Singapore-based online gallery The Artling and Yangon-based lifestyle firm Pun+ Projects celebrated the opening of their first joint exhibition in Hong Kong with a party attended by over 150 guests.
October 23rd, 2018
Singapore-based online gallery and art consultancy The Artling has collaborated with Yangon-based lifestyle firm Pun+ Projects to open their first joint showcase at 202, The Factory at the up-and-coming arts district Wong Chuk Hang.
Running from 17 to 28 October 2018, Collectible Design showcases design objects and furniture pieces from a curated selection of Asian designers both emerging and established.
Participating designers and studios include Claymen (India), Jongha Choi (Korea), Lim + Lu (Hong Kong), Ok Kim (Korea) and PileUp Life (Taiwan). Lookout for a post dedicated to the exhibition!
Collectible Design‘s invite-only opening party on the evening of 16 October was attended by over 150 guests, showing support for the young designers and their works.
Were you there? Find your photos in the gallery below!
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