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Successful conclusion for Design for Asia Awards 2015 ceremony

by Staff Writer on Dec 23, 2015 in Lifestyle , Perspective Promotions
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The Design for Asia Awards (DFA Awards) presentation ceremony was successfully held on December 2 and 4 in Hong Kong, attended by industry leaders, political and business celebrities from around the world at the gala dinner of Business of Design Week

"The DFA Awards is not just an annual design event for Asia – it has evolved into an influential discussion platform for Asia and international designers alike. Together, we can create world-changing design in Asia and for Asia, yet also for all," said Freeman Lau, vice-chairman of Hong Kong Design Centre‘s (HKDC) Board of Directors.

Organised by HKDC, with Create Hong Kong of the HKSAR Government as major sponsor, the DFA Awards underpins the role of designers in society and celebrates design leadership and exemplary design in Asia since its launch in 2003. This prestigious accolade also testifies to the rising force of emerging designers in Hong Kong. Through five major award programmes (DFALAA, DFADLA, DFAWOCD, DFA Design for Asia Awards and DFAHKYDTA), the DFA Awards has grown in international influence throughout Asia.

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A full list of 2015 winners can be found at the DFA Awards website.

The DFA Awards Exhibition, part of the InnoDesignTech Expo (3-5 December 2015), showcased the winning projects of the DFA Design for Asia Awards, as well as the portfolios of DFA Lifetime Achievement Award, DFA Design Leadership Award, DFA World's Outstanding Chinese Designer and DFA Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award.

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