MAY 25, 2018

Visit LANDMARK this June for hands-on experiences and new inspiration.

Artist in Residence Nadia Flower scribbles fresh new ideas

In “A Year of Something New,” New Zealand artist Nadia Flower will perform her fascinating scribbles live during a five-day pop up on 2/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM. Running from 5 to 9 June, the interactive event invites guests to visit Nadia in person and watch her work; customers who spend HK$3,000 or more on any item at LANDMARK will get to meet Nadia and have the item personalised with initials or a choice of three out of 20 patterns — all of which were designed by Nadia exclusively for LANDMARK.

Customisation pop up runs from 5-9 June, 2018. Admission on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Opening Hours: 12:30nn - 3pm; 4:30pm - 7pm

William Amor redefines beauty with his upcycled floral art

This June, LANDMARK will welcome artist in residence William Amor. Inspired by his love for the environmental, France-based artist William Amor handcrafts bespoke floral installations made with plastic bags, paper, and other discarded materials. 

“At LANDMARK, I will create an installation adorning the central fountain with elements made of recycled materials gathered from the mall’s boutiques,” says William.

Like all of his work, William hopes the LANDMARK installation will raise awareness about the environment. “My artistic bias is to transform common materials into noble creations in order to give them a second life and send a positive message about sustainability and the preservation of nature,” says William. “In pooling our efforts, we can gather waste and change it into something beautiful, poetic, meaningful.”

The exhibition isn’t just beautiful. Visitors will also be invited to participate in DIY workshops, where they’ll learn to design flowers using upcycled plastic elements. “I will conduct the workshops showing people how to use the materials and create plastic flowers,” says William. “It is a way to express everyone’s identity through creation, like a collaboration that would build a social and artistic climate.”

Exhibition runs from 11-20 June, 2018