Feel the vineyard is an exhibition held in Hong Kong which is the most influential wine and spirits trade fair in the Asia Pacific. The theme of the design is Winery and material selection mainly focus on wood, grass, and metal. The design provided a professional and high-end image to the visitors. Because of the space limitation, the cabinet was designed in wired metal which increases the visual spacing and flexibility of display. Moreover, aroma wall and wine bar were the features of this exhibition. The visitor could experience the featured smells of wine which are produced from Australia.
The custom-fabricated Tiny House is a mobile bar designed to be a physical manifestation of the "House of Suntory" brand and created to bring an immersive experience symbolizing Japanese hospitality. It features two micro bars serving luxuriously crafted cocktails in an intimate setting inside the house, while a hospitality lounge outside features a highball bar for guests during their wait to get inside. The outdoor area includes interactive elements such as a kinetic sand table, a bamboo wishing tree, lounge furniture, a TV for brand content, and a spiral staircase to the roof.
Centrestage being one of Asia’s premium fashion events was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre for 4 days. Over 220 fashion brands occupied a 7000 square meter area. The event organiser gave 3 communal areas at the event to elevate the show’s ambience. To reflect the design concept, Tomorrow Lab a series of futuristic industrial laboratory themes were created to evoke the visitors’ imagination. Various installations were developed, starting at the venue’s entry concourse area then leading into the exhibition hall’s central display and catwalk arena.
Located separately in a specialized hall at the Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair, the Salon de TE was created as a marketing component accessible to both public and media. It would contain 4 zones showcasing over 140 international watch brands. To differentiate the Salon de TE apart, the event organizer requested an 1800 square meter introductory passageway design. From this, an interactive experience to engage the visitors was created under the concept Capsules of Wonder. Besides this challenge, only 3 days were allowed for the onsite production.
The organiser for the Hong Kong Houseware Fair had 2 objectives. Firstly, to elevate the show’s image, secondly was provide a physical trend forecast display area. From this, a welcome/signage installation was created at the venue’s main foyer and exhibition hall entry inspired by the trend research. Selective colours and forms were used to create abstract interior settings. For the physical trend forecast display 4 categories of future trends provided by the houseware industry were curated in a similar visual merchandising technique to narrate the stories of the displays to the visitors.
An image uplift for the 2019 Hong Kong Fashion Week was required by the event organiser to stimulate the visitors’ attention and to subconsciously show the latest seasonal trend colours. From this a fun thematic approach was developed, inspired by 1980’s laundromat interiors genre under the name Fashion Launderette. The theme would start with a welcome installation, then an entrance treatment for the main hall. Followed by a multi-functional space for seminars and cocktail receptions etc. located inside the hall for fashion shows.
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