The people, the projects and the events that made our headlines. We look at the year’s top stories.
In case you missed them, here’s a recap of our top 5 stories for the month of November.
The district was a hive of creativity on 19 and 20 November, with several exciting brands welcoming hoards of design-lovers for Hong Kong Indesign.
This year, seven brands took over The Space as part of Hong Kong Indesign’s curated space.
Driven by the vision “To make the world a better place to sit!”, the company consistently offers innovative seating solutions for people at work.
As part of its Hong Kong Indesign exhibition, international textile company Woven Image will launch Scale, a highly advanced, modular acoustic architectural shell that combines beauty and function.
Ober Group will be making the Asian debut of two new Purepaper collections at Hong Kong Indesign. The brand’s latest Purepaper Metal and Purepaper Color decorative laminates collections are designed by Patrick Norguet.
Offering design for rent or for sale, the Hong Kong-headquartered company brings authentic European furniture to Asia.
A conversation about the changing hospitality industry; an award-winning house by RT+Q Architects; a mature design personality for Twitter’s Asia Pacific HQ courtesy of Siren Design; a contemporary take on the monastery by Multiply Architects; the diverse portfolio of eco.id; and much more in our latest issue.
As we gear up for two full days of design action at Hong Kong Indesign 2015 – taking place on 19 and 20 November – we look back at some of the special moments from the inaugural 2013 event.
Launch Pad Asia is now inviting submissions from emerging designers in Asia looking to kickstart their careers.