About Hong Kong Design Centre

Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) was formed in 2001 to drive Hong Kong to become a highly competitive, internationally recognised source of innovative products and design talent. 
The HKDC is a non-profit organization founded by the Hong Kong Federation of Design Associations Limited, with support from the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.  Founding members include Hong Kong Designers Association (HKDA), Interior Design Association Hong Kong (HKIDA), Hong Kong Fashion Designers Association (HKFDA), and The Chartered Society of Designers, Hong Kong (CSDHK).
Hong Kong has long been recognised as a leading design centre in the Asia Pacific region.  At the crossroads of Asia and serving as the gateway to China, Hong Kong designers are ideally placed to help companies promote their products and services throughout the region and beyond.  
The HKDC serves as a vital link between businesses and designers in Hong Kong, propelling Asian design into the 21st century, raising design standards and fostering design-related education.
By creating a world-class centre of excellence, the HKDC aims to facilitate awareness of Hong Kong’s rich source of innovative products and design talent across all disciplines, whilst promoting the vital role of design in a modern economy.
About BODW
About Organizer
About BODW 2005
Events and Activities
Design for Asia Award
Press Room
Travel Info
Previous BODW
Contact Us