SEARCH

HKDI presents Konstantin Grcic's first exhibition in Asia

by Simon Yuen on Dec 13, 2016 in Lifestyle
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Sina WeiboShare on Tencent WeiboEmail this to someone

HKDI presents Konstantin Grcic’s first exhibition in Asia, showcasing how his perception of the world shapes new objects

Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) and Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) (Lee Wai Lee) is now presenting German industrial designer Konstantin Grcic’s exhibition at HKDI Gallery until 2 April 2017, named Konstantin Grcic – Panorama.

environment-shots_1

In collaboration with Vitra Design Museum in Germany and Z33 Hasselt in Belgium, the exhibition is Grcic’s debut in Asia

In collaboration with Vitra Design Museum in Germany and  Z33 Hasselt in Belgium, the exhibition is Grcic’s debut in Asia and the largest show to date, illustrating  how the designer's perception of the world shapes new objects, and how these objects inspire a new view of the world subsequently.

The exhibition is divided into four sections: a home interior (Life Space), a design studio (Work Space), an urban environment (Public Space) and the Object Space.  The first three spaces demonstrate how Grcic situates his work in the present day, while also shedding light on questions that occupy him and revealing how he envisions the future of design.

Public Space Section

Public Space Section

In the Object Space, visitors see objects, prototypes and drawings by Grcic, which have been supplemented by pieces from other designers, daily items and found objects that have enthused him. Classic pieces such as Chair_One (2004) and the Mayday lamp (1999) are included in the exhibition.

Chair_One (2004)

Chair_One (2004)

Details

Venue: HKDI Gallery, HKDI & IVE (Lee Wai Lee), 3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O

Date: Until 2 April 2017

Time: Monday – Sunday 10am – 8pm (Closed on Tuesdays)

, , , , , , , ,

Recent Posts

  • r_hjortshoj_-_noma_web-332_original

    NOMA 2.0


    The award-winning restaurant worked with BIG to create a new home and restaurant village just outside of Copenhagen’s city center

    Posted on Oct 15, 2018
    View
  • Lacime Architects

    Poetic justice


    Traditional Suzhou architectural forms are reborn in the award-winning Dajia community villas by Lacime Architects

    Posted on Oct 9, 2018
    View
  • DSC_4035

    Prison break


    Perspective takes a closer look at Hong Kong’s largest revitalisation project, Tai Kwun: from colonial-era relic to 21st-century hub for art and culture

    Posted on Oct 6, 2018
    View
  • 9. The Hall

    Run of the mills


    The Mills – a new cultural complex, creative co-working space and start-up hub pays homage to Hong Kong’s golden era in the textile industry

    Posted on Oct 4, 2018
    View
Top