Brian Lee Lamb Interactive playful lamp
Lamb Interactive playful lamp is Bronze Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Award Category.
Lamb Interactive playful lamp

This research project explores how interactive product and prototyping facilitate addiction counselling services in Hong Kong. Based on the family functioning and gamification theory, a mobile charging play platform is created to enhance parent and adolescent interactivity through specifically designed games mitigating excessive mobile use of adolescents. The tangible collective play experience not only enables emotional connectivity between parents and adolescents, but also enable them to relive joyful memories of family activities before the problem of excessive mobile use had arisen.

Lamb Interactive playful lamp
Brian Lee Lamb
Brian Lee Interactive playful lamp
Brian Lee design
Brian Lee design
Brian Lee

Brian Lee, studied Industrial Design at School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, is interested in questioning and exploring conceptualisation, interaction and representation of better living by means of product, furniture & spatial design. He attempts to blend cultural value, craftsmanship and real life’s constraint into design which aims at enabling the societal and natural environment for most stakeholders who could have new insight and appreciation to both materials world and sustainable living. In 2002, Brian found JOINEUR with with Denise Chan and other partners which becomes a renowned contemporary furniture retail chain store implementing traditional Chinese wooden joints technique, Chinese aesthetic and contemporary lifestyle into furniture industry in Hong Kong and China. Recently they are also active in promoting design thinking and indigenous craftsmanship, and initiating various social innovation projects and workshops for local communities. Meanwhile, they curates multiple community art and public design projects commissioned by local government.

Integrated Centre on Addiction Prevention and Treatment of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals in Hong Kong

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Integrated Centre on Addiction Prevention and Treatment (ICAPT), which was funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and launched in October 2012, aims to provide professional treatment services for multiple expressions of addictions and comorbid mental health disorders to the general public. To optimize the treatment outcomes, ICAPT has recruited a multi-disciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists, social workers, a clinical psychologist and a psychiatric nurse in order to provide a one-stop comprehensive assessment and treatment program including hotline counseling, individual and family counseling, health assessment and psychological and psychiatric assessment and treatment.