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DESIGN fosters innovation

Co-Creating Hong Kong: a design + exhibition features 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent. Each project brings new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community. Free and open to the public beginning on Sunday, September 15 – Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Chandran Gallery, 459 Geary St., San Francisco, CA 94102.

Designer spotlight: Mui Kinoshita, Clement Tien and San Wong, Mazing and Connie Lee

Designer spotlight:

A Lamp that Breathes: Mui Kinoshita is the creator of Airluna, an air purifying lamp that uses patented technology to  convert the pollutants like ozone and TVOC to harmless substances like water and carbon dioxide. By combining patented technology, she has extended the life of air purifiers with a well-designed lamp for your household wishlist. Visit Co-Creating Hong Kong to get a sneak peak of the Airluna lamp at work before it is pre-sold in the fourth quarter of 2019.

AI for Land Use: Clement Tien and San Wong are the founders of Arical, the world’s leading company focused on applying the latest artificial intelligence technologies to urban planning, architectural design and property development. Arical’s technology uses machine intelligence to generate conceptual building design layouts based on market data, ROI, planning, lease regulations, design principles and constraints. Visit Co-Creating Hong Kong to witness how Arical empowers architects, urban planners and property developers with AI.

Reinventing Traditional Herbal Wisdom: Mazing and Connie Lee are the co-designers of Lify, a holistic wellness-tech platform with a vision to provide a personalized wellness beverage experience. Equipped with an AI wellness evaluation tool and a smart herbal brewer, this device recommends herbal tea drinks based on the users physical and overall body condition. Visit Co-Creating Hong Kong to discover the perfect herbal tea beverage to boost your wellness.



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