Anomaly supports creating progress and hosts The Unreasonable at Design Shanghai 2015

Anomaly x Design SH.jpgContinuing their commitment to supporting those who are creating progress, Anomaly presents stories and works from five of Asia's most unreasonable design entrepreneurs at Design Shanghai 2015.

Now in its second year, The Unreasonable is a platform created and owned by Anomaly Shanghai that showcases those who are pushing the boundaries of creativity and commerce across a range of industries. From March 27th to March 30th at the Design Shanghai Design Trail Hall, visitors will be able to explore four Unreasonable Houses that showcase different facets of being unreasonable - from inspiration to motivation, breaking-through to future thinking.
Works and words from Ritchie Chan of Triple Major, Jackson Aw of Mighty Jaxx, Nicole Teng of Brut Cake, Yang Jun of JiuKouShan and Zhang Zhoujie of Zhang Zhoujie Digital Lab will be on display, augmented by a unique audio experience enabled by German brand Sennheiser, supporter of innovative and creative culture.

Aside from the exhibition, Anomaly will also host The Unreasonable seminar on March 29th at 16:15pm, led by Eric Lee, CEO & Partner of Anomaly Shanghai, with Ritchie Chan, Jackson Aw, Nicole Teng and Zhang Zhoujie joining as guest speakers.

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