A Creative Journey with Paul Cocksedge
Saturday 30 March 2019 - 13.30

A Creative Journey with Paul Cocksedge
Hosted by the British Council and supported by Swire Properties

Date: Saturday, 30 March 2019
Time: 14.00 – 15.00 (Registration opens at 13.30)
Venue: British Council - Room 307-308, 3/F., 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty
Language: English
RSVP required. please register at www.surveymonkey.com/r/HDN7NZH
Free of charge - All are welcome

Join the British Council for an unmissable opportunity to hear from internationally renowned UK designer Paul Cocksedge. His spectacularly inventive yet simple style is expressed in everything from product design to architectural projects and public art pieces, which he has created for clients including the V&A, Sony, Swarovski and many more.

Cocksedge will discuss how his work crosses the boundaries between design, art and science, and offer insight into his own process. He will also be exploring why creativity of all kinds is key for cities like Hong Kong and London - where his studio is based.

The talk will be moderated by Eric Schuldenfrei, Head of Department of Architecture, HKU.

About the speaker

Paul Cocksedge, Designer and co-founder of Paul Cocksedge Studio
Paul Cocksedge is an internationally acclaimed British designer, who has spent the last decade building a reputation for innovative design, underpinned by research into the limits of technology and materials. His catalogue of work spans design products, architectural projects, installations and sculptures, all infused with the sense of simplicity, joy and wonder that has come to characterise his work. He established Paul Cocksedge Studio with fellow RCA graduate Joana Pinho in 2004.

Cocksedge has created a unique installation to house Swire Properties VIP Lounge at Art Basel Hong Kong 2019.

About the moderator

Eric Schuldenfrei, Head of Department of Architecture at University of Hong Kong and co-founder of ESKYIU
Eric Schuldenfrei has previously taught at Princeton University, Columbia University, and the Architectural Association in London. Together with Marisa Yiu, he founded ESKYIU – a multi-disciplinary architecture studio integrating culture, art, community and technology. He has recently presented at DLD in Moscow on the topic of Future Cities, at the V&A museum, Harvard University AsiaGSD series, the University of Cambridge, and the Royal College of Art in London.