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Belgian Spirit Fashion & design

by Leona Liu on Dec 2, 2015 in Lifestyle
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 Belgian Spirit collaborates with Nationa(a)l on setting up a Pop-Up Store of Belgian Design and Fashion at PMQ to support creative entrepreneurs in Hong Kong.

In the framework of the Business of Design Week (BODW) 2015, Wallonia-Brussels Design Fashion and Wallonia-Brussels International collaborated with Nationa(a)l, a promotion and support platform for Belgian creative and cultural entrepreneurship, in order to set up a Pop-Up Store of Belgian Design and Fashion at PMQ.

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Belgian Spirit Fashion & Design Pop-Up Store at PMQ, Hong Kong

Created in 2011 and is an initiative of the three Belgian Regions, the Belgian Spirit project chose the Business of Design Week (BODW) in Hong Kong as their gateway to the Asian continent. Showcased pieces including works from a.Knackfuss,Delphine Dénéréaz, Delphine Quirin and Linadura, etc.

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“Face” by Mathias van de Walle for Linadura. Photo’s by Linadura

Linadura is a Belgian company that is engaged in the production and sale of contemporary furniture to improve the quality of our habitat. It gives priority to sustainable and environmentally friendly materials: wood, aluminum, glass … “Let’s create less but better”, what he proposes is to reduce the impact of production and increase our attention to more efficient and sustainable products. For this purpose, the multifunctional aspect plays a key role in designing many of its products.

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“The Siblings” lighting by Frederik Delbart Design Studio. Photo’s by Frederik Delbart.

Frederik Delbart Design Studio is an independent creative office located in Brussels and Hasselt, active in product design, strategic design management, graphic design and consultancy. Inspired by textures and structures, the main purpose of the studio is creating honest and simple objects.

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“Muse” Cutlery designed for Eternum and Dialogue2013

Passionate by raw and pure materials such as wood, glass, metal, porcelain and paper, Frederik Delbart Design Studio tries to find new limits for each by using those materials in a mix of respect for tradition and sense of innovation.

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