DFA HKYDTA List: Cycling Piano (2021) & Rice Bell (2017) by Cheung Wai Chun Kevin

Fitted out with a vintage upright, the Cycling Piano pedals around the Art Park sharing free live music and a fresh perspective on sustainable design.

Cycling Piano (2021) – Fitted out with a vintage upright, the Cycling Piano pedals around the Art Park sharing free live music and a fresh perspective on sustainable design. Rice Bell (2017) – A bicycle bell made out of a wasted rice cooker bowl, which is a common waste from Asian household appliances.

Cheung Wai Chun Kevin

DFA Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award 2021 Awardee

Graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a major in Product Design. Kevin devotes himself in developing upcycling products and raising the public’s eco-awareness. At the same time, he believes that designers have the ability and obligation to protect the environment in order to sustain the balance between the eco-system, economy and society. He is good at turning the waste into attractive and durable artworks and products.

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