Each week, our editors bring you a round-up of selected products, events, exhibitions, and anything else of interest to the design lover.

State of the Art

Pacita Abad, L.A Liberty, courtesy of Silverlens Galleries and Frieze London

Among the highlights on the international art calendar, Frieze London returns to Regent’s Park from October 3 to 6, bringing together 160 galleries from 36 countries. Contemporary works by some 1,000 artists are handpicked by a new roster of curatorial talent – including Hong Kong’s very own Cosmin Costinas, the executive director and curator of Para Site, who conceived the fair’s new themed section Woven, spotlighting eight international artists who employ textiles, weaving and tapestry. 

Find out more at frieze.com

Wine and Dine

The Kronos kitchen by Italian brand A3KVE merges technical elements with lightweight materials. Doors feature a titanium painted aluminium frame with a laminate, HPL, Fenix-NTM, wood, glass or Laminam panel and integrated grip handle.

Find out more at arredo3.com

Modern Craftsmanship

Lifestyle and premium tech accessories brand Native Union introduces the new Marquetry edition of its bestselling wireless chargers Drop and Dock. Each is crafted using three individual pieces of genuine Italian leather in complementary shades and distinct textures, resulting in a unique design statement for any home or workspace that will age beautifully over time.  

Find out more at Native Union

A Feast For The Eyes

Patata Kitchen specialises in creating beautifully finished kitchens by using surfaces, fixtures and fittings from top-quality, international brands. Handle-free cabinetry and overhead cabinets bring convenience and ease to its contemporary styled kitchens.

Find out more at patata.com.hk

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