PolyU Design Annual Show 2018

esh design graduates are the young lions who are nurtured, trained and equipped in the den before they join the design workforce and become king of the jungle. The 2018 PolyU Design Annual Show invites you to come right into the den and take a first look at our future design leaders. 

Over 200 design projects with a wide spectrum of topics by students of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are shown in an open-studio environment at the Jockey Club Innovation Tower. A good reason to visit the campus and walk around the building to appreciate its unique architecture.

All members of the public are welcome. Free Admission.

EXHIBIT CATEGORIES:

Bachelor’s & Sub-Degree
  • Advertising Design
  • Communication Design
  • Digital Media
  • Environment & Interior Design
  • Interactive Media
  • Multimedia Design & Technology
  • Product Design
  • Work-Integrated Education
Master’s
  • Design Practices
  • Design Strategies
  • Interaction Design
  • International Design & Business Management
  • Multimedia & Entertainment Technology
  • Urban Environments Design


OTHER CONCURRENT ACTIVITIES:

Material Resource Centre Open House, SDWorks, Public talks, Screening, Meetups, Summer Programme for Secondary School Students, Guided Tours, Market and more

FROM THE DEN

Young lions are being fed in the den and trained by the seniors until they are ready for the world. And one day, they will become king of the jungle. In 2018, we use ‘the lion’s den’ as a metaphor to communicate that PolyU Design is where the young designers are nurtured, trained and equipped before they join the design workforce. In this exhibition, we invite our guest to come right into the den and take a first look at our future design leaders.

The southern lion head (a Hong Kong tradition) is chosen as the main visual.  By featuring various parts of the lion head, complimented with graphics and typography, the designer hopes to create a visual system to represent the exhibition, as well as different design disciplines in the design school.

Last but not least, the southern lion head symbolises a lucky new beginning, acting as a beautiful blessing to the graduating students. 

Designer: Westley Wong, graduate of BA(Hons) in Design (Advertising), 2015

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