Summer Edition 9 of K11’s Artoid is available at K11 which features a review of the past exhibitions and culture events including Urban Sense (p6) and Art Infinity Education programme of which Sarah participated in training the great team of enthusiastic Junior Docents in the exhibition design approach, curatorial and shared narratives of each art work (p12).
We would like to thank Rebecca, Regina, Carol, Mono and Peony for their generous support.
SKY YUTAKA’s design and installation for The Chinese University of Hong Kong custom interactive signage has been recognised by the ‘Council for Advancement and Support of Education’ (CASE) July / August 2016’s Currents magazine as one of the most innovative and creative “World’s BEST Stewardship Ideas” for educational institutions and top nonprofits.
Selected from international case studies, the design adopts a new approach in recognition strategies and a memorable way of thanking the donors in their support for the university. As part of an overall project signage strategy including way finding for visually impaired users, the interactive bilingual display enables flexibility for a high level of content for current and future use which can be constantly updated and engage with the user.
Sarah has been invited as part of the jury panel of the New York based ICSC Asia-Pacific and China Awards for her 6th consecutive judging in the Design and Development categories.
The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) recognizes and honours the industry’s most cutting edge properties, innovative solutions and creative responses to market trends, as well as outstanding examples of design and development throughout the world through its Global Awards programs.
Judging the best of industry trends on an annual basis, Sarah will participate in assessment of creativity for commercial development schemes, renovations and expansions, store design and new retail concepts.