Inspired by a Yoshokuya, the design scheme holds a warm and nostalgic feeling at that time. The overall interior style of Yoshokuya is influenced by European cafe in the late 19th century. We created the space that was based on the style of Yoshokuya with contemporary accents.
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SLEEEP®– the new capsule hotel concept by homegrown spatial product developer Space is Ltd., provides high quality, eco-friendly sleeping environments for clients on an hourly or nightly basis from their pilot location on 242 Queens Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, halfway along a staircase between Queen’s Road Central and Gough Street.
A new set of vintage display tables was introduced to fill the floor space, attaching with low displaying units such as trunks and antique small tables for a dual display system. The iconic grayish mosaic is used in this shop in combination with the dark walnut wooden flooring in order to create the different zoning.
Being a big fan of cooking and eating, Clifton has devoted his culinary passion when designing the space. With the design brief to develop a brand new trend in food & beverage industry and inspired by the linear pattern of the spaghetti 360° logo, the brand new restaurant image capitalizes on the iconic linear pattern, to create a visually astounding façade and interior.
Located in Central, the Q9 Orthopaedic & Spine Centre aims not only to help clients identify the root cause of their physical discomfort, but also provide a comfortable environment for patients to relax. As such, in coming up with the design vision, Clifton Leung Design Workshop broke free from the traditional and generic clinic design, which gives off a cold and impersonal atmosphere.
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.
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.