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RetroInnovations

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council invites 26 emerging young design talents from various disciplines – including architecture, spatial, graphic, product, accessories and fashion design – to create a series of contemporary installations to re-interpret and pay tribute to traditional culture. Blending traditional cultural elements into novel ideas and vivid artworks, the project demonstrates how traditional wisdom is being passed from the silver generation to the young, and how both generations unite to revitalise treasures from the past. Interacting with the series of interesting installations, visitors will understand creativity is not only a driving force to improve living standards but also an interconnecting fabric of the “past” and the “future” to promote sustainability among city dwellers from all walks of life in terms of cultural sustainability and conservation.

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A Roll of Chair
A Roll of Chair
 Zoe Siu
A Sheet of Stool
A Sheet of Stool
 Aron Tsang & Wesley Ho
Almond biscuit Playset
Almond biscuit Playset
 Agnes Hung, Benny Lee & Paul Mui
Aroma Prophecy
Aroma Prophecy
 Johnny Lo & Max Cheng & Valerie Ko & Cheryle Wong
Cabinet T
Cabinet T
 Dennis Cheung
CAGE
CAGE
 Sara Lee
Canton Treasure
Canton Treasure
 Dixon Ngai
Clang-go Clang-go Music Wheel
Clang-go Clang-go Music Wheel
 Chan Po Fung
Folding Street
Folding Street
 Rice Mok
Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope
 Bowie Choi
Mahjong Table
Mahjong Table
 Anya Wu
Moonlight Capsule
Moonlight Capsule
 Dylan Kwok
OO BLOCK TOWER
OO BLOCK TOWER
 Kenrick Wong & Magic Kwan
Seal
Seal
 Hidy Lam
SEE-THROUGH JADEITE
SEE-THROUGH JADEITE
 Eddy Tam
The Sleepless Playground
The Sleepless Playground
 Lo Yat Ming
The Spotted Blue Butterfly
The Spotted Blue Butterfly
 June Lau
The World’s Leaders
The World’s Leaders
 Carey Ip
Tricolor of Hong Kong
Tricolor of Hong Kong
 Ho Tsun Ming

A Roll of Chair

A Roll of ChairDesigner Zoe Siu always likes to use Chinese knotting to make new invention (Chinese knotting has been her design language in the past 7 years). This time she created a in between 2D and 3D Chinese knotted chair called “Macrame” that formed an illusion, whether you may sit on it or not. She used some large hoses as crafting materials, which she has never used before, hoping to make a modern feeling on expressing the art of Macrame.

Zoe Siu
 Zoe Siu

Zoe Siu was graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, majoring in fashion design in 2007. She had been working for international jeans brand DKNY JEANS and LEVIS. She later on interested in Chinese knotting crafts, and founded ZOEE in 2011. Zoe loves to infuse traditional craftsmanship into modern sculptural accessories, to express the chemistry of mixing traditional and modern elements.

Apart from accessories design, Zoe has been pushing her boundaries further by exploring the architectural possibilities. Through knot installations to reform the space of retails and galleries, incorporated with the bold, detailed and complicated sculptural elements.

Dedicated to promoting the art of knotting, Zoe regularly runs workshops for international brand launches, including OMEGA, Adidas, Uniqlo, MIKIMOTO & MARIMEKKO, etc.

A Sheet of Stool

A Sheet of StoolMetal-making is one of the most traditional crafts practised from individual to factory scale in Hong Kong for the past century. High quality metal crafts are always handcrafted by masters with decades of experiences. Metal is a very interesting material. While it provides structural support, durability, and strength that no other materials can, it also allows a degree of malleability for us to play with just using hand-tools. We wish to inherit these century-long developed local techniques to create objects that fit our contemporary context. Making use of the whole piece of metal without any wastage, the piece is easily flat-cut with simple machinery and without the need of factory-level equipment. By simple engraving the carefully calculated curve on a flat metal sheet, a 3-dimensional warp is formed through bending and the flat metal piece gains its structural strength to stand on its own. The engraving and bending of the curves require extreme care and craft that minor deviation would result in instability and imbalance of the stool.

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Aron Tsang
 Aron Tsang

Aron TSANG Wai-Chun, creative director of Napp Studio & Architects, is a Registered Architect in Hong Kong. Upon receiving his MArch and BA(AS) from University of Hong Kong with Distinction, he has worked in a number of renowned offices in Hong Kong, Seoul and Stockholm. His works have been awarded and featured in multiple competitions and publications, in which he was awarded as one of the Hong Kong Young Design Talents in 2014.

Wesley Ho
 Wesley Ho

Wesley HO Hung-Lai, creative director of Napp Studio & Architects, received his Master of Architecture at Harvard GSD and Bachelor Degree in Architectural Studies at HKU. He previously worked in New York, Hong Kong and Mainland China and as a teaching assistant for Career Discovery at HKU and option studio at Harvard GSD. His work was exhibited in US, Europe and Mainland China and was published in a+t magazine, WIRED Japan, Milan Expo USA Pavilion website and GSD Platform.

 

Li Chun Yiu
Li Chun Yiu

Almond biscuit Playset

Almond biscuit PlaysetMaking of almond biscuit is one of our most delicious traditional craftsmanship. The wooden cake mould is the pioneer of the mass production of our food industry. Today’s public playgrounds are having less freedom and creativity than in the past. The proposed modular play set engages the public to design their desired play configuration. The installation is a miniature of the play set made of almond biscuits. Visitors are invited to design their own play set. By touching the play modules, they can feel the unusual texture and the scent of the traditional almond biscuit at the same time.

Agnes Hung, Benny Lee & Paul Mui
 Agnes Hung, Benny Lee & Paul Mui

Agnes Hung, Benny Lee and Paul Mui are an award winning Architectural and Design Consultancy team which has won nearly 25 anonymous open design awards in the past decade. Awarded as a “40 Under 40” architect by Perspective, they are making buildings everywhere in Hong Kong for ArchSD, DevB, HK Coliseum, LCSD, HKUST, Chinachem Group, etc. Their projects gained worldwide attention and were published in New York Times, CNN, BBC, Channel News Asia, China Daily, RTHK, TVB, SCMP...etc.

Aroma Prophecy

Aroma Prophecy“Aroma Prophecy” is a portable interactive installation art piece which combines the traditional incense making and the Chinese fortune sticks. A 3-section wooden cabinet is designated to showcase the raw materials, handmade incense crones and oracles, which can explain the function and story of each incense type, and its prediction on your future. With an aim to connect the community with scent, the project “Lin Heung House” invited a group of kids to design 24 types of incense favor and compose the corresponding oracles for each scent.

Johnny Lo
 Johnny Lo

Johnny Lo received his Bachelor’s degree in Communication at Hong Kong Baptist University. He is a Certified Personality Dimensions® (Level l) Qualified Facilitator and Certified Global Career Development Facilitator. Johnny is an educator, focusing on life planning and communication trainings. As a Business Consultant at okapi studio, he offers insights into product and business development. Two associated social enterprises, Lin Heung House & Aroma Office, was founded by Johnny. He also procured the coordination between Make Scents @ Square Mile Plus, aiming to connect the community with scent. With his knowledge in personal development and curriculum design, he developed the “Train-the-Trainer” programs where silver age group and ethnic minority women will be recruited and trained to be trainers of incense making class as to create share values. He also provides corporates with professional advice on Corporate Social Responsibility scheme, to make sure everything is in line with okapi studio’s image and direction.

Max Cheng
 Max Cheng

Max Cheng is a Visual Art graduate of the Hong Kong Baptist University. He creates art with the sense of smell, mostly uses installation and mixed media as the medium of his work. He emphasizes on the value of object itself and uncovers creativities in daily life. He established okapi studio after graduation and travelled to Mainland China, Japan, Nepal and India to learn about “dragon joss stick”, ”incense stick”, “Tibetan incense”, “rope incense” and “Indian incense” . He collaborates with charities and different organisations to create scented products, and organise incense-making workshops, local farm docent tours and exhibitions. Throughout various activities, Max aims to promote the multiple dimensions of “incense culture” and the idea of “closing the loop” by making incense from natural ingredients and utilising incense ash as fertiliser. He founded “Lin Heung House” to offer a place for incense-making experience, encouraging the public to get close to the nature with a pair of hands.

Valerie Ko
 Valerie Ko

Valerie Ko graduated from Illinois State University (USA) with Fine Art degree and minor in Business Administration. She focused on graphic design and package design after graduation. She is also active in coordinating stage dramas, music festival and events. She loves the crossover of words and images, and lining up artists from different backgrounds and cultures. Her works includes graphic design, package design, photography, multimedia, metal craft design, etc. In okapi studio, Lin Heung House and Make Scents, Valerie used images with words on introducing and promoting brands’ characteristics to public via different aspects, infusing the brands into the community.

Cheryle Wong
 Cheryle Wong

Cheryle Wong graduated from the City University of Hong Kong, majored in Politics and minored in Creative Media. She practised painting and illustrating since primary school. Cheryle is good at creating political art and investigating societal issues in her artworks. In 2019, she established mgunyiu to express societal and personal messages through day-to-day illustration, sharing her point of views and mental pictures with friends and people with common values.

 

Cabinet T

Cabinet T“Have a cup of tea!” kicks off a warm dialogue. The Tea Cabinet aims to bring people together. It is designed to be carried to your sofa or at the dining table. It is openable on four sides and serves as a mini showcase of your tea collection. Rattan is a traditional plant originated from the tropics that is widely grown in Hainan. It has been used on daily objects, containers and furniture since the Qing dynasty in the southeast China.

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Dennis Cheung
 Dennis Cheung

Dennis graduated in 2013 from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with master degree in architecture and awarded with MIT Merit. He founded Studio RYTE in 2017, with the team based in Hong Kong. They dedicate to build multidisciplinary designs on this multicultural integration island, and endeavour to provide solutions to restructure across fields of spatial design and object design with technology and art design.

CAGE

CAGEThis art installation comes from the imagination of freedom.

Society, family, and individual have different constraints.

Is freedom a hope, fantasy, or a pursuit for people nowadays?

The bird left the cage but lost his heart.

Do you still remember your own voice? Has anyone ever heard of it?

Sara Lee
 Sara Lee

Ms. Sara Lee is a Hong Kong born and raised interior designer with extensive experience in Hong Kong and overseas projects. Her professionalism in interior design comes from a number of important projects, including the award-winning project UA Moko Cinema and Wynn Macau-VIP Casino, shopping gallery, etc. In 2015, “A Traveller design workshop” was established to design theatres, restaurants and other projects. In 2017, she established the Handi Pottery Art Studio, hoping to add traditional handcrafts to the design and promote the traditional culture of pottery.

Canton Treasure

Canton TreasureFrom the early 1930s until 1970s, Hong Kong is famous for exporting hand-painted porcelain worldwide. It attracts both European and American aristocrats and noble families to decorate their estates and manors with hanging Canton porcelain plates showing off their exquisite taste. In order to preserve and restore the history and craftsmanship, Lam Duen Shan Ming (Dixon) reimages the grandeur and opulence of the porcelain art through the illumination installation.

This lighting device represents and honours the beauty of Canton porcelain. It pays tribute to the craftsmanship of porcelain art while remaining functional in projecting the space with contemporary colours. His expression of creativity is shone through this illumination installation, and it is also a test of his technical limitations. As this illumination installation is designed for contemporary spaces, the deconstructed traditional pattern on the plates that he makes is a modern take and a prelude to the future of Canton porcelain art.

Dixon Ngai
 Dixon Ngai

Lam Duen Shan Ming (Dixon) was graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Environment and Interior Design. He started his artistic career at a very young age. Through his years of working as apprentice and practices, he has gained a deep understanding of Canton porcelain art. He is one of the last apprentices at Yuet Tung China Works, which has been the first, and is the last porcelain handpainting factory in Hong Kong. In order to preserve the techniques and essences of Canton porcelain, Lam Duen Shan Ming believes the only way to inherit the tradition of Canton porcelain is to transcend it into the contemporary world through a variety of medium and uniquely created artwork deriving from the craft of Canton porcelain.

Clang-go Clang-go Music Wheel

Clang-go Clang-go Music WheelCopper craftsmanship in old days was very popular in Hong Kong. Being labelled as an offensive trade, copper craftsmanship industry was gradually declined along with the development of the city and the economy. “Clang-go Clang-go Music Wheel” is a way to resonate the audience with copper works by its essence – the melodious and harmonious resonance, aiming to bring people closer together by the sounds and game in a collective way.

Chan Po Fung
 Chan Po Fung

Graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, Academy of Visual Arts, Chan focuses on the art forms of material transformation and mechanism creations. He explores the relationships between craftsmanship and societies via his artworks. His brand Playback Concept is further a way to practice a sustainable and autonomous integration of craftsmanship into daily life.

Folding Street

Folding StreetThere’s no other place in the world would have so many street names that are full of variety than in Hong Kong. Street name is basically for recognizing the location. In Hong Kong, street names also carry the historical, lifestyle, cultural and spatial identities. The lantern installation is full of collective memories. Based on the idea of the folding paper lantern, it illustrates the theme behind Hong Kong roads and street names. The spinning paper lantern is just like the never ending roads, letting us to experience the unique charm of Hong Kong landscape from a brand new angle.

Rice Mok
 Rice Mok

Rice graduated in Environment and Interior Design in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has started working as an interior designer and illustrator since last year. Her creative, enthusiastic and self-motivating personality drives her aims at improving people’s lives with her design.

Kaleidoscope

KaleidoscopeThings that we are accustomed to are usually encompassing valuable culture and wisdom of Hong Kong. Yet, most are disappearing with the fast-moving world. This art installation encourages people to preserve the last piece of traditional culture and wisdom, through hand-woven rattan baskets, steamers and traditional lanterns , together with technology. The interactive installation is a kaleidoscope built by traditional crafts; people can take impactful photos by their smart phones. Through the screen people can witness Hong Kong in the old days.

Bowie Choi
 Bowie Choi

Bowie Choi was awarded “40 Under 40”, one of the most influential artists in Asia by the Perspective Magazine. She dedicates to help vulnerable communities and advocate social consensus. Bowie also cooperated with YWCA Hong Kong to illustrate two books to raise the public awareness about the needs of autistic children, which had been received a Los Angeles International Design Award and a HKDA Global Design Award for illustration.

Mahjong Table

Mahjong TableA set of 136 mahjong tiles is part of the life of the Cantonese, and each tile has carved a detailed pattern. The carving art of "Characters, Bamboo, Circles" is not only a symbol, but also represents the core ethic and traditional aesthetic of the Chinese culture – “harmony in diversity”. Mahjong table can make people gather around, it has all the mahjong elements which represent the fun and beauty of traditional Cantonese Culture, as well as a proof of the happy memories.

Anya Wu
 Anya Wu

Anya Wu is the Director and Co-founder of Root Design Hong Kong Limited which established in 2018. She was born and raised in Hong Kong, with over 15 years’ experience in Interior design and involved in different interior design projects, as well as 5-stars hotels design projects. Her recent project has received the Honorable Mention of DNA Paris Awards, Gold Winner of New York Muse Design and Bronze Award of A" Design Award and Competition in 2019. Using “people-oriented” concept as her design philosophy, Wu understands that being humble and persevered are the keys of making her design better.

Moonlight Capsule

Moonlight CapsuleMoonlight Capsule just like the movie. This Moolight Capsule (月光寶盒) will bring you back to the past. This hand-crafted tin box (by Ho Ng Kee), decorated with brass parts (by Chiu Kee) contains three sets of classic board games: dice in bowls (acquired in Tai Po Old Market) that can be seen in old movie “God of Gamblers” , a vintage piece of Chinese Checkers (50s vintage piece acquired online) that reflects the foreign view towards Mainland China, and a deck of hand drawn player cards that is written by a young Hong Kong poet - Meiki Lee. These games can bring you away from any current affair and enjoy a sense of nostalgia.

Dylan Kwok
 Dylan Kwok

Dylan Kwok is a designer, communicator and maker. Years of exposure across cultures have sparked his interest in designing for public space, and in creating systems of objects that can serve a wider audience. Dylan enjoys communicating with users to understand their perspectives in urban problems, and using his solid construction knowledge to make designs that serve public’s needs.

“Ho Ng Kee” – Mr Ho
“Ho Ng Kee” – Mr Ho
Chiu Kee
Chiu Kee

OO BLOCK TOWER

OO BLOCK TOWER“OO BLOCK TOWER” are blocks of words and letters made by light and shadow which you can touch and see. Chinese and English words are complicated yet composed of different basic elements. We abstract and transform English letters into different basic elements of Chinese words, then deconstruct them with the help of CNC, making them as unique “Hong Kong words”. We abstract each stroke from every word into cubic form so that the public could understand the beauty and uniqueness of traditional Chinese and English words again. With the stacking and configurations of the blocks, public could discover different combination of Chinese and English words from the “Tower”.

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Kenrick Wong
 Kenrick Wong

Kenrick Wong who graduated from HKU M.Arch, BA(AS) and studied in ENSA Paris-Malaquais is also a film director, and one of his films was nominated for FreshWave 2014 and HKSZ Bi-City Biennale 2015. He professionally practiced in Hong Kong and Cambodia for 8 years and with global voluntary work experiences. Kenrick Wong is also the co-founder of the charity organization, Adventurous Global Schools (AGS) which was established in 2015 and the current Executive Director of AGS.

Magic Kwan
 Magic Kwan

Magic Kwan graduated from UC Berkeley (M.Arch. 11) and the University of Hong Kong with First Class Honours (BA(AS)08). Kwan professionally practiced in Tokyo, Los Angeles and Hong Kong for over 8 years. He joined Kengo Kuma and Associates in 2012. In 2015, he also co-founded the charity organization, Adventurous Global Schools (AGS).

 

Seal

SealSharp right-angled edges with unique pattern of galvanized iron not only show the beauty of the craftsmanship, but also the joy of receiving love letters in the old days. Similarly, people use flowers to show their love or blessings but both being abandoned after serving their beauty. The idea of the artwork is to use traditional dried flower techniques to preserve the recycled flower. The dried flowers are then being sealed by resin, with the handmade galvanized iron mailbox as the vase to make a clock, representing the preservation of the love and blessings.

Hidy Lam
 Hidy Lam

Hidy Lam, founder of Cat’s Eye Workshop, Bachelor of fine art program, graduates from partnership program between RMIT University and the Hong Kong Art School. Hidy is fond of handicrafts. She believes that creating art helps finding the inner peace. Hidy loves sharing skill with others, encourages others to regain the innate creativity in order to resist the monotonous life. Hidy is now more focus on upcycling creations, mainly in floral art.

SEE-THROUGH JADEITE

SEE-THROUGH JADEITEIn order to bring an innovative involvement of jadeite to audiences, “See-Through Jadeite” is specially created by Little Jadeite.

When Eddy was young, he used to stay in his father"s shop and saw customers held with the jadeite, they usually shined it through the sunlight to observe the inner quality. He was curious and impressed by this must-do action.

‘Isn’t it more joyful to share the joy than to keep it to oneself?’ This idea inspired him to create “See-Through Jadeite”. By inviting his father, Mr. Tam, a local jadeite craftsman, to cooperate and experiment on this project, they repeatedly experiment on the light transmittance on jadeites with different colours. By combing his professional experience in jadeite craftsmanship and my knowledge in design and optical fields, they successfully overcome the thin-crafting challenge and created the extremely-thin pieces of jadeite (thickness 1mm). Aiming to project the beauty of jadeite with the best visual outcome, they picked those with rare colour and quality, such as red jadeite, flower green jadeite and icy white jadeite, and let the focus light go through the jadeite and project its unique brilliant enlarged details pattern with variable colours.

Coincides with the sprite of jadeite making, every projection is different, just like the uniqueness of each piece of jadeite artwork. Audience may freely switch the jadeite pieces to enjoy this visual feast with friends, families and public.

Eddy Tam
 Eddy Tam

Eddy studied Higher Diploma in Product Design and Technology at the HKDI in 2010. He won the championship of the 13th Hong Kong Household Eelectrical Appliances Design And Innovation Competition. He also defeated more than 50 design students from 17 design institutes and won the Hong Kong Designers Association Design Student of the Year Award 2012.

Interested in cross-cultural design, Eddy integrated his design concept with his father’s jadeite craftsmanship. He later continued his studies in Product Design (BA) at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and awarded with first prize scholarship by Star Industrial Co., Ltd. His graduation project, ‘Little Jadeite’, was awarded with PolyU School of Design Alumni Scholarship for his professional development. Eddy integrates his cross-cultural design concept with his father’s jadeite craftsmanship, and set up Little Jadeite at 2015. At 2017, Little Jadeite won the champion of K-11 The D Project Product design Competition.

Mr Tam, a local jadeite craftsman
Mr Tam, a local jadeite craftsman

The Sleepless Playground

The Sleepless Playground“The Sleepless Playground” shows the unique beauty of Hong Kong’s neon light, as well as the sleepless urban culture. Each signboard contains the story behind the city. Designing with different fonts and graphic elements, the horizontal and vertical neon signs have become the visual culture, representing wide range of industries in Hong Kong and forming a diversified lifestyle in days and nights, like a sleepless playground. The application of LED and luminous materials bring the visual story to modern age that we were once proudly of.

Lo Yat Ming
 Lo Yat Ming

Lo Yat Ming has been working on advertising and product design for 12 years. In 2014, he established NAP. The NAP team focuses on lighting design and has involved in many local and overseas restaurant design projects. In 2018, the team has been awarded for the Germany’s Red Dot Product Design Award. Their work has been exhibited at NIDO Gallery, Asia Contemporary Art Show, Tung Nam Lou Hotel, Esilte Store, etc ever since.

The Spotted Blue Butterfly

The Spotted Blue ButterflyJune’s intension is to revitalize the Pankou technique into an interactive installation, using the Hong Kong grown butterfly motif - The spotted blue butterfly. The qipaos are traditionally passed down through generations and the Pankou represents a unique connection of mother and daughter through its knot. The growth of a butterfly is seen in parallel of a child following her footstep into womanhood.

June Lau
 June Lau

June Kimberly Lau is one of the Hong Kong’s leading product designers. In 2013, she founded Above Blue Design, a product design consultancy company, with a ground-breaking eczema treatment concept, won the Dyson bursary and Hong Kong young design talent awards. In 2016, June founded Novel Fineries, a brand based on revitalising heritage artforms into modern day wearable art pieces. With her unique insight and passion towards traditional crafts, she also won the prestigious Design for Asia Award in 2016 and represented Hong Kong at Paris fashion Week SS17.

The World’s Leaders

The World’s LeadersHistory of a place is shown by the images on coins. Appearance of the ruler’s portrait on obverse provides us a clue. Coins were circulated among people in the past. Each of them has its own journey and it could be a very interesting story. Inspired by the design of coins over the world, Carey has created an installation called “The World’s Leaders” by incorporating traditional jewelry making techniques to abstract the World’s Leaders’ portraits from old coins.

Carey Ip
 Carey Ip

Founder of Dee Gogh, Carey Ip is specialized in turning historical circulated coins into jewelries. She began to collect coins from over the World since very young age. Apart from appreciating the appearance of the coins, she was fond of researching the hidden World geographic knowledge and biography, and even the trace of history. With the affection of coins and the collections, together with the experience in jewelry design, Carey created a series of exquisite accessories with coins, to preserve and conserve those old coins.

Tricolor of Hong Kong

Tricolor of Hong KongMost Hong Kong people should know what a red-white-blue (RWB) bag is, and nearly every household had used at some point as it is so durable and cheap. It was in the 1970s that the red-white blue fabric is imported and has quickly became a popular material used in various scenarios from being day-to-day storage bag to act as shelter wrapped around bamboo structures. It is tough and flexible in use, which also symbolizes our Hong Kong Spirit of “adapting, dedicating and perseverance”. This exhibit hopes to re-imagine this symbolic RWB fabric and utilize its characteristic to create a new flexible, durable furniture that could transcend between past, present & future Hong Kong.

Ho Chun Ming has invited the second generation owner and craftsman Simon of “Man Wo Canvas Articles & Goods” – a more than 60 years family business – to join together and apply different technique of working with RWB into a set of flexible furniture. Besides, Kyo Chen, Art Director of For Fun Creative, is a renowned multi-dimensional creator in Taiwan involved in illustration, photography, design, and advertising, etc. He has authorized the use of his art fonts on this exhibit.

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Ho Tsun Ming
 Ho Tsun Ming

Ming studied architecture at the University of Melbourne and the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London. He is now working in Hong Kong and has won several international awards for his projects. Ming is a passionate and energetic architect, who positions his work as an ongoing dialogue between human senses and the built space. His interest lies in creating poetic experiential spaces of sublime harmony that can touch and evoke people’s inner emotions. Ming also likes to explore the possibilities of timeless and boundless architecture.

Man Woo
Man Woo
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