Posts Tagged ‘hong kong’

Jockey Club Life Journey Center by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

January 17th, 2017

Through a 60 minutes innovative and interactive “time tunnel” journey enriched by multi- media exhibits, demonstrations, audio and visual effects, participants are inspired and to create cognitive and affectionate enlightenment in understanding the life journey, in accepting being old and treasure time, in building empathy and respect elderly in the society.

Bosch Galleria by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

January 13th, 2017

Other standout features at the Bosch showroom include the open kitchen. Here, a long dining table serves as a spot for meetings, and for people to watch cooking demonstrations and to look at the appliances, which have been placed at eye level for those who are sitting down.

Joō de Rolls cafe by ARTTA Concept Studio, Hong Kong

January 11th, 2017

The three main colours used are mint green, gold-orange and grey-blue to enhance a sweet and harmonised environment. A touch of rose gold is used around the tables and counter desk to create a posh and luxurious finish.

Uber’s office by Bean Buro, Hong Kong

January 10th, 2017

The 830 sq.m workplace, on the top floor of an existing office building, clearly manifests volumes and functions.
In fact, Bean Buro‘s interpretations of the city waterfront topography and curvy mountains produce a voluptuous dark blue vessel that contains meeting rooms, service areas and private working booths.

Timón restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

January 7th, 2017

The patterned tile in subdued colors was used on the floor at the ground level including the entrance poach to set the casual atmosphere of Spanish bar. On the floor of the first level, we selected antique oak timbers to make the warmth and comfortable feeling.

Simply Italian Restaurant by 5 Star Plus Retail Design, Hong Kong

January 4th, 2017

We created a bright and open environment with the use of abundant natural wood, light colors and patterns that represent Italian traditions. Key features of the space are the open kitchen, where fresh food is prepared in front of the customer, and the bar on the other side. Guests can sit inside or outside at the bar.

VMS Investment Group Headquarters by Aedas Interiors, Hong Kong

January 2nd, 2017

A strong hospitality element was created by positioning their café in the most prominent location at the entrance, providing immediate social connection to clients, visitors and staff. The material palette is a selection of warm and natural materials creating a comfortable and inviting environment, while accent colours, furniture and unique artwork provide the drama and excitement.

Panorama exhibition by Konstantin Grcic, Hong Kong

December 19th, 2016

The first three sections of the exhibition demonstrate how the designer situates his work in the present day, while also shedding light on questions that occupy him, and revealing how he envisions the future of design.

Folli Follie concept store by E23, Hong Kong

December 11th, 2016



The challenge, however, was not simply applying these new experiential elements to one store, but rather, translating them across a wide variety of global points of sale, including Athens, London, Beijing and New York etc. From large flagship stores, to standalone boutiques, to shop-in-shop retail spaces, E23 was tasked with creating a flexible yet coherent design approach.

VMS Investment Group Headquarters by Aedas Interiors, Hong Kong

December 9th, 2016

The material palette is a selection of warm and natural materials creating a comfortable and inviting environment, while accent colours, furniture and unique artwork provide the drama and excitement.

The Work Project Coworking Office by Bean Buro, Hong Kong

December 9th, 2016



Bean Buro completes an unprecedented workplace consisting serviced offices and co-working spaces that allows members complete freedom to adjust their office space and duration according to their evolving needs. Office bookings can be made as easy as booking a hotel, for stays as short as one day.

CIAK All Day Italian restaurant by Mas Studio Limited, Hong Kong – China

November 26th, 2016



Vertical wooden planks are utilized to build tree branches radiating from the distinctive wooden tree trunks. It livens up while broadening visual space.

Ralph Lauren store by MNA, Hong Kong

November 22nd, 2016



Ralph Lauren chose to broadcast their distinctly American brand through a distinctly American style that is classic, luxurious and unique.

Japanese-Western restaurant by One Plus Partnership, Hong Kong

November 17th, 2016



Custom-made pink lamps crisscross the ceiling, their zigzagging forms an abstract reference to the effect of enlarging pixels multiple times. The motif also reflects the connective and globe-spanning nature of social media.

Bloomberg Offices by Neri&Hu, Hong Kong

November 9th, 2016

Upon closer interaction with the millwork, hidden bespoke details are revealed to the user within these seating niches – small wood and bronze panels fold out to reveal charging ports, mirrors, and functional ledges where a cup of coffee or cell phone may be placed – unexpected details in support of the ordinary rituals of daily office life.

Ami store by Studio Ko, Hong Kong

October 26th, 2016

Following last year’s opening of a boutique in Tokyo, the designer has now struck a collab with luxury retailer i.t to set up shop in Hong Kong.

K11 Molecular Marché by AS Design Service & K11, Hong Kong

October 10th, 2016

The hexagonal modular pendant lights resembling molecular structure give an impression of stylish, weightless and stereoscopic, and at the same time resolve the common lighting insufficiency problem found in kiosks.

Joyce store renewal by Paola Navone, Hong Kong

October 6th, 2016

For the renewal of its flagship at the glittering new world tower in Central, Joyce has pulled out all the stops, and we’re pretty sure the redesigned premises will lure back quite a few swashbuckling shoppers. The company tapped Paola Navone to create contemporary settings for its merchandise, and the highly acclaimed Milan-based designer has done so by deploying everyday materials in unusual ways.

Kinetic sculpture for CENTRESTAGE by C7DESIGN Studio, Hong Kong

September 30th, 2016

C7DESIGN was commissioned to support the event with and creative direction for the main hall. To present Hiromichi Ochiai’s future thinking fashion brand Facetasm, we have designed a kinetic sculpture inspired by the movement of bird wings.

Gyujin YOHO restaurant by STUDIO C8 CO, Hong Kong

September 25th, 2016

A key study of this project was the development of its design style to suit for the location environment. It needs to adjust more casual and soft atmosphere for family that is the main targeting customer at the mall.