Posts Tagged ‘hong kong’

GYUTA BBQ restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

February 17th, 2018

An iconic black and yellow graffiti wall is the main point of attraction in the space as it reflects the design inspiration. Combining a classic black and white checkered tile floor and warm honey tone timber floor give friendly, warmth and retro ambience.

NOC Coffee Co. by Studio Adjective, Hong Kong

February 9th, 2018

The design is therefore constrained and as well motivated by both the dynamic present and the unpredictable prospects. The strategy of internalizing scenery, not only establishes a defensive gesture against the unfavorable surrounding conditions but also turns the saturated inner space into part of the landscape.

Nha Trang Canteen by Editecture, Hong Kong

February 5th, 2018

Vibrant, energetic interior decorated in shades of blue and orange appeals to a target audience of young families and teenagers. As they journey deeper into the store, an open kitchen occupies the left while an array of tables sit on the right side, showcasing a dynamic cooking scene.

Porker bar & restaurant by Studio C8, Hong Kong

January 25th, 2018

The overall interior scheme combines a stylish element and the warmth of wood to create a cozy place, which has a fashionable and causal ambience. A special feature in the space is the wall decoration, which has been selected a characteristic wall covering to reflect the name of the bar “Porker”.

Hotel Ease Access by ARTTA Concept Studio, Kwai Chung – Hong Kong

January 22nd, 2018

The concept is to bring in different elements such as concrete, wood and matte – with less reflection so that the rooms would have a balanced and comfortable atmosphere.

Slow Cook Fast Food Restaurant by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

January 22nd, 2018

The brief asks for a neutral dining environment where the diners can focus on the “slow cook fast food” the restaurant serves, and therefore the design only defines the fundamental spatial forms of the interior intending for an undisturbed dining experience.

Hermès store by Rdai, Hong Kong

January 19th, 2018

The boutique has been given a striking façade that’s inspired by bamboo scaffolding con­struction techniques, comprising of no less than eight kilomtres of copper-coloured anodised aluminium tubes aligned to form a mantle with kinetic effects.

Barrister’s Chamber at the Landmark by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

January 15th, 2018

Together with the varying modules in the shelves and walls, they create reverberating rhythms to articulate a series of blank canvases for displaying the user’s collection of furniture, books, paintings and the like.

Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

January 11th, 2018

Takumi by Daisuke Mori restaurant by Mas Studio Ltd., Hong Kong

338 Quien’s Road office by Beige Design Ltd, Hong Kong

December 13th, 2017

Throughout the office, a classic British style prevails, however a modern twist has been added thanks to the use of a wide range of rich materials such as marble, wood, glass and metal. Classic chevron wooden flooring lies underfoot, blending into the wall, while the colour scheme revolves around light wood, creating a sense of harmony and warmth.

The Fleming Hotel by A Work of Substance, Hong Kong

December 5th, 2017

The Star Ferry, a unique and elegant icon of Hong Kong’s past and present, became the foundation for every design detail, including the custom designed furniture and lighting. Nostalgia is further evoked by colours and scents: Carmine reds and bottle greens — hues seen on the hull of Hong Kong’s ferries, fishing boats, delivery trucks, and temples —and apothecary-inspired toiletries and custom aroma of sandalwood and amber notes, to deliver an authentic sense of place.

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.

AIGLE opens all-new Concept Store at ifcMall, Hong Kong

November 29th, 2017

Designers meticulously combined simplistic decorations, a modern and stylish beige design, and with embedding the AIGLE’s exclusive patterned ceramic tiles from the flooring, to the wall design, and also the exterior wall in metal cutting materials as embellishments at the façade.

MacDonnell Road Hotel by Hands Hospitality Limited, Hong Kong

November 15th, 2017

The new design brief calls for a modern French inspired residential design that is elegant, contemporary and timeless. Due to tight budget, the original marble floor was retained, limiting the choice of color scheme for the new design.

Hotel Ease of ARTTA Concept Studio, Tsuen Wan – Hong Kong

November 1st, 2017

Hotel Ease explores an Art Deco theme, a movement that has a distinguished style of simple and clean lines with bold geometric forms. This can be seen on the lobby flooring, using black patterned marble arranged in handcrafted planks to create a dynamic look.

The Fleming Hotel renewal, Hong Kong

October 31st, 2017

The duo collaborated with creative multitasker Maxime Dautresme of agency A Work of Substance, and defined a design vocabulary that could be best described as a balanced mix of the neighbourhood’s industrial background and the city’s maritime legacy.

牛八/GYUHACHI restaurant by STUDIO C8, Hong Kong

October 30th, 2017

The design team took inspiration from the general image of Japanese-style design such as Japanese modern. They aimed to evoke the Japanese taste in a cool and stylish space. Simple, minimum and warmful Japanism, which is the design concept of Gyuhachi.

Dealogic Office by M Moser Associates, Hong Kong

October 20th, 2017

Sustainability, staff health and wellness are core priorities for the space. The new office maximises natural light and offers height adjustable workstations, natural greenery, energy-saving lighting, healthy foods, rigorous air quality monitoring and exercise stations.

Clinique store by Mapos, Hong Kong

October 18th, 2017

Inspiration for the furniture and pastel tone was taken from the mid-century era from which the brand first sprang. The point of sale, inspired by the clean art supply and magazine archive desk from editors offices, became an opportunity to express the heritage of the brand.

BOY London Store by Sixcorners Studio, Hong Kong

October 7th, 2017

Orchestrated by various materials like manually-applied concrete-textured paint (a technology empowered by LOTOS Taiwan) gradually composing a symphony of geometric elements was the key to the whole design idea. Perhaps no one locally constituted such a rebel and flipped-over design really, and so we baldly did it.