Gerard Henry's art print in the Ming Pao Friday Issue

A big thanks to the team of Ming Pao for featuring one of Gérard Henry’s spring in an article for their Friday issue.
Please have a look at Gérard Henry’s prints here >

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Latitude 22N in the Design Citywalk HK City Guide

Extremely happy to be featured in the Design Citywalk HK Design Guide.

Design Citywalk HK is a visitors’ guide to Hong Kong design, art and culture covers the highlights – and attractions less well known. Produced by the Hong Kong Design Centre, it covers things you would expect – museums, galleries, shops, restaurants – and some you might not.

Guest contributor: Alan Chan, Charmaine Chan, Tina Liu, Stanley Wong, Eric Yim
Published by Hong Kong Design Centre


Latitude 22N presents the drawings and writings of Gérard Henry

Limited edition art prints by Gérard Henry


Upcoming exhibition at Soho House, Hong Kong


Latitude 22N in the Louis Vuitton Hong Kong City Guide

Extremely happy to discover our studio in the Louis Vuitton Hong Kong City Guide, 2023 Edition.

Since 1998, Louis Vuitton City Guides have established themselves as the ultimate travel companions, bringing to life the world’s most fascinating cities for business and leisure travelers alike. To capture the spirit of each city, Louis Vuitton reaches out to journalists, writers and major figures in the world of art and letters, whose contributions – together with those of artists, businesspeople and creative talents from many fields – make each City Guide a publication like no other. From five-star hotels to boutique concepts, gourmet restaurants to neighborhood bistros, antique shops to designer hubs, museums and monuments, each Louis Vuitton City Guide is a treasure trove of invaluable information, which reveals the pleasures each city has to offer. Every City Guide also features a special guest contributor, who takes the reader on a personal exploration of their home city, along the way sharing tips on their favorite spots. The Hong Kong City Guide includes special guest contributions from Nicolas Tsé and exclusive photographs by Harold de Puymorin.

5.4 x 8.3 inches
Guest contributor: Nicolas Tsé
Writers: Catherine Shaw, Jonathan Hopfner, Divia Harilela, Michel Temman
Exclusive photography by Harold de Puymorin
Cloth binding


Saturday December 10 and 17, 2022, open studio at Latitude 22N

Open studio at Latitude 22N

Dates
Saturday December 10, 2022
Saturday December 17, 2022

Opening hours
11 am until 5pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

Open studio at Latitude 22N

Dates
Saturday December 10, 2022
Saturday December 17, 2022

Opening hours
11 am until 5pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan


Saturday August 6, 2022, studio tour at Latitude 22N

Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday August 6, 2022 at 11 am

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday August 6, 2022 at 11 am

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Upcoming exhibition at Tai Ping, Hong Kong


Latitude 22N in Gafencu

Latitude 22N is part of a wonderful article on 3 Hong Kong artists reinterpreting traditional ceramics. Read it on Gafencu magazine.

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Saturday December 11, 2021, studio tour at Latitude 22N

Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday December 11, 2021 at 11 am
Saturday December 11, 2021 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday December 11, 2021 at 11 am
Saturday December 11, 2021 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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June 5 2021, studio tour at Latitude 22N

Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday June 5, 2021 at 11 am
Saturday June 5, 2021 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday June 5, 2021 at 11 am
Saturday June 5, 2021 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Upcoming exhibition at the Pulse, Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Mixed Colours: rebirth, an exhibition put together in the benefit of Children of the Mekong. 

MIX COLOURS: REBIRTH is a cross-cultural art exhibition featuring 22 international artists and curated by Marie-Florence Gros (La Galerie Paris 1839) and Christel Villepelet.

MIX COLOURS: REBIRTH is a burst of colours to celebrate the energy of life, the power of diversity and natural beauty, and to highlight the links between cultures.

Wrecked on our island, or stuck elsewhere, forbidden to travel, we have cherished even more the vivid beauty around us. While pollution, globalization, threaten to fade the world’s colours and contrasts, while unexpected new threats have changed our perspectives, this exhibition enhances colours as symbols of the natural and cultural diversity to save, the original beauty to admire, the source of rebirth: a positive and energetic sight to create tomorrow’s world.

Date
Opening April 29, 2021
Closing May 3, 2021

Opening Hours
Opening: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Other days: 10:00am to 8:00pm

Venue
Level 3, East Wing, The Pulse, Repulse Bay

Free admission and open to public

About Mixed Colours: Rebirth

Latitude 22N in Bo Bedre

Latitude 22N is delighted to see their S.M.L. porcelain candleholder collection in a feature of Dorthe Topp’s home for the magazine Bo Bedre in Denmark.


Upcoming studio tours at Latitude 22N

Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday December 12 at 11 am
Saturday December 12 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

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Behind the scenes at Latitude 22N

Studio tours 
Saturday December 12 at 11 am
Saturday December 12 at 2:30 pm

Where
Unit 16B, Man Foong Industrial Building, 7 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan

RSVP here

Making of S.M.L candleholders

S.M.L. in the making

Behind the scenes


Making a Song plate


Onion jam


Latitude 22N in Home Journal

Latitude 22N is part of a wonderful feature by Cherry Lai on dynamic duo’s in Hong Kong’s Home Journal. A special for Valentine’s day.

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Latitude 22N in the South China Morning Post

Latitude 22N featured in the South China Morning Post Lifestyle section with an amazing interview with writer Suji Owen for about our latest work in the exhibition Refined Touch at 7 Mallory Street in Wan Chai.

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Latitude 22N in The Style Sheet

Latitude 22N featured in The Style Sheet for Pacific Place online magazine.

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Latitude 22N in the China Daily

Rebecca Lo writes about Latitude 22N in a feature about Chai Wan.

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Latitude 22N in the Wallpaper City Guide

Wallpaper City Guide for Hong Kong is out and we are very excited to be a part of it !


Latitude 22N in Silkroad Magazine

Mariane Chan writes a wonderful feature on Jingdezhen and the designers as well as artists that work there for the Cathay Dragon inflight magazine, Silkroad.


Exhibition at the Chicago Design Museum - Images

For the last edition of Confluence • 20+ we unveiled our their latest experimental porcelain projects called “Déshabillé” and “Clay Bodies”. The pieces were made for the show and under the label Julie & Jesse.

We also created an interactive installation transforming part of the display into a live ceramic studio in which we produced a unique edition of our Fragment(s) project, casting discarded moulds brought directly from the factories of Jingdezhen, China.

The exhibition ran from the 13th of October to the 4th of November 2017 at the Chicago Design Museum. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Julie Progin


Latitude 22N in the Financial Times

Adrian Cheng, art patron and entrepreneur, rounds off his list of likes with Ethiopian coffee, imperfect ceramics and the dapper style of Leonard Cohen.

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Latitude 22N in Design Perspectives, Taiwan

A wonderful article on Latitude 22N and Julie & Jesse in Design Perspectives, Taiwan.

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latitude 22N in Discovery Magazine, Hong Kong

Discovery writes about the Hong Kong Design Center’s show Confluence 20. + happening at the Chicago Design Museum October 14 to November 4 2017.


Upcoming exhibition at the Chicago Design Museum

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.
“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

Date
14 October – 5 November

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday: noon-7:00pm
Sunday and Monday closed

Venue
3/F Block Thirty Seven,
108 North State Street,
Chicago, IL 60602

Free admission and open to public.

About Confluence • 20+

Upcoming exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul - Images

Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, co-founders of Latitude 22N unveiled their latest experimental porcelains project at the Hong Kong Design Centre’s Confluence • 20+ exhibition, a celebration of design talents and creative ecologies of Hong Kong. The pieces were made for the show and under the label Julie & Jesse. The exhibition ran from the 26 of August to 16 of September 2017 at DDP, Seoul. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Candice Yau, Amy Chow, Lee Chi Wing & Hong Kong Design Centre


Upcoming exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.
“Confluence • 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ isa multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence • 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.
Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.  

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

Date
26 of August to 16 of September 2017

Venue
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul, South Korea

Free admission and open to public.

About Confluence • 20+

latitude 22N in Monocle, UK

A wonderful article on Latitude 22N in Monocle.
Photography by Amanda Kho and text by James Chambers.


Latitude 22N in RTHK radio, Hong Kong

Latitude 22N on RTHK Radio, 1 2 3 Show, June 19 2017, Hong Kong.
“We’re only a couple of weeks away from marking 20 years since Britain handed Hong Kong over to China, and as you know there are plenty of events taking place to celebrate. One such event is the Confluence 20+ art exhibition which is on at Hong Kong City Hall at the moment. Artists Julie Progin and Jesse Mc Lin will be here to tell you about their involvement in the show just after 2pm.”

Listen to the show here

Exhibition at City Hall, Hong Kong - Images

Julie Progin & Jesse Mc Lin, co-founders of Latitude 22N unveiled their latest experimental porcelain project called “Irony” at the Hong Kong Design Centre’s Confluence • 20+ exhibition, a celebration of design talents and creative ecologies of Hong Kong. The pieces were made for the show and under the label Julie & Jesse. The exhibition runs from the 6th to the 28th of June 2017 at City Hall, Hong Kong. Here are a few images of the show.

Photo Credit: Marc Progin, Julie Progin & Hong Kong Design Centre


Latitude 22N in Zolima Citymag, Hong Kong

A wonderful article on the HK edition of Confluence . 20+ show happening all month of June at City Hall, Hong Kong.
Text by Catherine Shaw.

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Latitude 22N in Ming Pao Weekly, Hong Kong

A wonderful article on Confluence 20+ exhibition happening at City Hall, Hong Kong in Ming Pao Weekly.

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Upcoming exhibition at City Hall, Hong Kong

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.

“Confluence• 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence• 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence• 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence • 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition series is a homage to Hong Kong’s design heritage roots and will sojourn in Milan, Hong Kong, Seoul and Chicago.

Date
6-28 of June 2017

Opening Hours
10:00 am to 8:00 pm daily

Venue
Lower Block, 1/F, Exhibition Hall, City Hall, Hong Kong

Free admission and open to public.

About Confluence • 20+

Latitude 22N in Ming Pao Weekly, Hong Kong

A wonderful article on Latitude 22N in Ming Pao Weekly.

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Latitude 22N in Tiger Tales, Singapore

Anjali Nihalchand, founder of Pollination Projects shares her favorite spots in Hong Kong in Tiger Tales, Tiger air’s inflight magazine. Latitude 22N is one of her Hong Kong picks. Thanks !


Latitude 22N in Crave Magazine, Hong Kong

Spotted our The Night Market set of six bowls and their fun illustrations in Crave Magazine’s May issue.
Thank you Crave Magazine for picking out these fun bowls.


Latitude 22N in Zolima Citymag, Hong Kong

A wonderful article on Latitude 22N x Moonzen Brewery collaboration in Zolima.
Text by Helen Dalley.

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Latitude 22N in Wonder Magazine, Hong Kong

A wonderful article on Latitude 22N and Julie & Jesse in Wonder Magazine.
Thank you Amanda !

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Latitude 22N in the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

A wonderful article featuring our Fragment(s) vases. Catherine Shaw writes about the Hong Kong Design Center’s show called Confluence 20. + that happened during Salone del Mobile 2017 at La Triennale di Milano.

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Exhibition at La Triennale Di Milano - Images

Last April we were in Milan to exhibit our Fragment(s) project at the internationally celebrated Salone del Mobile 2017. Our vases were part of the Hong Kong Design Centre’s Confluence• 20+ show, a celebration of the best design talents and creative ecologies of Hong Kong. Here are a few images of the exhibition that took place at La Triennale di Milano.

Photo Credit: Hong Kong Design Centre


Upcoming exhibition at La Triennale Di Milano

We are proud to be a part of Confluence • 20+, a design exhibition curated by Amy Chow.
“Confluence• 20+” is a multidisciplinary exhibition that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. The show presents inspiring collaborative projects by the best design talents in Hong Kong, a city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergies.

Presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre, Confluence • 20+ is a multidisciplinary exhibition series that offers a perspective on Hong Kong’s creative ecologies. As the third edition of an ongoing exhibition series, Confluence• 20+ is a stage for creative collisions. The show presents twenty truly inspiring collaborative design projects by Hong Kong’s best design talents, lending insights into the co-evolving ecosystems of the city where east and west, tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and technology synergise.

Living in an ever-reinventing and culturally diverse metropolis, the creative minds in Hong Kong have never been restrained by the city’s confining urban space. Through continual collaboration with global practitioners, they add value to materials and objects, leveraging cultural influences and resources from China, Asia and beyond. The exhibits in Confluence • 20+ are coalescences of cross-boundary interactions and intertwining relationships. Deep inside the crux of every single piece is a community woven across socioeconomic and cultural silos.

Confluence• 20+ is a visual feast of creative works showcasing Hong Kong designers’ ingenuity in crossing boundaries: East, West, Heritage, Craftsmanship, Artistry, Urban Living, and Experiential Innovation. It is an exclusive visual adventure into Hong Kong’s vibrant creative ecologies that both insiders and public audience must not miss.

Participating designers: Nicol Boyd & Tomas Rosén, Alan Chan, Samuel Chan, Gary Chang, Lu Lu Cheung & Otto Tang, Chiu Kwong Chiu, C.L. Lam, Freeman Lau, James Law, Lee Chi Wing, Lo Chi Wing, Lo Kai Yin, Lo Sing Chin, Sharon de Lyster, Jesse Mclin & Julie Progin, Elaine Yan Ling Ng, Kingsley Ng, Sammy Or, Stanley Wong.

The Hong Kong Design Center is a government-funded non-profit organization celebrating design excellence. The institution champions the creation of business values and community benefits through design. This latest exhibition serie