An exclusive offer only at Nan Fung Place:
Kind Kitchen by Green Common launches the new “Filet-No-Fish Delight”
Event program proffers the stylistic elegance of Le French May:
The “Le French Design, so Starck, so Bouroullec…” exhibition
(Hong Kong – June 4, 2019) Hong Kong exudes a touch of elegance and uniqueness this summer as Nan Fung Place presents “Design Within Reach” throughout June. The campaign introduces the“Le French Design, so Starck, so Bouroullec…” exhibition under Le French May in Hong Kong, and allows guests to enjoy the artisanal decadence of the French new leisure experience. Kind Kitchen by Green Common at Nan Fung Place also marks the occasion with the launch of a new dish to excite taste buds for the beginning of summer, while local artists have contributed artwork concepts built upon the new food movement.
Nan Fung Place Exclusive：“Filet-No-Fish Delight” by Kind Kitchen
Kind Kitchen by Green Common will exclusively offer the new “Filet-No-Fish Delight”in Nan Fung Place, which brings together the venue’s own insight into the future food movement. Kind Kitchen has always focused on integrating “subversive taste” to healthy dishes made from sustainable plant-based ingredients. Following the launches of low-carbon, healthy and delicious Foodtech ingredients, such as Beyond Burger, Beyond Sausage and Omnipork.
Kind Kitchen decided to develop a fresh sauce to add pangs of coolness to the sometimes-muggy HK early summertime period. An exclusive by Kind Kitchen in Nan Fung Place, the exhibition menu offers the crisp-shell bite of vegan bread, Gardein’ fishless fillets with red cabbage on silk cucumber and brushed with homemade tomato sauce and special wasabi-horseradish sauce – a dish to enliven the taste buds for an exciting start to summer! The vegan “Filet-No-Fish Delight” will be served with salad and frites for a combo price of HK $115.
Continuation of simplicity in French style：“Le French Design, so Starck, so Bouroullec…” Exhibition
Nan Fung Place also supports the“Le French Design, so Starck, so Bouroullec…” exhibition co-organized by Le French Design by VIA. The exhibition epitomizes the elegance of French design and illustrates the cultural heritage and creativity of France, as well as the modern continuation of simple French design motifs.
The exhibition is exclusively sponsored by Nan Fung Group and exhibits 40 French boutiques of famous brands and designers at The Annex at Nan Fung Place. Each of the French design expressions contained within are hosted in a tent to symbolize the meeting between history and time, and appointments within reflect deeply on the French design language. Each tent is a living space, and each value recreates French art de vivre in its materials, lines and finish. Visitors are free to move around this place to explore the displays curating 10 different ambiances. Designed to create a dialogue with the visitor, the exhibition is an invitation to immerse oneself in the world of Le French design and savor the unique atmosphere of the exhibition.
|“Le French Design, so Starck, so Bouroullec…” Exhibition Details:|
|Date:||June 5, 2019 – June 28, 2019|
|Opening Hours:||Monday to Friday: 10am – 10pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 7pm
|Location:||The Annex at Nan Fung Place
(Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Rd. C.,Central)
Nan Fung Place supports local creation crossover with local artists who are set to launch featured products
To support local creation and implementation of the “Design Within Reach” ethos, Nan Fung Place invited local illustrators Pearl Law and Onion Peterman to collaborate to design distinctive illustrations for Kind Kitchen by Green Common and Yum Cha. Onion Peterman balanced function and appearance, and reimagined the traditional bamboo steamer whilst Yum Cha itself offers families an experience of summer togetherness.
Pearl Law also designed illustrations for Kind Kitchen by Green Common to celebrate the food revolution happening in Hong Kong currently. Pearl Law’s simple style of paintings depicting the future of plant-based food encourages people to re-think modes of production and consumption of food, as our environment demands as such.
Pearl Law painted a future plant-based experience for Green Common.
Onion Peterman designed a special illustration for Yum Cha, which includes varieties of Dim Sum.