Design’s leading names will be presenting their very latest products, cutting-edge innovations and creative ideas at Hong Kong Indesign 2015. Here’s what – and who! – you can expect to see.
14 October, 2015
The Hong Kong design scene is starting to gear up for serious action, with exhibiting venues in Wan Chai and Central design precincts making preparations to open their doors and welcome visitors into their spaces and showcase the best in design.
To be held on 19 and 20 November, this year’s Hong Kong Indesign is your chance to experience the latest design innovations from a finely curated selection of premium international and regional brands such as Alessi, Anglepoise, Artemide, B&B Italia, bulthaup, Carl Hansen & Son, Clestra, colourliving, Dedon, Dyson, Edra, Fritz Hansen, Gessi, HÅG, Kettal, KnollTextiles, Lamex, Oberflex, Poltrona Frau, RBM, RS, Scandinavian Business Seating, The Madison Group, Tom Dixon, Villeroy & Boch, Vitra, Wilkhahn, Wolf, Woven Image, and more.
Highlights not to be missed
Wilkhahn will be presenting the IN task chair. A revolutionary product in the market, IN features a Trimension mechanism that enables full body movement while seated.
Scandinavian Business Seating will be launching HÅG Capisco Puls White on White (top image), RBM Noor chair in oak veneer and RBM Twisted Little Star table.
Woven Image will be displaying its cutting-edge and ever-popular EchoPanel and EchoPanelMura, and launching a new product called Scale.
Hong Kong Indesign will be returning this year in partnership with PDM International (Founding Sponsor), Greenlam (Diamond Sponsor), Woven Image (Platinum Sponsor), Merx (Gold Sponsor) and Scandinavian Business Seating (WorkLife Sponsor for Design Conversations).
Start your design journey early! Pre-registration for Hong Kong Indesign 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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