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The Hong Kong Designers Association

was founded in 1972. We are the biggest
designers association in Hong Kong

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Vision Plus Co Ltd

Founded in 2002, Visionplus, which has been going through many changes, becomes a growth business unit today. Emphasizing on high team spirit, we proudly gain our repute in the industry...

Founded in 2002, Visionplus, which has been going through many changes, becomes a growth business unit today. Emphasizing on high team spirit, we proudly gain our repute in the industry as a creative design consultancy with our specialty at “Brand Identity Development”, “Publicity Design Promotion” as well as “Environmental Graphic Production”.

Entering into the second decade of the 21st centry, Visionplus focuses on bringing to our clients for the professional service and excellent design quality. Our philosophy is that good communication is the foundation to start a design project. Just like a tailor making a dress for the wearer, we value clients’ comment and do listening for what they need. Getting the admiration from the client is always our goal.

This is our serving commitment that differentiates us from others.


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  • JoyInClay Ceramic Exhibition

    Play with clay, have a personal moment with yourself. JoyInClay hope to share with you the fun of ceramics, and beyond...

  • International Museum Day 2014, Hong Kong

    The theme for IMD 2014 is “Museum Collections Make Connections”, which reminds us that a museum is an institution that preserves and communicates the past, while remaining grounded in the present. Museums form a link between generations, allowing those in the present and the future to better comprehend their origins and history.

  • REVEAL – HKIA at ArtisTree 2013

    REVEAL HKIA at ArtisTree 2013 The Artworks Exhibition for HKIA members. An interactive dialogue with public through experiential showcase of architects real work space exhibits such as building models, drawings, sketches and office photos.

  • The Late Version of Shan Hai Jing

    The Late Version of Shan Hai Jing Works by Lam Yuk-lin Lam has distinct ideas about the subtle changes in our surrounding environment, and about the choice of materials for her creations. The conflict between the natural environment and human development has provided her with endless inspiration.