Hall 1 AB
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre New Wing
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|Aug 31||Wednesday||11 am - 7 pm|
|Sept 01||Thursday||11 am - 7 pm|
|Sept 02||Friday||11 am - 7 pm|
|Sept 03||Saturday||11 am - 6 pm|
[ 25 Years of Design ] Exhibition, an official 25A HK event celebrates the 25th Anniversary milestone of the HKSAR Establishment.
Hong Kong's jubilant return to China began a new historical chapter and [ 25 Years of Design ] Exhibition aims to share with the public about Hong Kong's progressive design journey from past, present and in the future across the Greater Bay region.
Design is an integral element of our daily lives, and has huge impact on society. [ 25 Years of Design ] Exhibition is a testament in reflecting Hong Kong's design achievements.
Unlike other typical Government celebratory event, [ 25 Years of Design ] Exhibition is an informative and immersive design experience for the public from all walks of life and ages with free admissions.
Welcome to [ 25 Years of Design ] and have an Enjoyable, Exciting Exhibition Experience !
They represent the foundation of our Country's Chinese values, our history, our culture and our visions.
With the support of HK Education Bureau and active local Schools, the PRC National and HKSAR Regional Flags & Emblems Exhibition aims to nurture patriotic virtues among students and the public through design perspectives, as well as better understanding of the past sacrifices leading to today’s prosperous stability.
the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design, CURB Center for Architecture and Urbanism – Macau, Guangzhou Urban Planning Association, Urban Planning Society of Shenzhen, and Zhuhai Planning Exploration and Design Industry Association ("Five Founding Member Institutes") agree to establish the Greater Bay Area Urban Designer Alliance ("the Alliance").
Winning projects of the The Greater Bay Area Urban Design Awards 2020 X HKIUD Urban Design Awards 2021 will be exhibited in [ 25 Years of Design ].
reflects the design development of diverse work types ranging from transport, medical, academic, community, housing, heritage, cultural and sports. The HK Government continues to have strong commitment in improving better design living environment for Hong Kong.
18 outstanding public projects:
1998 Hong Kong International Airport / 2006 Dr Sun Yat Sen Museum / 2006 Bethanie / 2012 Tai O Heritage / 2013 HK Velodrome / 2014 Jockey Club Innovation Tower / 2018 West Kowloon Station / 2018 Hong KongZhuhai - Macao Bridge / 2019 Xiqu Centre / 2021 Hong Kong Infection Control Centre + Community Isolation Facilities / 2021 Central Market / 2021 GREEN@WANCHAI / 2021 M+ / 2022 Hong Kong Palace Museum / 2022 Ex-Sham Shui Po Service Reservoir / 2022 Fangchang Hospitals / 2023 Kai Tak Sports Park / 2023 Tung Chung 99 Housing / Relocatable Transitional Social Housing by Modular Integrated Construction (MIC) Study
come to offer their insights and professional experience as speakers to the general public, aims to generate design impact, offer creative exchanges and foster design appreciation in the HK community.
Alan Chan, Creative Director of Alan Chan Design / Florence Chan, President of American Institute of Architects Hong Kong Chapter / Kin Cheong Chan, Partner of Shadow / Sunny Cheung, Design and Architecture Curator M+ / Donald Choi, President of Hong Kong Institute of Architects & Hong Kong Institute of Urban Development / Jennie Chui, Community Organizer of The Society of Community Organization of Hong Kong / Matthew Farr, Senior Associate of Populous / Keith Griffiths, Chairman, and Founder of Aedas / Benjamin Lam, Partner of Shadow / Chris Law, Founding Director of the Oval partnership / Frank Leung, Founder, and Principal of via. / Steve Leung, Founder of Steve Leung Design Group / Michael Li, Deputy Director of Architectural Services / Philip Liao, Partner of Philip Liao and Partners / Bryant Lu, Vice Chairman of Ronald Lu and Partners / Dr. Calvin Luk, Project Manager, and Team Leader of Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation / Elaine Ng, Founder of The Fabrick Lab / Horace Pan, Chairman of Hong Kong Interior Design Association / Tsang Ho Yin, Director of P+T Group / Rosana Wong, Member of The Construction Industry Council's Committee on BIM / Tak Keung Yeung, Commissioner for Sports. Culture ,Sports and Tourism Bureau / Michael Young, Founder of Michael Young Design
For Speakers Schedule, please view here.
lighting to daily products by several award-winning HK-based designers, reflects the boundless creative and production opportunities offered together in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
The Exhibition also aims to inspire our HK youth and budding designers to continue exploring and expanding the creative horizons, embracing challenges and ideas with positive energy in the next 25 dynamic years of new HK Chapter.
Alan Chan / Dennis Cheung / Caroline Chou / Kiran Chu / Lorene Faure / Frederic Gooris / Steve Leung / Kevin Lim / Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui / Michael Young
MIC Living Exhibition takes on a creative approach to the standard configuration of Modular Integrated Construction (MIC) to offer the public a refreshing 'never too small' living space.
is a project commissioned by the Italian Cultural Institute - Hong Kong, in which Novalis Art Design provides concept and guidance to university students at the HK Design Institute to produce a set of new furniture that shows a contemporary interpretation of the Memphis Group. The Memphis Group defined '80s aesthetic and greatly revolutionised the design world. It expanded the boundaries of design, emphasizing the expressive possibilities of design as a vehicle of communication, rather than just one of utilitarian function.
The project will culminate in an exhibition of the students' work alongside original Memphis Group design masterpieces in the [ 25 Years of Design ] exhibition.
The UK’s design industry is one of the largest in the world, and is at the global forefront of innovation. Creative firms in the UK are twice as likely to have introduced new products and services to the market as businesses in other sectors, while the creative economy has consistently been the fastest growing sector in the UK for two decades, delivering over £100 billion to the economy.
At [ 25 Years of Design], the UK Pavilion will feature products and services from British companies related to interior and product design for the commercial , educational, and medical sectors in Hong Kong ,demonstrating the latest and most innovative solutions in designs.
Visit our Pavilion and discover the UK's innovative solutions.
when Hong Kong living standards were tough yet people's spirits stayed high and resilient with positive energy in building a better future together.
A visual feast allows visitors to be immersed into the spectacular iconic skylines and breathtaking natural landscapes of Hong Kong.