Lush camellia blossoms interspersed with leaves, carved on a 15th century red lacquer ware box, make for equally opulent decoration on the lid of a handsome octagonal container designed by Freeman Lau.
Based on a round lidded box with camellia decoration, carved red lacquer ware; Ming dynasty, Yongle reign (1403-1424)
Freeman Lau, a founding partner of Hong Kong’s Kan and Lau Design Consultants, is a graphic designer and fine artist, a frequent speaker at international design forums, and the recipient of the HKSAR government’s Bronze Bauhinia Star in recognition of his contributions in enhancing the identity of Hong Kong design.
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About the collection
A collaborative project with Taiwan’s National Palace Museum to reimagine its priceless collection of Chinese artworks and artefacts as objects for a contemporary lifestyle. Each piece carries the Museum’s logotype.