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Book Launch Event of A Living Space – The Homes of Pak Sha O

《可以居——白沙澳鄉》書籍發佈會

Event Identity Design, Product Design, Book Design, Bookbinding, Exhibition Production


















Client/Organiser  
kaitak, Centre for Research and Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University

Product Design

Wai Lun HSU @mmmmor

Product Production

Yuen Hing TAM

Graphic Design

Wai Lun HSU & Lai Ping SO @mmmmor


Printing and Production
Suncolor Printing Co., Ltd., Hong Kong
Wai Lun HSU with Ricoh Color Laser Printer and Risograph Printer

Binding
Wai Lun HSU


















































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Book Launch Event of A Living Space – The Homes of Pak Sha O

《可以居——白沙澳鄉》書籍發佈會

Exhibited on 11 Oct 2015
Event Identity Design, Product Design, Book Design, Bookbinding, Exhibition Production
‘A Living Space’ centred on a Hakka village called Pak Sha O in Hong Kong, which is one of the remaining well-preserved traditional village in the territory. Since 1950s, the tenants, who are mainly westerners, renovated the interior of the houses in modern western style, yet at the same time maintaining and respecting the traditional architecture of Hakka style of the houses.

In the autumn 2015, right after the publishing of the book, an event of book-launch has been held in the village where the stories and works of art in the book come from, engaging public visitors, as well as the tenants and indigenous residents.

The invitation card of the event involves three landscape photographs of the village captured in different periods of time, between 1960s and 1990s, collected from residents’ personal albums. The prints employs a thin and translucent material, Japanese washi papers, which overlaps the three significance of time when the card of accordion folds altogether.

Another set of on-site installation consists of a series of hand-made books and bookstands, designed particularly for the event. The bookstands was created resembling the gabled roofs of Hakka house which are omnipresent in the village.
Client/Organiser      kaitak, Centre for Research and Development, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University
Product Design   
Wai Lun HSU @mmmmor
Product Production    Yuen Hing TAM
Graphic Design    Wai Lun HSU and Lai Ping SO @mmmmor

Printing and Production    Suncolor Printing Co., Ltd., Hong Kong & Hsu Wai Lun with Ricoh Color Laser Printer and Risograph Printer
Binding    Wai Lun HSU @mmmmor




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