Hong Kong Design Awards + Summit

spaces, objects, visual, graphic, digital & experience design, design champion, best studio & best start-up, plus over 40 specialist categories

accelerate transformation, celebrate courage, growing demand for design

 

Key Dates

9 June - Standard Deadline
25 August - Late Deadline
22 September - Judging & Ratings
28 September - Rating closes
29 September - Winners announced
12 October - Awards Presentation
12 October - DESIGN SUMMIT

Hong Kong Design Awards

Welcome to the 2016 HKG [city] design awards.

We’re in exciting times, where tech and innovation are creating an infinite realm of possibilities. The key to making those possibilities reality is great design.  The [city] design awards program provides marketplace recognition across an extensive range of categories and celebrates the creativity and courage of those who are leading the way. 

[get involved] join a community DRIVENxDESIGN and nominate your project today.

Key Dates

9 June - Standard Deadline
25 August - Late Deadline
22 September - Judging & Ratings
28 September - Rating closes
29 September - Winners announced
12 October - Awards Presentation
12 October - DESIGN SUMMIT


The Future of Design (and how to prepare for it)

🕒 19/07/2016

A handy guide to navigating what's coming up next in the design world by By Matt McCue and Kiana St. Louis.

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Exhibit Mines for Links Between Dyslexia and Creativity

🕒 15/07/2016

Designer Jim Rokos says that dyslexia isn't a disability, but an asset—especially for designers.

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The Allegory of the Cave

🕒 13/07/2016

Inspired by the Allegory of the Cave from Plato, till today's quantum physics and multiverse theories, a visual essay about perception and knowledge as reflection of our reality.

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Urban Barriers as City Connectors

🕒 7/07/2016

When appointed by the Shenzhen Metro Group to develop a master plan for the Shenzhen Route 6 Chang Zhen Station, Woods Bagot Hong Kong conceived a plan to unite the massive site to enliven the experience of city transits.

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Rhona in Hong Kong, China

🕒 30/06/2016

Prolific Hong kong restaurateur Yenn Wong continues to redefine the city’s food scene, this time teaming up with British chef Nathan Green to create a laid-back eatery that focuses on modern comfort food.

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