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The Artist House with Aqua Farm is a multipurpose space to explore craft beers through co-creation and experiences. It has the first farm-to-glass concept in Hong Kong. The in-house aqua farm provides most of the ingredients for their food and drinks. It helps to lower the carbon footprint by lowering the traffic distance, reducing water and fertilizer consumption by 90%. The farm allows customers to co-create their own food and drink.

By exploring the five senses, people get to touch, see, hear, smell and taste the process of beer making. The design of The Artist House is cultural, sustainable and flexible. The form of the Artist House comes from the Belgian barn where the craft beer is made. Rather than replicating the farm, we slice them into thinner portals to fit into a challenging setting in Hong Kong. Each portal represents one sense that The Artist co-creates with their partners.

The space majorly used reclaimed materials on wall and furniture to reduce its carbon footprint. The mechanical equipment is carefully positioned to reduce operational cost and energy consumption. The use of movable furniture, customized storage, and creative lighting helps to increase the flexibility of the space. Co-creators can transform its semi open space to fit up to 100 people.

Designed by Avoid Obvious & TheeAe
Photography by Vicky Chan

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