by Erika Zuo
Interior Architecture of China
Interior Architecture of China magazine recently featured the HASSELL Hong Kong studio's recent Global Service Jam, an event which brings together people who are interested in using design and creativity to approach problem solving and service innovation.
The Hong Kong event was held at the Flag Out Creativity Centre in Kowloon and gave the local community a chance to find out about HASSELL, who co-organised the event with Hong Kong University's Business Students – Young Entrepreneurs for Society Network.
HASSELL aims to share the practice's knowledge and experience with students by engaging senior designers at events such as these. Ken Chan, a Senior Architect at the Hong Kong studio, was one of the speakers at the inaugural Hong Kong Global Service Jam.—
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