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Compilation

Our students excel in design and have won numerous well-deserved awards. Find out more about our future industry leaders here.

Wong Sze WaHigher Diploma in Jewellery Design and Technology

The watch piece with the abstract waves on the watch face gives a unique appearance under refracted light. It makes use of handcrafted techniques using a combination of jewellery and shell designs.


Champion (Student Group)36th Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition

浮世‧繪

Cheung Sau KiHigher Diploma in Jewellery Design and Technology

he key characteristic of the piece comes from the use of different-coloured beads, with each colour representing a different kind of energy. The designer believes life is like dream in that both are unpredictable, wonderful and full of vitality, and the designer hopes the watch can encourage people to embrace challenges in the future.


1st Runner-up (Student Group)36th Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition

Dream Adventure

Tang Chun Kit, MarcoHigher Diploma in Timepiece and Lifestyle Product Design

The design inspiration comes from the three stages of self-improvement of Japanese martial art Kendo - SHUHARI. In kendo, the sword is regarded as the soul of the samurai, and the adoption of the sword element in the unique watch design aims to bring out the theme of breakthrough and emphasise the effort of leading the industry towards a fresher and brighter future.


Champion (Open Group)36th Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition

SHUHARI

Lee Cheuk ChungHigher Diploma in Timepiece and Lifestyle Product Design

The unique design incorporates the element of skull on the watch surface, representing rejuvenation with more energetic power and newer interpretation of lives. The domed-shape crystal and the space design of clock hands enable the watch piece to look more unique and highly distinguishable from other traditional watches.


1st Runner-up (Open Group)36th Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition

Reborn

Tang Siu HungHigher Diploma in Timepiece and Lifestyle Product Design

The design utilises a translucent hour plate that allows different details of the mechanical movement to be shown at every moment, creating a unique, minimalistic and intriguing design.


2nd Runner-up (Open Group)36th Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition

Connoisseur

Wong Chi Ho, AlanHigher Diploma in Product Design

“Ahanger” is a functional household tool for drying clothes more conveniently. It is made of stainless steel and allows users to control the opening and closing of the hanger. It adopts the tilting design which can speed up the drying process.


Merit Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

Ahanger

Lo Pui Sze, PercyHigher Diploma in Product Design

It is a hygienic bottle for sharing drink using the special designed one-way straw, which there is a bead inside the straw to avoid the backflow of the drink when it is being sipped.


Merit Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

Sharing Bottle

Cheung Sui Wa, TiffanyHigher Diploma in Product Design

It’s difficult to bind up the wound with bandage with one hand for the other hand. The portable “Easy Bandage” can be operated by one hand only. The bandage can automatically wrap the injured part, for example fingers and wrist.


Silver Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

Easy Bandage

Leung Hei Lun, AlanHigher Diploma in Product Design

“DEFEND VS DEFEND” is a multiplayer survival game, which the game players have to protect their cities against the monster's attack with the antiaircraft weapon. The one who can save his/her city at the end will be the winner.


Merit Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

DEFEND VS DEFEND

Pang Lok ManHigher Diploma in Product Design

The Stair Chair is a bar stool for people with different heights. By spinning the chair, the height of the chair can be adjusted and the user can find the foot pedal at the suitable heights and positions, allowing the users to sit comfortably.


Merit Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

Stair Chair

Jim Ho FungHigher Diploma in Product Design

M-tainer is a case for storing cutlery, which is made up of different flat parts. The flat parts can be combined in different ways for different shapes of case with different storage spaces according to the needs of the users. The case can also be dismantled into flat parts for cleaning and carry.


Merit Award (Student Division of Conceptual Group)Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019

M-tainer

Wong Man Ngai DerekHigher Diploma in Interior Design

To respond to the crowded living space in Hong Kong, “Neigh-Brotherhood” adopted the Co-Living concept , which every family can share the use of a residential unit, turning a single building to a small community. Except that the private rooms with bath and washroom, almost half of the spaces are commonly shared for cooking, dining, relaxation and gathering and neighbors are encouraged to assist with each other.


Sliver - Space Design CategorySaint-Etienne Design Award

Neigh-Brotherhood

KWOK Chin Fung LucasHigher Diploma in Interior Design

To enrich the shoppers’ sensational experience in a shopping mall, the space of “Rays of Happiness” is divided into 2 main parts: art installation zone and special interactive zone. Both zones are presented in the form of radiation lines and the gradient colours, alluding to the infinite rays of energy that spreads everywhere, which symbolizes adding positive energy into the space and the community.


Sliver - Space Design CategorySaint-Etienne Design Award

Rays of Happiness