One of the biggest conservation projects in recent Hong Kong history, the former Police Married Quarters has been revitalised as a centre for all things creative and design-based. More than 100 creative enterprises can be found at PMQ, where old residential units have been converted into small boutiques and design studios selling handmade products from jewellery to homeware goods. Pop-up stores from international designers are also a common occurrence at PMQ and the regular night markets are particularly popular among design enthusiasts.
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Joan Cornella Pop-Up
The Internet’s favourite Spanish illustrator and designer Joan Cornellà returns to Hong Kong for a pop-up store at PMQ where you’ll find new original works and comic strips (limited edition) in the store. Visitors can also check out Cornella’s limited...Art, craft and hobbies Until Monday November 19 2018
Music festival Altn8 returns in full force this year, promising an immersive, tech-led audiovisual experience all set within PMQ. Expect some of the hottest names in the dance and electronic music scene to take the stage, including Roman Flügel, Jacques...Dance and electronic Saturday November 24 2018
Hong Kong’s largest creative festival is back! deTour is a programme that celebrates young local designers and creative professionals, which aims to promote innovative and educational creations. The 10-day event is showcasing a collection of interactive...Design Friday November 30 2018 - Sunday December 9 2018