In the great tradition of world expos, DesignInspire is home to a number of international pavilions, all of which are showcasing a tremendous variety of innovative design works.
In total, there are 11 countries and regions from around the world taking part, including partner-country Italy, Australia, Poland, Japan, Korea and Sweden, to name just a few.. The works on display range from architectural gems to the most impressive examples of branding and product design. Every part of the exhibition aims to demonstrate the way in which good design can make a positive impact on our world.
Let’s take a look at some of the most prominent pavilions featuring at DesignInspire...
Hong Kong’s design sector is booming. It may not make the headlines the way the city’s big banks and real estate conglomerates do, but trade organisations like the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi) are doing sterling work promoting Hong Kong as a design hub.
Debuting this year, DesignInspire is taking things to the next level. A new creative exhibition, the event promises to promote state-of-the-art innovation and designs from around the world by bringing together global creative elites and trend-setting design brands, associations and institutes to showcase their creations.
There’s a lot to see over the course of the three-day event, so let us guide you through the essentials that you shouldn’t miss.