Posts Tagged ‘causeway bay’

AT TWENTY store by VERB + PARA, Causeway Bay – Hong Kong

December 1st, 2017

The design started with a minimal approach that the geometry has been stripped down to it fundamental state. The existing structural frame of the facade have been revealed and preserved, while a new grid works has been implemented at the interior to define different zones.

Isabel Marant store by Ciguë, Hong Kong

September 3rd, 2013

Wooden lattice panels – with various cut-outs for built-in clothing racks – are added to playfully create depth. These are matched by small display tables in the same material, and a concrete floor with a subtly crackled surface adds a sophisticated touch.

Gourmet retail interior by HEAD Architecture, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2012

This 15,000 square foot foodhall is situated in the basement of Causeway Bay’s high end Lee Garden fashion district. Our design fully utilises the dramatic impact of a five storey sunlit atrium which rises above the central part of the foodhall.

Leighton store, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2012

Hong Kong’s vibrant Causeway Bay district welcomes Leighton, a new marquee stop in one of the world’s most important shopping districts. Providing inspiration and retail to a progressive and cutting-edge demographic, the lifestyle initiative encompasses a careful selection of fashion, lifestyle and food.

Shine store by NC Design, Hong Kong

December 14th, 2011

Shine is one of Hong Kong’s most renowned high end multi-brand fashion stores, known for bringing pioneering foreign brands to the trend conscious locals. For the second shop located in the high traffic youth-oriented shopping district of Causeway Bay, the owner specifically requested for NC Design & Architecture Ltd (NCDA) to produce a design that would reinforce the company’s identity as an avant-garde and experimental fashion store.

Shine flagship store by LEAD design, NC Design, Hong Kong

September 29th, 2011

The Shine Flagship Fashion Store in Causeway Bay showcases how an architectural reinterpretation of contemporary textile patterns & accessories can be seamlessly integrated into fashion retail, creating a fascinating yet highly functional contemporary store.