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David Osborne

David Osborne is the Founder of Graphia Brands in Hong Kong.

Founder and Chairman of gB, David Osborne continually seeks better ways to improve the discipline of environmental graphics. He actually hates signs. David Osborne introduced the idea of wayfinding not as signage design but as experience design, and he continually encourages his five design teams to find better, more intuitive ways to guide and orient people in the built environment. He holds a PhD from Coventry University in England and his continued research area is consumer behavior in the built environment.

David Osborne is the Founder of Graphia Brands in Hong Kong
Graphia Brands
Hong Kong

CallisonRTKL

RTKL is a leading architectural design firm and winner of multiple SEGD Global Design Awards. Driven by a passion for great design, the creation of great places and the creative process, RTKL implements innovative ideas across multiple services and lines of business.

YOHO Clubhouse Environmental Graphics

YOHO Clubhouse Environmental Graphics

Urban + Park = Good Living

One Plus Partnership’s environmental graphics create “green living” for residents of a Hong Kong high-rise.

Residents of YOHO Midtown, one of Hong Kong’s newest luxury high-rises, love urban living but also yearn for a connection to nature—a rare experience in their crowded metropolis.

Commissioned to design the interiors for the complex’s four-story, 37,000-square-foot clubhouse/recreation center, One Plus Partnership (Hong Kong) was committed to giving them what they wanted.

Cristal Bar

Merit Award
Cristal Bar, Zenses Group, Katrin Olina Ltd.

Using up-to-the-minute film and printing technology and imagery that combines the traditions of murals, grotesques, and symbols, Katrin Olina created an immersive, otherworldly destination in Cristal Bar, a 1,200-sq.-ft. bar in a Hong Kong high-rise. Using 3M graphic film, The Icelandic designer covered every wall, ceiling, and floor surface in imagery, creating a huge, seamless painting that spans the bar’s four interconnected spaces.

Katrin Olina Ltd.
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