Co-creating Hong Kong at Design Inspire, Photos

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” was part of the HKDC Pavilion at DesignInspire. We showed our latest installation of 12 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

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” was part of the HKDC Pavilion at DesignInspire. We showed our latest installation of 12 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.


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


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.


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