Hong Kong Design Awards 2021 - DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

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Chairman’s Message

In 2021 we celebrated the sixth year of the Hong Kong Design Awards. Amidst the ongoing tumult of 2021, it was fantastic to see so many courageous, excellent and diverse design projects entered into this year’s awards. We started this program to recognise the creators and commissioners behind the outstanding design-lead projects within the commercial, community and government sector that are leading us into a better future. We are now well over a year into this global pandemic, but things are no less chaotic. Social, political and economic upheaval have become the familiar state of affairs and we have been thrust into an expedited process of learning and unlearning. The world is in flux and now more than ever the focus needs to shift towards a circular future that involves a sustainable environment, social equity and a strong economy.

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These are the pillars of a better future, and it is the designer’s role to bring us there faster. Much of this process is about getting acquainted with discomfort and harnessing the power of uncertainty to help us become better problem seekers and solvers. 2021 is all about being comfortable with the uncomfortable and those who are willing to do so will be the ones who thrive in this new era. Over the last eleven years, DRIVENxDESIGN has worked tirelessly to establish the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs. In 2021, our twelfth year, we have been continuing to evolve the awards to best reflect the future we are interested in creating. That is why we have introduced the Better Future category, which rewards projects that tackle issues of economy, environment, equity, or all three. We want to celebrate and recognise those who are excelling in these areas by creating projects that are actively accelerating us into a better future faster.

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This year we have also been continuing to grow The Design Exec Club. The DEC is a continually expanding global network of leading design professionals who share a unified passion for a better future. As a global hub for collaboration and shared insights, the Design Exec Club’s goal is to address the needs of design executives and grow the sophistication and excellence of design within organisations. Fuelled by unchartered and exciting conversations, we enable current and future leaders through knowledge exchange, networking and an impressive leader’s toolkit. The members of the Design Exec Club are united by a common goal for a Better Future. It is all about how we can ensure the best possible future for our grandchildren’s grandchildren. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have gathered some of the leading executive minds from across our Australian, British, European, American and Asian markets to record our weekly Town Hall episodes.

By the end of 2021, we will have published 85 Town Hall episodes, each full of questions and insights that respond to the constantly evolving world around us. Each week the conversation also continues with the Better Future SPOTLIGHT, a series of one-on-one, in-depth discussions with design executives that shine a light on the design individuals that are true catalysts for change. Through both our DRIVENxDESIGN and Design Exec Club platforms we are proud to recognise and reward the thought leadership that is going to create a thriving circular economy. We want to celebrate those with the courage to make it a reality. Again, congratulations, thank you for being a part of our vision and keep maintaining your courageous stance.

Founder & Awards Chair, DRIVENxDESIGN Mark Bergin

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DRIVENxDESIGN Award Programs

We are DRIVENxDESIGN (pronounced DRIVEN by DESIGN), a global independent design promotion organisation that oversees programs of recognition (AKA the world’s largest network of Design Award Programs). We are led by a global community of C-suite executives who make up the members of our sister project – The Design Exec Club. Our global community is now 95,000 members strong, involving over 7,500 brands and 2,500 studios - we come together to innovate, accelerate and grow demand for design.

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In 2020 we celebrated over $USD350B of design projects globally and raised the profile of over 1,200 design projects. We like to think of ourselves as ‘champions for a better future’. Our goal is to bring recognition to applied design projects that are helping us accelerate economic outcomes with a social and environmental impact. Our Award Programs are market-based, to include national and international design projects. drivenxdesign.com/awards


Awards Annuals

For every program we publish an Awards Annual, which showcases the courageous, diverse, and excellent winning projects from each program.

our Award Programs that speak to the respective themes. These inaugural special editions will highlight the best of the best in global design.

This year we are also introducing two curated annuals - the Better Future Annual and the Innovation Annual which feature a selection of truly outstanding projects from across all

Our Awards Annuals are distributed in digital and print formats to our award winners and partners, Design Exec Club members, and wider industry partners.


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Design Exec Club Executives are always striving to stay up-to-date - to know what’s evolving and what’s on the horizon - looking out for signals and new networks, hoping to collide with people, ideas and opportunities that would ordinarily pass them by. The Design Exec Club exists - through Award Jury roles, Exec Dinners, Town Hall panels and Spotlight podcasts - to provide a platform that accelerates the profile and trajectory of future-focused leaders. At the Design Exec Club, we are proud to say “we don’t make things, we make things happen”.

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Town Halls Since the beginning of 2020, we have gathered some of the leading executive minds from across our Australian, American, Asian, British and European markets to record our weekly Town Hall episodes. Each episode unites a panel of c-suite designers to discuss strategic topics that are driving design innovation. The Town Hall series is a mind gym for a better future.

Watch online designexecclub.com/town-hall


Better Future SPOTLIGHT

The Better Future SPOTLIGHT podcast series is a series of one on one conversations with executive designers focusing on how a Better Future can be achieved faster through a design lens. These in-depth discussions operate without a safety net and offer invaluable insights gained from the wealth of unique design experiences lived by our impressive global guest list. Mauro Porcini / Rick Bell / Debbie Millman / Brian Collins / Harry West / Paul Priestman / Andrew Hoyne / Julia Monk / David Keech / Kirsten Mann / Lisa Roet / Isabel Aagaard / Bob Neville / Monique Woodward / Dylan Brady / Andrew Mead / Ronnie Peters / Ross Harding / Michael Tam / Rod Farmer / Gruvinder Khurana & Nigel Tresise / Amber Bonney / Dan Formosa / Matteo Bologna / Bill Dowzer / Jordan Waid / Jay Valgora / Turi McKinley / Phil Nutley / David Constantine /

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BETTER FUTURE - ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Penicillin Bar Project Commissioner Penicillin Creator Collective Studio

PENCILLIN is Hong Kong’s first closed-loop sustainable concept bar that pushes the boundaries of culinary experimentation and seeks new ways to minimize waste throughout the food production cycle.

Team Betty Ng Bill Yeung Dillon Ng Katja Lam HK Timberbank - Collaborator Streetsign Hong Kong - Collaborator Kevin Mak/1km Studio - Photography

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BETTER FUTURE - EQUITY & INCLUSION

#MakePeopleCount Campaign Against Sexual Violence Organisation The Womens Foundation Team Yan Yan Mak - Director Fisher Yu Jing-Pin - Cinematographer

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Sexual violence is happening here in Hong Kong. It happens all around us with the majority of cases by perpetrators the victim knows. At The Women’s Foundation, we know the numbers... - 1 in 7 women in Hong Kong will experience sexual violence - 9 out of 10 women will not report it - 1 out of 4 university students have been sexually harrassed - 12% to 80% of women, depending on the industry, have experienced sexual harrassment in their workplace

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Architecture Proposed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Public and Institutional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Residential - Constructed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Interior Design Corporate & Commercial.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Hospitality - Eat & Drink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Hospitality & Entertainment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 International Commercial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 International Hospitality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 International Public or Institutional .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 International Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 International Retail - Shopping & Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Public or Institutional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Residential. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Retail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

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ARCHITECTURE - PROPOSED

Airside Hong Kong Project Commissioner Nan Fung Group Creator Snøhetta

Located on top of the new Kai Tak metro station and in proximity to other public transport interchanges, the building will serve as the main gateway to the Kai Tak development in Hong Kong, while offering visitors access to ample public spaces through a series of exterior plazas and roof top gardens.

The building is currently under construction, with expected completion in 2022.

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Skygarden 1331 Organisation Kai Tak

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Under the Kai Tak Development, the former Kai Tak Airport runway area is planned as a hub consisting of mixed residential, commercial and tourism developments. The Kai Tak Sky Garden is conceived as part of the essential infrastructure to support the planned developments and enhance connectivity in the area.

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HKUST Student Development Project Commissioner Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Creator Zaha Hadid / Leigh & Orange Architects Team Lead Architect - Leigh & Orange (L&O) Design Architect - Zaha Hadid AP - L&O Building Services Engineering - WSP Structural & Geotechnical Engineering - WSP Facade Engineering - WSP / Inhabit Landscaping - Earthasia Quantity Surveyor - Rider Levett Bucknall Sustainability - L&O / WSP Traffic Consultant - MVA Asia Acoustic Consultant - WSP Zaha Hadid Credits: Principal - Patrik Schumacher 20

Project Director - Viviana Muscettola Project Manager - Bidisha Sinha Project Architect - Bianca Cheung Project Design Lead - Shajay Booshan ZHA Project Team - Cynthia Leung, Michel Cheung, Hazel Wu ZHCOSE Project Team - Chun-Yen Chen, David Louth Federico Borello, Georgios Pasisis, Handy David Louth, Leo Billing, Marko Margeta, Kiuru pu, Reza Karimi, Tommaso Casucci, Wei-Yu Hsiao Planned for completion in 2023, the university’s new halls of residence designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in collaboration with Leigh & Orange will house over 1,500 students. Marrying advanced digital design technologies with sustainable construction practices and operational strategies for its 50-year life cycle, the design is guided by the university’s mission to harness technology and innovation to solve today’s critical global issues. Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


ARCHITECTURE - PUBLIC AND INSTITUTIONAL

M+ Project Commissioner Herzog & De Meuron / TFP Farrells / Arup Creator West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) Team Jacques Herzog - Partner Pierre de Meuron - Partner Ascan Mergenthaler - Partner Wim Walschap - Partner Edman Choy - Associate, Project Director Stefan Goeddertz - Associate, Project Manager Volker Jacob - Project Manager Mai Komuro - Associate, Project Manager Kwamina Monney - Associate, Project Manager Maximilian Beckenbauer - Project Manager Alexander Berger - Contract Manager

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M+ is not just another museum. M+ is a cultural centre for 20th and 21st century art, design, architecture, and the moving image. As such, it embraces the entire spectrum of spaces, means of display and activities related to exhibiting and viewing these media. The spaces range from the conventional white cube, reconfigurable spaces, screening rooms and multipurpose facilities to socalled third spaces and even an “Industrial Space”. It was the special request for this “Industrial Space” that motivated us to take a closer look at the specificity of the centre’s future location.

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Skyline Villa Project Commissioner China Resources Coastal (Huizhou) Development Creator Original Vision

Luxury oceanview vacation homes are a new phenomenon in China so when China Resources Land were looking to break ground in this market they approached Original Vision due to our extensive experience in luxury contemporary villas and taming steep and complicated hillside sites.

Team Adrian McCarroll Derek Murphy Damian Carroll Xin He Ricky Liu Eric Chan Tom Kay Huw O Drama Crystal Ren Ho Man Chung Teresa Peng, Frank Chan 22

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INTERIOR DESIGN - CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL

CBRE Hong Kong Project Commissioner CBRE Hong Kong Creator Spatial Concept

Famous for its iconic skyline and cityscape, not many people know about Hong Kong’s unique nature reserves and park culture whereby 70% of the city is, in fact, covered by greenery. With this unique nature of greeneries so close to the city, we sought to connect this significant correlation between ‘City and Parks’.

CBRE’s Hong Kong office exemplifies the ‘City and Parks’ concept. Design elements are derived from the contrast between Hong Kong’s skyscrapers with its country parks, nature reserves and urban gardens.

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Ganzhou Merchants Center Sales Office Project Commissioner CMSK Creator Shenzhen Lia Environmental Art Design Team Hongna Wang Yali Xu Si Lv Yuna Yang Yong Liang

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The project is located in the most prosperous central area of Ganzhou, with a good natural landscape. The interior space design takes “City Landscape” as the theme, and integrates the local natural landscape of Ganzhou with modern aesthetics. Combined with this theme, soft decoration design integrates artistic lights and decoration into the space to improve the visual aesthetic and people’s experience.

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Huasheng Office Project Commissioner Huasheng International Holding Creator Project M Studio

Located on the top floor of a commercial building among the hustle and bustle financial district in Central, HK, this 7,000 sq.ft. was transformed from a traditional box-like office to a dynamic, energetic and futuristic workplace.

Team Mona Yu Kathy Kan

Our concept for this project is an exhibit on exploring the materiality of concrete - its earthy and tactile nature, its fluidity that creates both mass and permanance. We designed all areas with a concrete grey palette in mind and built layers on top of it.

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InnoSquare - Business Centre Project Commissioner Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation Creator RainySky Interiors

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Covering a total area of 18,500 square feet, the InnoSquare under the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) is a business centre dedicated to the acceleration of research commercialisation. This interior design project is an ambitious attempt to create one of the highest-end technology hubs in Asia, while also introducing a friendly space and ambience for the cultivation of young and professional InnoHK users of executive level or above to work and connect. Revolving around the overall theme of the tree trunk, the spatial planning and material application of the facility at once embody important notions of organic growth, branching out and sustainability. They not only refresh the contemporary workplace into a youthful and human-centric co-working base, but also contribute to a multi-tenant office for professors and various multifunctional areas for collaboration, presentations, conferences exhibitions, as well as MICE events. Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


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AON Hong Kong Project Commissioner AON Hong Kong Creator Spatial Concept

Aon’s office is a next-generation, people-centric agile workplace that brings a unique experience to its client and staff while simultaneously elevating the company’s corporate image. Inspired by the building’s natural surroundings, we interpreted the Aon brand through the kaleidoscope of nature, bringing the exterior nature into the interior.

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Hong Kong Housing Society Project Commissioner Hong Kong Housing Society Creator Spatial Concept

With an incredible history of serving the Hong Kong public since 1948, Hong Kong Housing Society’s new office must reflect its mission: “Create Homes, Revive Communities.” We aimed to create a modern workplace that can become a space that cultivates a sense of home and a community between staff members.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - HOSPITALITY - EAT & DRINK

Sunset Grill Project Commissioner Shimao Property Holdings Creator Hirsch Bedner and Associates Team Junya Fujii Masaya Okamoto Fiona Tsee

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Sunset Grill is a rooftop restaurant and bar, located on the 19th floor of Sheraton Tung Chung hotel. It is a meat and seafood lovers’ paradise to fire and fine meat, featuring an open kitchen with charcoal grill and dry-aged beef. Signature cocktails and wines can also be enjoyed at an outdoor terrace bar overlooking the Chek Lap Kok airport and bay area.

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Qianhai Brewery Co. Organisation LW Hongkong

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The Qianhai Brewery Co. is a casual bar designed with a significant nod to industrial glamour. The bar features an on-site craft brewery, extensive climatecontrolled wine cellar, lounge and restaurant. The partially covered terrace accommodates a range of moveable lounge and dining seating. The substantial flawlessly designed external space caters for community gatherings and busy weekend markets.

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Brasserie 27 Organisation LW

Brasserie 27 embodies the distinctly European spirit of savoring the good life, the art of travel, and European heritage. Created as a full service a la carte Brasserie restaurant with raw bar, every morning the outlet transforms into a delightful buffet breakfast venue with breakfast bakery. The prototype restaurant has been imagined as an operational component and zoned-based layout, one which can adapt and be applied to various properties in the APAC region.

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Black Sugar Coffee Project Commissioner Black Sugar Coffee Creator Littleurbanmountain Design

Hong Kong micro café increases 50% of its space by swinging a pair of pivot doors

The shop is only 8.8sqm while the minimum size of food counter in Hong Kong needs to be 6sqm. That means the space reserved for customers would only have 2.8sqm. Thanks to the licensing area that the landlord actually allows the shop to spill out its seating 1.8m away from the shopfront, that would let the café gain 4.6sqm more for the loose furniture.

The studio has increased Black Sugar Coffee 50% of its space, which used to be only 2.6m wide and 3.4m long, by swinging a pair of pivot doors.

A pair of big pivot terrazzo doors has become the key elements in the design to link up the cool exterior to the warm maple wood interior. While the shopkeeper opens the shop every day, the big swinging gesture has become a new ritual to the customers. 32

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2100 Club Project Commissioner 2100 Club Creator LYCS Architecture Team Hao Ruan Yulou He Han Ji Xiaoxiao Fan Shijie Peng

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2100 Club, the world’s first blockchain bar, is located in the center of the vernacular area of Xixi Wetland, Hangzhou. The design merges and contrasts the “new” and the “old”, and uses typical design techniques to re-deconstruct the traditional architecture. In order to unify the overall atmosphere of the surrounding environment, a large number of buildings have restored the original appearance of the building, retaining and utilizing the relationship between building blocks and the existing roof structure. The sculptural ‘black box’ at the entrance of the bar, connected to the interior and the exterior. It is not only a directional sculpture but also conveys the design idea which is combing and contrasting old and new, past time and present days.

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Flames Whampoa Project Commissioner Flames Creator Metagram Team John Chow - Design Lead Renee Chow Eugenia Cheng/LightOrigin Studio Lighting Designer

Flames Whampoa was designed by Metagram to offer a quintessentially Australian dining experience in a residential district of Hong Kong’s Kowloon. The design of Flames, Whampoa is inspired by the colours and materials of Sydney. It features the bold combination of teak sandstone, blackened metal and finger tiles, in a slightly industrial esthetic to create a sophisticated but welcoming environment which is a common characteristic of Sydney dining. Commissioned and opened during the COVID-19 pandemic, Flames Whampoa offers travel-restricted patrons the opportunity to transport themselves to experience sophisticated Sydney dining.

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Espresso Alchemy Harbour City Project Commissioner Espresso Alchemy Creator Metagram Team John Chow - Lead Designer Eugenia Cheng/LightOrigin Studio Lighting Designer

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Espresso Alchemy in Harbour City, Hong Kong is situated in a site spread across two separated spaces with vastly different characteristics. Metagram used the architectural device of the ‘arch’ to create enclosure, to connect the spaces to the site and to establish an iconic appearance. A collection of wonderfully rich materials were used to create warmth and vibrancy, whilst representing the artisan art of coffee making.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - HOSPITALITY & ENTERTAINMENT

Maze Hotel Project Commissioner Sure Strong Creator Hirsch Bedner and Associates

Maze Hotel is located on Nathan Road, the busiest street in Yau Ma Tei. Maze is a new-built hotel in a 30-story building with 60 rooms of only 100-140sf size (10-13sqm), conceived to maximize the space for the guests’ experience and needs without sacrificing on style and comfort.

Team Flavio Patino

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Pixelated Project Commissioner T.K.Tsui & Associates Creator Oft Interiors Team CM Jao Ken Cheung Shanny Cheung Tammy Au HDP Photography

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A cinema is like a dimension door to the virtual world. How to blur the boundary between reality and virtual is the key point to consider in the design of cinema space. Oft Interiors, a Hong Kong design firm, specializes in combining business thinking and visual culture, and is dedicated to creating “scene-based consumption experiences” for commercial spaces.

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the Figo Project Commissioner Yulan Group Creator Design Eight Five Two

Tasked with renovating a peak 1970s step-back building on Hong Kong’s iconic Queen’s Road into a boutique hotel, DEFT sought inspiration from organic shapes and colors to create a unique sense of place for travelers.

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the Arca Project Commissioner Yulan Group Creator Design Eight Five Two

The Arca, a newly-built hotel set in the industrial Southern District of Hong Kong, is the product of more than two years of rigorous design and detailing to create a cultural destination without comparison.

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Lantau Yacht Club Project Commissioner HKR International Creator ARTTA Concept Studio Team Rio Law Natalie Chan Cherry Ho Judith Chu Kelvin Leung

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Lantau Yacht Club, a tranquil area away from the city and infused with a tinge of Mediterranean lifestyle. When the summer sun brightens up the interior through infinite windows in the lobby, a fine touch of ocean blue and pattern gold details contrast with the calm white and natural oak that brings the warmth from exterior to the interior. This gives the space not only an ordinary but exceptional defined ambiance to the customers as they enter from the grand entrance like a yacht of its own.

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Hong Kong Jockey Club Renovation Project Commissioner HHong Kong Jockey Club Creator Stylus Studio

The Co-prosperity and Co-existence of Design and the Brand Stylus Studio was tasked to reinvent HKJC’s Sha Tin Club House 5F. Horse racing elements are sprinkled across the property beautifully between race and leisure days.

For the reason that the entire space is an L-shaped layout with fixed kitchen location, it becomes a challenge for designers to improve the entire traffic flow of the services and to enhance the overall dining experience. Except for that, the designer needs to construct two different types of atmosphere for the club in “horse-racing day” and in “non-horseracing day”. Horse-racing days are usually held on Wednesdays and Sundays (sometimes on Saturdays), and night races are held on Wednesdays.

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SFC Shangying Cinema Luxe Project Commissioner SFC Cinema Creator Pulse On Partnership Team Ajax Law - Design Director Virginia Lung - Design Director

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Since the advent of sound in cinema, the film score has become an integral part of the movie experience. The designers were inspired by the film music and also by the name of the shopping centre where this cinema is located that contains a Chinese character which means ‘piano’. These 2 elements worked together and motivated the designers to come up with ‘strings’ as the design theme for this project, hoping that this cinema design will create yet another timeless classic as if an epic film with a rousing music score.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL

Dynasty Zoina, Gold Impressive Project Commissioner Zoina Land Creator GND Design Group - N+ Design Team Ning Rui - Design Director Xu Shanshan Wu Jiajia

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The design combines technological interaction with the content of the ideal space filled with mountains and seas, awakening the endless mystery of reveries. When people take the temptation to explore the unsolved mystery of beauty, the spark of inspiration looks forward to meeting a party dedicated to impressions, where it is for you to witness the order of beauty.

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SUNAC Yun Shui Guan Jing Marketing Centre Project Commissioner SUNAC Creator Shenzhen Lia Environmental Art Design Team Huan Yang Yong Jie Li Yinuo Wu

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The project is located in Zhuhai, with a design area of 1000m2. This design hopes to combine the traditional view of nature of “harmony between man and nature” with Zhuhai local style, to give the inherent humanistic expression and yearning for nature in the space. In this combination of tradition, beauty and humanity, the design forms and techniques are wrapped. It makes people feel joyful unconsciously in the space. Through the beautiful, vivid and poetic pictures, the rich imagination is unfolded to create poetic pictures.

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Masu Bar Project Commissioner Masu Bar Creator Wangs International Design Team Wang Si Han - Creative Director Zack Zheng - Designer

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Set in a convenient but inconspicuous location in Donggua, the objective of this design is to reflect a strong Japanese atmosphere along with a sense of intimacy and meticulous craftsmanship. The design blends modern with a taste of Japanese heritage design. The Bar frontage is designed to give a feel of authentic Japanese street bars, achieving an experience of class with a cosy feel. The design and materials express warm Japanese hospitality and overall ambience.

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HKUST Incubator Project Commissioner The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Creator Spatial Concept

The ‘Incubator’ situated in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) aims at providing a practical yet inspiring space for student groups to turn their ideas into prototypes and proof-of-concept. The main initiative of the space is for students to “Work, Build and Innovate”.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Grey, 50 degrees wall Organisation DuJian Design Studio

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A 43-square-meter residence on a higher floor in an apartment building at a suburb redevelopment area. We demonstrate how a small unit on a higher floor can connect with the environment, and introduce the sense of time and life in space. In response to windows only on one side and mundane space, we create perfect bonds between environment, space, and life. We reorganize the layout to avoid a disconnection between smaller units and the environment. Through architectural approaches, we create appropriate living areas and visually extended scales within limited spaces. By using gray bricks, we integrate an epitome of the city for the relationship between architecture and environment.

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Place of comfort Project Commissioner Private Client Creator Touch Design

Abandoning the stacking of cumbersome and complicated elements, the designer returned back to the original intention of architectural aesthetics to create an extremely comfortable and warm living environment for modern people with precise design and classic color palette.

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The sounds of nature Project Commissioner Private Client Creator Touch Design Team Xin Ma Yong Zhang

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Across the whole design scheme, the designer has carried out a bold and avant-garde transformation of the original space layout, focusing on the overall situation and taking into account multiple elements. Several designs echo and interact with each other and each and every design choice has been considered. Multiple meanings and functions make the final design feel amazingly complete and comfortable.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Endless blue Organisation YUTO Design Team Sung Shu Chan

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In this case, the homeowner likes to have sufficient indoor sunlight and adequate air convection; since the initial planning stage, he hopes to reduce the thick partition walls and cabinets, and use the vertical penetration layout method to let the sunlight enter the room and penetrate into the corners. The overall layout is simple, focusing on functionality, removing complexity, and giving the space a sense of stability and comfort.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

A Sumptuous Residence Blending East and West Organisation C&L Design Group

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

The key for this interior design project is to integrate 4+1 respective styles—the common area and four bedrooms—into a holistic appearance. Attentive to details, the designer creates a harmonious style through techniques like the connecting of Eastern images with the decorative moldings and accentuating the dragon-shaped marble pattern, matching teal leather and turquoise textiles in both common and personal spaces, and using similar gold accents throughout the whole unit. The designer successfully gives this residence a diverse yet coherent appearance, and satisfies all family members’ distinctive tastes and preferences.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL

Xijiao Mingyuan Villa Project Commissioner ZHENRO Group Creator DDO Design

In this project, an old-fashioned villa in Shanghai is renovated to an Italian-style old-school villa to cater to the taste and lifestyle of young people by combing simple design elements and using top-class Italianstyle furniture.

Team Arvin Wen Betty Pei Enid Yuan

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Amiti Noura Organisation LW

Inspired by the cooking of everyone’s favorite aunt and the traditions of Kuwait, a meal at Amiti Noura is a window into the legacy of authentic Kuwaiti cuisine, brought alive in an array of dishes that are defined by family recipes and a unique combination of distinct flavors and spices. Classic heritage meets originality throughout the Amiti Noura experience, where one can relish home-cooked Kuwaiti hospitality with a mild hint of modernity, in a contemporary and warm setting. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Amiti Noura brings friends and families together for heart-warming meals through a culinary experience that carries the comfort and tradition of a Kuwaiti home kitchen.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Qinghuaidu Project Commissioner Qinghuaidu Catering Company Creator MET Creative Brand Team Zhu Zi Han Han Zhang Jingxu Wang Wei

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This case inherits the classical beauty of the canal. The fashion elements that young people like are added boldly, which makes here as an Internetfamous location, creates a clean and young style belonging to Qinghuaidu, and gains visual and spiritual recognition. In the scene space, it is more popular with young people.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


INTERIOR DESIGN - INTERNATIONAL RETAIL - SHOPPING & FOOD

Asha’s Organisation LW

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

Heavily inspired by the Art Deco style of Bombay’s old aesthetic, Asha’s Abu Dhabi incorporates the revived identity of the iconic chain of restaurants. With the restaurant serving some of the most interesting blends of Indian cultural food in a bold setting, our designers were offered an excellent opportunity to work on the interiors of this incredible restaurant.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - PUBLIC OR INSTITUTIONAL

HKSTP Experience Centre Project Commissioner Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation Creator IBM iX

The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) cultivates an ecosystem for innovative minds in Hong Kong to channel their enterprising spirits and co-create a better future. By providing opportunistic connections with investors, strategic partnerships with leading corporations and a vast network of top talents, its innovation and technology (I&T) ecosystem creates the perfect environment for technology start-ups to thrive. Serving as the city’s largest R&D centre and a leading incubator nurturing technology talents and start-ups, HKSTP has become the platform for collaborative synergy that accelerates, contributes and drives an enterprising spirit to benefit society. Its strong government support and community resources also helps bring local entrepreneurs’ innovations to market for adoption locally and internationally.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

Flat 19 Project Commissioner Private Client Creator Design Eight Five Two

A contextually-informed industrial unit conversion involving the bespoke craftsmanship of multiple local trades, the project would eventually entail 7 months of intensive design and 12 months of construction, completing in mid-June 2020.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

The Dorp Project Commissioner Private Client Creator T.B.C. Studio

Viewsof waterways and Ting Kau Bridge inspired a modern European makeover of this high-rise Tsuen Wan home, based on the canal houses of the Netherlands and the Dutch concept of “Dorp” meaning village.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RESIDENTIAL

The Horizon Project Commissioner Private Client Creator TaDe Design Group

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

For this project, the design team worked on a full refurbishment of a 1411 square feet residential apartment for a retired couple with their adult son. The design should be personalised for each family member, beyond just catering to their aesthetic taste and preferences. For example, the stylish black bedroom is for adult son and earth-toned colour (elegant master bedroom) for retired couple. The brief was to create a light, modern elegant and homey living space that echoes its surrounding sea views.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RETAIL

MILKY WAY Project Commissioner Hainan MeiSheng Trade Creator Ly Design Office Team Head Designer: Liren Long Assistant Designer: Libo Ma

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MILKY WAY is a high-end wedding store that aims to be dreamy, inclusive and creative. The interior design is inspired by the hem and fishtail of the wedding dresses, this inspiration is also imbedded in the flowy doubled-layered light belt that goes around the celling of the entire property. To bring in some ocean elements, the customized-made light is in shape of abstract fish. The usage of white and gold combined with the arched lines and the hidden light belt presents the overwhelming sense of futurism and also a relaxing vibe.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


INTERIOR DESIGN - RETAIL

Beautysaur Organics / ‘Eclectic Bodies’ Project Commissioner Beautysaur Organics Creator Bean Buro Team Lorène Faure Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui Pauline Paradis Lelia Ku Stephanie Ma Jemima Lai

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

This project is a distinctive flagship store designed for the organic skincare brand Beautysaur in Hong Kong K11 Musea. The unique aesthetic of soft curves and sculptural display elements created a visually strong identity while providing a smooth and comfortable customer experience. With an artistic narrative inspired by ‘the beautiful and primitive nature of colourful dinosaurs’, the design process was a sophisticated journey in exploring a set of carefully crafted custom display elements, soft material textures, and fresh, soothing colours. The highlights include a signature curvy display island integrated with a makeup area and washbasin, as well as a cosy seating nook with a pendant light (identified via a circular wall opening) behind a display wall for customer relaxation over a cup of tea served.

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INTERIOR DESIGN - RETAIL

Joy & Peace - Galleria Project Commissioner Belle International Creator ARTTA Concept Studio Team Louisa Tong

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To celebrate Joy & Peace’s 25 years anniversary, Joy & Peace has a new-look and using the sub-branding Joy & Peace Galleria to exhibit their latest Art Piece - Shoes. The new-look uses Blue Blazes as the theme color to demonstrate the event of celebration and excitement, yet, giving a cool new-look as a breakthrough to the original classic and feminism.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Gemdale Corporation - Office Building Upgrade Project Project Commissioner Gemdale Corporation Creator One Plus Partnership Team Ajax Law, Design Director Virginia Lung, Design Director

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

In order to advance the artistic vibe of the Kunming Office Building, the designers have transformed the original space into an interactive zone by adding several unique art installations to provoke people’s thoughts, sensations and feelings. Kunming is located in the Yunnan province. One of the most famous natural sights in Yunnan is the ‘Stone Forest’, which is a notable set of limestone formations.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

HKSTP Experience Centre Project Commissioner Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation Creator IBM iX

The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) cultivates an ecosystem for innovative minds in Hong Kong to channel their enterprising spirits and co-create a better future. By providing opportunistic connections with investors, strategic partnerships with leading corporations and a vast network of top talents, its innovation and technology (I&T) ecosystem creates the perfect environment for technology start-ups to thrive. Serving as the city’s largest R&D centre and a leading incubator nurturing technology talents and start-ups, HKSTP has become the platform for collaborative synergy that accelerates, contributes and drives an enterprising spirit to benefit society. Its strong government support and community resources also helps bring local entrepreneurs’ innovations to market for adoption locally and internationally. With such comprehensive ecosystem and services offerings, HKSTP needs a platform to help the Hong Kong public and international investors understand its role in Hong Kong and its start-ups’ home-grown innovations, helping them realise their vast amount of growth potential.

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POP-UPS, DISPLAY, EXHIBIT & SET DESIGN

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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Experience


Graphic Design Identity and Branding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Illustration and Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Event Experience.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72


GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

Uth Klub Project Commissioner K11 HK Creator Toby Ng

68

Branding for Uth KLUB - A membership for new generation. Spotlighting individuality and identity, a series of six personalities were conceived to illustrate the dynamic realm of Uth KLUB. The Foodie, The Fashionista, The Intellect, The Aesthete, The Athlete, and The Techie are experiential embodiments of K11 Art Mall. Each personality is brought to life through vibrant illustrations of symbolic objects representative of the personas.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


GRAPHIC DESIGN - IDENTITY AND BRANDING

YAU Visual Identity Project Commissioner HK YAU Creator Design Bridge Singapore

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

Embracing the playful absurdities of Hong Kong life to transform a local craft beer brand. A boldy unique hyper-local expression that embraces the playful absurdities of Hong Kong life, YAU now excites locals whilst also appealing to curious ex-pats and tourists eager to explore the local beer culture in the bars of Mongkok, the laneways of Lan Kwai Fong, and beyond…

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GRAPHIC DESIGN - ILLUSTRATION AND TYPE

Chinese New Year Collaterals for Bank Julius Baer Project Commissioner Bank Julius Baer & Co Creator Achates 360

70

The series of Chinese New Year collaterals were specially designed for the wealth management bank, Bank Julius Baer and can be used as both festive gifts and collectible items. The design concept inspired by Chinese porcelain dates to the historical tradition of collecting Chinese porcelain objects as they were considered to be a form of fine art. Aptly named “Imperial Porcelain” for its ties to the ancient imperial family tradition, the series consists of a pouch, paper carrier bag, red packets and carrier box, adorned with motifs that are commonly found on these fine porcelain art. Lotus flowers and peaches represent purity and longevity and tie in strongly with well-wishes and common greetings used during the festive Chinese New Year season. They celebrate at once; a rich Chinese culture and history repackaged in modern presentation and represent the Bank’s desire to honour and respect diverse and different cultures and its deep appreciation for it.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


GRAPHIC DESIGN - ILLUSTRATION AND TYPE

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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EVENT EXPERIENCE

Art Basel Hong Kong Online Viewing Rooms Organisation Art Basel

72

The new digital initiative will offer exhibitors an additional platform to showcase artworks to Art Basel’s global network of patrons, as well as new collectors and buyers. The first iteration of the Online Viewing Rooms will launch in March 2020, providing exhibitors the opportunity to present works they planned to show at Art Basel Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


EVENT EXPERIENCE

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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Object


Product Design Personal Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Concept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Home & Garden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Homewares. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81


PRODUCT DESIGN - PERSONAL USE

KnitWarm 3-in-1 Beanie Project Commissioner Fung Fat Knitting Creator KnitWarm

The 3-in-1 beanie is a multi-functional innovative tubular knit offering warmth to the back of the ears and head. Open the twisted closure and pull over to wear it as a toasty warmer around the neck. Heatsetting & timer can be controlled by mobile app.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - CONCEPT

Smart Eyeglasses Organisation Ingenio Technology Team Derek Yau Dickson Tam

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

Protect Your Child’s Eyesight with Smart Eyeglasses. Light and distance sensors with Bluetooth are applied to these eyeglasses. A mobile app can set the timer for breaks, and sends alerts to the adult simultaneously about the light and distance. Statistics of the child’s reading time and habit are also made available for adjustment. The eyeglasses come in a box with a docking station for charging.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOME & GARDEN

Brushless Lawn Mower Project Commissioner Ryobi Creator Techtronic Industries Co. Creator Techtronic Industries Company Limited, Hong Kong

Maintain your backyard with the RYOBI 18V ONE+ 40cm (16”) Brushless Lawn Mower 6.0Ah Kit. The included 6.0Ah HP battery actively communicates with the mower and uses load-sensing technology to deliver high performance when you need it and longer runtime when you don’t.

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PRODUCT DESIGN - HOMEWARES

Finger Protected Door Organisation dp research & development Team Vic Chan

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

One of the most common and detrimental accident amongst children is their fingers being trapped in doors. We offer the most innovative and sustainable door safety solution to prevent trapped fingers in door and avoid injuries. And we are proud to invent the first Finger Protected Door in the world. Unlike traditional ‘Quick Fix’ protective solution such as C-shaped device made of foam for door hinges and finger shield, which could easily fall off, are less durable and could not be used for fire rated doors that require closing. The concept of our Finger Protected Door is to provide a long term sustainable and durable solution for a life-long finger protection that applicable for all type of doors, including fire rated doors. We achieve this by integrating the protective device within the door frame and door body; the embedded device means the hinges are completely sealed off and therefore fingers (or any objects) would not be in contact with the hinges, thus prevent fingers being trapped in door to prevent injuries. 79


PRODUCT DESIGN - OFFICE

Brief Encounters Organisation New Office Works Team Paul Tse Evelyn Ting Cheryl Trisnadi Amy Lo Anthony Tai Kris Provoost - Photographer

80

Brief Encounters consists of two simple components: a steel frame and a transparent sheet. An accordion system is used to create partitions by moving frames around a central pivot point. Such a method allows flexibility in the spaces in between partitions, while also providing a compact solution for transportation and storage.

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


PRODUCT DESIGN - TECHNOLOGY

UpanelS Organisation Unilumin Group

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

UpanelS - Intelligent Front Access 16:9 LED Display Unit. Intelligent front maintenance with software maintenance and smart bracelet induction maintenance. HDR highly dynamic display with stunning visual experience. Revolutionary separate structure of cabinet and module with good heat dissipation. Seamless splicing between cabinets and modules. High greyscale under low brightness.

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Digital


Digital Design New Service or Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84


DIGITAL - NEW SERVICE OR APPLICATION

HSBC HK Digital On-boarding Organisation HSBC HK Team We have a small internal studio of designers at HSBC HK, including UI/UX designers. We also work very closely with our banking colleagues in Hong Kong to ensure that we marry up business and design needs to serve our HK customers. At HSBC, our aim is to make banking simple and seamless so that our customers can focus on building their wealth, and achieving their financial goals. We realised that our traditional account opening process is time-consuming, taking on average 45–90 minutes to complete. With the Covid pandemic, we also wanted to help our customers and staff stay safe at home whilst still ensuring their banking needs are met.The rise of virtual banks, and the increasing sophistication in our digital lifestyle also mean that our offerings needed to stay competitive.

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HSBC HK saw an opportunity to completely transform the way our customers start their banking relationship with us. Our answer – launching the HSBC HK Digital Onboarding journey on the HSBC HK app. With the insights from customer research and service design, our customers can now: - Complete the application process in around 5 minutes - Use biometric technology to immediately validate their identity - Reduce input error with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) capability - Benefit from the convenience of predictive text capability - Gain instant approval where applicable - Immediately register for digital banking - Open a bank account completely remotely This innovative new journey has capably balanced our customers’ needs, our bank’s risk and regulatory requirements. It also delivers on our vision to bring an omnichannel best-in-class onboarding experience with our customers. Hong Kong Design Awards 2021


DIGITAL - NEW SERVICE OR APPLICATION

Hong Kong Design Awards 2021

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Project index #MakePeopleCount Campaign Against Sexual Violence

15

2100 Club

33

A Sumptuous Residence Blending East and West

51

Airside Hong Kong

18

Amiti Noura

53

AON Hong Kong

27

Art Basel Hong Kong Online Viewing Rooms

72

Asha’s 55 Beautysaur Organics / ‘Eclectic Bodies’

61

Black Sugar Coffee

32

Brasserie 27

31

Brief Encounters

80

Brushless Lawn Mower

78

CBRE Hong Kong

23

Chinese New Year Collaterals for Bank Julius Baer

70

Dynasty Zoina · Gold Impressive I Inspiration starts from imagination

43

Endless blue

50

Espresso Alchemy Harbour City

35

Finger Protected Door

79

Flames Whampoa

34

Flat 19

57

Ganzhou Merchants Center Sales Office

24

Gemdale Corporation - Office Building Upgrade Project

63

Grey, 50 degrees wall

47

HKSTP Experience Centre

56, 64

HKUST Incubator

46

HKUST Student Development

20

Hong Kong Housing Society

28

Hong Kong Jockey Club Renovation Clubhouserenovation Work at 5/F of Sha Tin Clubhouse

41

HSBC HK Digital On-boarding

84

Huasheng Office

25


InnoSquare - Business Centre

26

Joy & Peace - Galleria

62

KnitWarm 3-in-1 Beanie

76

Lantau Yacht Club

40

M+

21

masu bar

45

Maze Hotel

36

MILKY WAY

60

Penicillin Bar

14

Pixelated 37 Place of comfort

48

Protect Your Child’s Eyesight with Smart Eyeglasses

77

Qianhai Brewery Co.

30

Qinghuaidu 54 SFC Shangying Cinema Luxe

42

Skygarden 1331

19

Skyline Villa

22

SUNAC Yun Shui Guan Jing Marketing Centre

44

Sunset Grill

29

the Arca

39

The Dorp

58

the Figo

38

The Horizon

59

The sounds of nature

49

UnpanelS 81 Uth Klub

68

Xijiao Mingyuan Villa

52

YAU Visual Identity

69


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