A low cost solution to uplift the organizer's areas decorative ambiance at the Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair was required. This entailed a 6m x 3.5m registration wall with counter, an open forum, a print awards and digital printing awards areas, along with a seminar space to seat 100 people. A graphical approach to resemble a surrealistic supermarket environment under the theme of Supermarket Therapy was developed. Using bold colors and graphics made the organizer's spaces in this show easy to distinguish for the visitors.
Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, a new fashion event called CENTRESTAGE was launched at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. During this 4 day promotion 192 contemporary fashion brands were exhibited. With so many different fashion brands, an impartial design approach was required to elevate the overall image for the events organizer’s spaces. These include the entrance concourse and inside the exhibition hall’s main avenue and open arena. A unique abstract concept titled Starlight Transform was born to develop the overall design journey for these spaces.
As a marketing component of the 2016 Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair, the Salon de TE was only area opened to the general public and media to display over 150 international high-end watch brands. To differentiate this from the other trade halls, the organizer’s provided an area of 6000m2 to build an introductory passageway. A thematic approach was developed under the concept Space Journey to evoke the feeling of new discover for the visitors. Functionally the design includes the hall entrance, passageway and a stage for multi-purpose activities.
First time in Olympic history, we've opened our very own national hospitality house! We are proud, that we could take part in this project, with the concept and content development to the design of the interior spaces and installations, under the leadership of Gergely Boszormenyi Nagy and Linda Szurdi (linszudesign). The FSR and Dupla Design team carried out the outdoor design and the construction works.
The project was a charity race by making use of streets, footbridges and walkways of commercial buildings, which had a relay of 8 legs to symbolize the rat race of white collars in a city. The race was designed as a mini-scene recreation of the corporate ladder from graduate to senior executive. The relay reflected the trials and tribulations of the breakneck corporate environment. Another gimmick was two large-scale fitness games in the form of a rat running wheel and a rat trap set up in the heart of CBD for the public to experience what was like a rat.