Kenny Li

GIORMANI joins hands with local designer Kenny Li in launching the most versatile sofa collection ever, called KubeArt. Inspired by the colourful and challenging Magic Cube gadget, it gets rid of the conventional & rectangular one-piece sofa back & seat cushions and replaces them with sponge cubes that carry 6 different colours for the 6 facets! This design offers the ultimate flexibility in mix-and-match or even pattern building, creating truly unique ambiances that can always suit other furniture and perfect for all occasions. KubeArt allows one to freely construct his own dream sofa, for instance, the three-seater with 48 cubes can be arranged into a maximum of 288 combinations! KubeArt is certainly the most personalized, youthful, and tasteful expression of young hearts.

Kenny wishes to chase away the hectic atmosphere and bring nature into homes by rejuvenating the designs of KubeArt sofas with the natural colours and beauty of “four seasons”.  Kenny has designed four colour schemes, named “four seasons”, for KubeArt: Cool for winter forests and solitary rocks; Natural for spring greenery and harmony; Warm for summer blossoms; and Wood for autumn fallen leaves and serenity.   

In addition, KubeArt sofas are not just for functional use. Kenny injected a sense of interactive playfulness into the sofas, turning them into gigantic toys ready to be constructed and reconstructed. Time to turn your home into a playground for fun-loving adults and kids!   

Versatile design promises long-lasting enjoyment for the eyes, whereas the sofa frame and cubes’ easily removable, durable and washable slipcovers also guarantee customer’s the greatest benefit. No wonder KubeArt enters the final round of 2011 Spark Design Awards and widely recognized by the design industry.

Collaborative Designer Profile:

Kenny is a Hong Kong based designer experienced in fashion & graphic designs.  His designs have won various awards from the Hong Kong Designers Association, including HK Best Award, silver award, bronze award, as well as the Good50X70 Best Poster Design award in Milan.  He was invited to represent HK, at the Fashion Visionaries of Shanghai Expo 2010.  He has also showcased his new collection at Tokyo Design Week 2010 and DMY International Design Festival Berlin 2011 organized by the German Design Council.  In 2012, he was selected by ELLE as one of the 10 best upcoming fashion & accessories designers across the globe.

In 2011, he established his own fashion brand FAVE and launched a “collar collection”. Some of his works have been acquired by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum as permanent collection.