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Retail in Asia partners with DesignInspire

Retail in Asia partners with DesignInspire

From the 6-8 December 2018 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center in Wan Chai, Retail in Asia will be joining DesignInspire: an international creative exhibition to showcase Hong Kong and global innovation and creativity.

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The event will be concurrently held with the Business of Design Week (BODW).

The exhibition is suitable and free of charge for all.

This year, the exhibition partners with Melbourne to present “Think, Collaborate, Create”.

The “Shared Values” exhibition will feature the works of 100+ Victorian designers, spanning across themes of design and play, making well being, identity, invention and learning, the cross-disciplinary exhibition examines how Melbourne’s designers have shaped everyday life through their meaningful and unique work in various contexts.

With DesignInspire’s overarching theme of “Co-create A Happy City”, the “Urbanovation” pavilion will showcase how sophisticated technologies and design solutions would help to create a happier city in the future.

An array of interactive installations and innovative solutions will be featured.

The “Shop” pavilion is another highlight that provides a retail platform for designers and brands to promote their creative pieces.

On sale highlights include a unique collection of “Abstract Fluid Printing” resin pieces (including clocks, coasters and tiles) from Agape Design.

Retail in Asia partners with DesignInspire

Another feature is ByLeona, a series of high quality porcelain product merging the traditional Oriental culture and elements found in ancient products with new technology and innovative design.

Retail in Asia partners with DesignInspire

Not to be missed is the cat candle from Editecture, that aims to showcase the artistic beauty of Architecture and Fashion.

The candle is shaped as a geometrical cat shape with a grinningly metallic skeleton inside.

Don’t miss the series of cross-over design installations “RetroInnovations” created by 26 emerging young Hong Kong designers to re-interpret and pay tribute to traditional craftsmanship!

Open to the public free of charge, the 3-day inspirational experience is definitely insta-worthy!