Our Core Values


"Upcycling" advocates a meaning of waste reducing. Emphasizes on improving existing models of recycling, i.e. design, produce & sales, and thus introduces a broader meaning of quality of life to the society.


The first one-stop eco-creative hub in HK collaborated by designers, members and corporates. Our cooperation with other sheltered workshop brings insights to the sectors to breakthrough the traditional model and enhance service.


Promoting Upcycling would be the main objective of UPCC. By hosting public educational events, we aim at extending our services to different levels of the community to create synergy and deepen impact on public.


We are committed to an eco-creative platform. Enable local designers and our members to demonstrate their creation, thereby enhance personal brand.  A VR game will be introduced for better understanding upcycling.


Corporates Donation

Sales and marketing of upcycling products also builds a positive brand image to enterprises involved. Corporate Social responsibility is elevated from merely as a form of funding to love and care for the society by reducing wastage and introducing more people with disabilities to social inclusion. 

Public Interaction

Besides opening our design studio and production house to public, Upcycling Centre also provides outreach educational service to schools, elderly care centre, child and youth service centre, integrated family service centre etc. Workshops and pop up stores serve as a platform for the public to be engaged in upcycling process and waste reduction as well as social inclusion for people with disabilities.

Members Capability

The involvement of people with disabilities brings “Upcycling” a true upthrust. It means much more than just job vacancies for social inclusion. They bring new life to recycled materials by showing their abilities and in turn re-position themselves as contributors to the society.

Designers Creativity

Upcycling Centre cultivates a new concept of design. Throughout the design process, our designers work with the people with disabilities closely - not only on production but also collect their feedback and suggestions, so that the final products reveal talents and creativity of people with disabilities.