & craft” curated by Amy Chow for Design Spectrum.

Please find all information here below to go visit the exhibit.

Date
2019.12.02 – 2020.01.19

Opening hours
10:00 – 19:00

Location
Design Spectrum at 3/F, 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Free admission

Refined touch

Crossover between design & craft

Proud to be a part of “Refined touch: crossover between design & craft” curated by Amy Chow for Design Spectrum.

Please find all information here below to go visit the exhibit.

Date
2019.12.02 – 2020.01.19

Opening hours
10:00 – 19:00

Location
Design Spectrum at 3/F, 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Free admission

 


Values of Design - Living Tradition, Photos

Values of Design - Living Tradition

A Design Society exhibition

As part of the Suzhou Design Week, Design Society organised an exhibition named “Values of Design – Living Tradition”. For the occasion we showed a small library of Erosion.

Here are a few images of the show.

Values of Design - Living Tradition

A Design Society exhibition

As part of the Suzhou Design Week, Design Society organised an exhibition named “Values of Design – Living Tradition”. For the occasion we showed a small library of Erosion.

Here are a few images of the show.


Co-creating Hong Kong, Photos

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, we showed our latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Here are a few images of the show.

This exhibition was co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, we showed our latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Here are a few images of the show.

This exhibition was co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.


Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Photos

Cheongju International Craft Biennale

Dreaming the Crafts of the Future

Extremely proud to be showing one of our pieces at the Cheongju International Craft Biennale. Here are a few images of our selected piece at the Biennale.

We want to thank the jury of the competition for selecting Déshabillé, series 04, vase 02.

The Biennale will be opened until November 17th 2019 so head to Cheongju to see the amazing work exhibited.

Photo credit: Heidi Bach Hentze

Cheongju International Craft Biennale

Dreaming the Crafts of the Future

Extremely proud to be showing one of our pieces at the Cheongju International Craft Biennale. Here are a few images of our selected piece at the Biennale.

We want to thank the jury of the competition for selecting Déshabillé, series 04, vase 02.

The Biennale will be opened until November 17th 2019 so head to Cheongju to see the amazing work exhibited.

Photo credit: Heidi Bach Hentze


Values of Design - Living Tradition exhibition

Values of Design - Living Tradition

Design Society in Suzhou

Proud to be a part of the latest Design Society exhibition “Values of Design – Living Tradition” that will take place during the 2019 Suzhou Design Week.

Please find all information here below to go visit the exhibit.

Date
2019.10.24 – 2019.10.29

Time
10:00 – 17:30

Location
Exhibition H, No.28, Liaojia Lane, Gusu District, Suzhou

 

Values of Design - Living Tradition

Design Society in Suzhou

Proud to be a part of the latest Design Society exhibition “Values of Design – Living Tradition” that will take place during the 2019 Suzhou Design Week.

Please find all information here below to go visit the exhibit.

Date
2019.10.24 – 2019.10.29

Time
10:00 – 17:30

Location
Exhibition H, No.28, Liaojia Lane, Gusu District, Suzhou

 


Exhibition with Na Space, Shanghai

《来回》To Return

Contemporary Artist and Designer Exhibition with Na Space in Shanghai

策展人Curator | 宋涛 Song Tao

2019.09.08 — 2019.09.11

Shanghai Hongqiao National Convention & Exhibition Center | Booth A3

《来回》To Return

Contemporary Artist and Designer Exhibition with Na Space in Shanghai

策展人Curator | 宋涛 Song Tao

2019.09.08 — 2019.09.11

Shanghai Hongqiao National Convention & Exhibition Center | Booth A3


Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion, Hong Kong

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition explores definitions of heritage, conservation and critical making through design. In its third iteration, the collective community of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) has been creating new, site-specific objects inspired by the old 1936 Haw Par Mansion, heritage archives in Hong Kong and new methods of craft and making by exhibition partners, Tai Ping.

On view at Haw Par will be a culmination of site-specific objects by Hong Kong based designers, who have been involved in the Design Trust foundation as grant recipients and designer mentees during the past years.

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition

Date : 2019.9.13 (Fri) – 30 (Mon)
Location : Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Rd, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

A series of guided tours, workshops and design dialogue will be presented during the exhibition period, sharing with the community how design and innovation can empower our collective heritage. All events are free of charge. Stay tuned for more details!

RSVP only please register here :
Public Tours *

Date : 2019.09.13 (Fri), 15 (Sun), 18 (Wed), 22 (Sun), 27 (Fri)
Time : 12pm – 1pm
Location: Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Curators, Mentors and Partners: Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami (Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier, Douglas Young (Goods of Desire), Frank Leung & Irene Lai (via.), Ho Puay-Peng, Hunter Tura, Lyndon Neri & Rosanna Hu (Neri & Hu), Michael Young, Roger Wu (Haw Par Music), Michelle Chu (Tai Ping) and Marisa Yiu (Design Trust).

Designer Mentees: Adonian Chan, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Florian Wegenast & Christine Lew, Ire Tsui, Michael Leung & Rony Chan, Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, Polly Ho & Andy Wong, Sharon Tsang-de Lyster, Xavier Tsang

Upcoming exhibition at Haw Par Mansion

Heritage is innovation

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition explores definitions of heritage, conservation and critical making through design. In its third iteration, the collective community of Design Trust Futures Studio (DTFS) has been creating new, site-specific objects inspired by the old 1936 Haw Par Mansion, heritage archives in Hong Kong and new methods of craft and making by exhibition partners, Tai Ping.

On view at Haw Par will be a culmination of site-specific objects by Hong Kong based designers, who have been involved in the Design Trust foundation as grant recipients and designer mentees during the past years.

DTFS 2019 “Heritage is Innovation” Exhibition

Date : 2019.9.13 (Fri) – 30 (Mon)
Location : Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Rd, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

A series of guided tours, workshops and design dialogue will be presented during the exhibition period, sharing with the community how design and innovation can empower our collective heritage. All events are free of charge. Stay tuned for more details!

RSVP only please register here :
Public Tours *

Date : 2019.09.13 (Fri), 15 (Sun), 18 (Wed), 22 (Sun), 27 (Fri)
Time : 12pm – 1pm
Location: Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong

*Limited capacity, first-come first-serve basis

Curators, Mentors and Partners: Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami (Studio Swine), Brendan Cormier, Douglas Young (Goods of Desire), Frank Leung & Irene Lai (via.), Ho Puay-Peng, Hunter Tura, Lyndon Neri & Rosanna Hu (Neri & Hu), Michael Young, Roger Wu (Haw Par Music), Michelle Chu (Tai Ping) and Marisa Yiu (Design Trust).

Designer Mentees: Adonian Chan, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Florian Wegenast & Christine Lew, Ire Tsui, Michael Leung & Rony Chan, Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, Polly Ho & Andy Wong, Sharon Tsang-de Lyster, Xavier Tsang


Upcoming exhibition at Chandran Gallery, San Francisco

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21