Design in Motion Hong-Kong 2013

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From December 2013 to February 2014 Belgian Spirit and Hong Kong Design Institute present renowned Belgian designer Charles Kaisin’s work and research in the exhibition “Design in Motion”.

This exhibition presents all the work and research of Charles Kaisin from 1999 to 2013 linked to two themes: motion and recycling. Each subject is generously presented by explaining the process of conception, the way of developing the objects and their production process. Numerous research models accompany the work produced. Various pieces are presented to the public for the first time, whether they are unique items for a private order, such as a very comfortable chaise longue, or a watch made in a limited edition of 2000 copies for Swatch. New projects that are in the production process will also be exhibited, like the research work for a wine bar in the Sablon in Brussels, consisting of more than 7500 pixels of little pillows, and a banquette made up of pixels of wool pompons. Lastly, the unveiling of new items from on-going projects such as the latest Val Saint Lambert crystal collections. The theme of motion will unite the design objects.