Design Trust is pleased to share grant projects highlights in the summer. From Pang Jai architectural documentation group's "Thirty-Three Pang Jai" zine series and exhibition, to ‘Dusts Chambers’ by Adam Hudec recently exhibited at Biennial of Design Ljubljana and many more by Design Trust grant recipients.
Design Trust Seed Grant recipients Pang Jai architectural documentation group documents thirty three hawker stalls in a transitional Fabric Bazaar in Sham Shui Po, a cluster of self-maintained stalls of informal spatial qualities representing a unique part of Hong Kong’s fabric industry. This architectural documentation project uses measured drawings and illustrations to reveal vibrant perspectives of Pang Jai, emphasizing the relationship between spatial formation and the built environment under Design Trust supported grant research “Facing Demolition: a documentation of Pang Jai Fabric Bazaar”.
"Thirty-Three Pang Jai" zine series is comprised of De-composition, The Operation, Lives and community, and Nature; four aspects to describe both the material, immaterial and recorded interviews of the site, and it’s cloth fabric vendors. The exhibition 《樹民布衣》原生的深水埗棚仔 exhibited at Form Society in Sham Shui Po as an extension of the "Thirty-Three Pang Jai" zine series, allowing the public to experience the lives in Pang Jai from the observation by the documentation group, . Using sketches, paintings and models to deconstruct the hidden qualities of Pang Jai built by cloth vendors.