25 August 2018 (Saturday)
3:00pm – 5:00pm
HUB (S710-711), 7/f, Staunton
Free of charge
Full house. Thank You!
Design Talk – From Sense of Space to Sense of Belonging
The quality of a space can be enhanced once having the interactions of human beings in it; and design is a process to pave way for this evolvement to let life and emotions to be instilled.
In this talk, we have invited architectural and interior designer Wilson Lee and radio DJ Danny So to share their insights on the connection between space and people through two senses–sight and hearing.
Through sharing of some spatial design practices, Wilson will explain how the details can foster interaction between people and space, and sometimes even tell stories to turn an unfamiliar environment into a place with a sense of belonging, be it temporarily or permanently.
Danny So will talk about his observations of the chemistry between music and spaces around the world and how he responds to spaces through music. He will be creating a music playlist for this talk and playing it on the day.
[ Event Details ]
Time｜25/08/2018 (SAT) 15:00 – 17:00
Venue｜HUB (S710-711), PMQ (35 Aberdeen Street, Central)
Topic｜From Sense of Space to Sense of Belonging
Speakers｜Wilson LEE, Danny SO
Free admission on a first-come-first-served basis.
Register here to save your seat: Full house. Thank You!
[ About the Speakers ]
Wilson Lee, who likes photography and musical improvisation, has been working in the field of architecture and interior design for years. He has first founded Wall Studio and later STUDIO ADJECTIVE, at which he is currently the design director, and has been recognised by DFA Design for Asia Award and Perspective’s 40 under 40 Award.
Behind the name “ADJECTIVE” is their vision & mission – to add an adjective to every design by creating unique forms, characters and stories with a personal touch. Wilson brings strategic thinking into architectural and interior design practice, constantly exploring how the interaction between people and space can build lasting relationships. With a focus on connections with people, living and community, storytelling is always the key of his works.
Danny So (So Yiu-chung) is a radio DJ, a vegetarian, a graduate of Wah Yan College and Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a father of two sons, Jack and Max. He is now hosting a music show “My Daily Life” at Commercial Radio 2. His past programmes include “Coming Home”, “903 Top 20″ and “Sammy Moving”. Being also a songwriter, he has recently worked with Trinity Theatre to produce and act in several musicals.