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Geometric Structure

KnitWarm X Dai Pai Dong Stool

Honoured to be part of the Dai Pai Dong Stool Exhibition, 

organised by Goods of Desire

🗓️:7/27 ~ 8/31


📍:the GOD store on 6 D'Aguilar Street


The opening party: July 27th from 6-8pm for a night of celebration and creativity, and discover the stunning designs on display at this unique exhibition.

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reinvented furniture
by smart textile

Rediscover the geometric patterns that were commonly seen in home decor during the 1960s and 1970s. We have reinvented furniture textile design by incorporating Hong Kong's patented heat-conductive smart textile technology, bringing back the warmth of memories. Through the synergy of textile technology and creative design, our KnitWarm stool cover transforms a cold and rigid stool into a cozy seat. Simply slip on the KnitWarm patented one-piece fabric, connected to a portable power bank. Within 30 seconds, the single-layer material warms up, enveloping you in a gentle warmth reminiscent of morning sunlight. Whether at a bustling street food stall or in the comfort of your home, our KnitWarm stool cover creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, evoking cherished memories. 


Beyond the presentation of warmth through technology, you can also personalize your preferred temperature settings through KnitWarm mobile app

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Introducing creative intelligence beyond warmth

The hip joint connects the legs and the torso, being one of the largest joints in the human body. It bears the weight of the body and enables leg movements. Hip joint pain can significantly impact daily activities such as walking, bending over, sitting, or standing, and affect lower limb functions.


Approximately 30-40% of adult sports enthusiasts and 12-15% of individuals over 60 years old experience chronic hip joint pain.


One method to maintain hip joint health is heat therapy, which helps relax the tissues surrounding the hip joint, promotes blood circulation, and facilitates the supply of nutrients and oxygen to the affected area, aiding in recovery and symptom relief.


Additionally, traditional Chinese medicine suggests that applying heat to the 'Huan Tiao' acupuncture point can promote muscle relaxation, alleviate muscle tension and stiffness, activate meridians, and balance yin and yang, contributing to the relief of hip and sacrum-related pain.


While self-care practices are important, it is recommended to consult healthcare professionals to obtain personalized advice.

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