East Meets East – A Conversation on Contemporary Asian Design

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East Meets East – A Conversation on Contemporary Asian Design

William Lim will engage into a conversation with Stanley Wong and Lyndon Neri , and moderated by Christine Bruckner

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Asia Society Hong Kong Center 9 Justice Drive Admiralty, HKI Hong Kong

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  • 1 hour
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The recently published book “East Meets East: William Lim: Contemporary Asian Design” draws on the work of artist and architect William Lim FAIA, offering a new, enlightened perspective on what Asian design means today. Exploring design works ranging from furniture and temporary art installations to interior design and architecture by CL3, founded by William Lim, and related studios Lim + Lu and Open UU, this book presents a fresh consideration of the essence of contemporary Asian design and how it has evolved over the past few decades. The projects selected share a sensitivity to Asian qualities: a deep appreciation of site and context, craft and design details, with imaginative architectural responses delivering a reinterpretation of cultural heritage and traditions.

In this event, William Lim will engage into a conversation with artist and graphic designer Stanley Wong, aka anothermountainman, and Shanghai-based architect Lyndon Neri on the modern interpretation of eastern aesthetics and the unique experience of designing for a new Asia. The event will be moderated by Christine Bruckner, FAIA.

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Date Monday, November 28, 2022

Time 7.00 – 8.00 PM

CES 1.0 LU

Fee $100 AIA and ASHK Members; $200 Non-members

Quota 80

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