PolyU Design Integrated Capstone Projects Preview at Central Market
The world today is facing unprecedented changes and challenges. Conventional problems addressed by design have become far too complex and large in scale for any one single design discipline to manage.
In light of this, 28 PolyU Design final-year bachelor students from six design disciplines formed teams to work together on seven Integrated Capstone Projects to come up with new effective and powerful design solutions.
Unlike traditional graduation design projects which are mainly presented by an individual student or a group of students from the same discipline, the interdisciplinary teams are empowered to address more complex social, urban and ecological problems. These projects embrace a wide variety of topics including urban reactivation and co-creation, mask recycling and sustainability, air purification, STEAM education and more.
The projects will be exhibited at the Central Market as an off-campus event of the PolyU Design Show. It is the first time of featuring PolyU Design students’ projects at this new revitalised landmark in Hong Kong.
Details of the PolyU Design Integrated Capstone Projects 2022 Exhibition are as follows:
|23 June - 17 July 2022|
|10:00am - 10:00pm|
|24-hr Passageway, 2/F Central Market, 93 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong|
For more information about the Integrated Capstone Projects, please visit here.
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