Asia Pacific’s leading professionally focused design event for architects, interior designers and specifiers will be back in Hong Kong on 19 and 20 November with fresh new elements and a carefully curated lineup of brands, experiences and people in design.
September 9th, 2015
Top image: BW, Infinity, JEB at Hong Kong Indesign 2013
Following a successful first edition in 2013, Hong Kong Indesign will be making its return in November 2015 and will be held across two days to give visitors even more opportunities to experience the host of activities, products, and creative projects that form this year’s programme.
Our inaugural Hong Kong Indesign in 2013 featured 20 exhibitors and attracted over 1,200 visitors to showrooms and venues across the city. The event involved a stellar cast of exhibitors and brands including Colourliving, ViA, Herman Miller and TOTO, just to name a few.
This year at Hong Kong Indesign 2015, visitors can once again expect to experience new products, highly engaging project installations, and networking opportunities with members of the industry. More than 20 exhibitors will be making unique presentations in showrooms located in two design precincts (Wan Chai and Central), a curated space at The Space on Hollywood Road, and various satellite locations in the city.
Brand new elements have also been introduced to this year’s programme. Design Conversations will host a series of thought-provoking panel discussions on trending issues with leading industry experts, while at Launch Pad Asia, visitors will be able to discover new emerging local talents and see their most innovative works.
Pre-registration is now open, so sign up for free today to skip the queue!
For more on Hong Kong Indesign, visit hongkongindesign.com, and sign up for the enewsletter to receive regular programme updates.
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