Hong Kong articles

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800 employees, 5,700 m2, one space: how Bean Buro developed a flexible headquarters for L’Oreal

Hong Kong – The practice explored innovative workspace solutions for the company’s Asia Pacific base in Hong Kong, taking inspiration from the streets of Paris and traditional …

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This restaurant group’s agile workspace in Hong Kong incorporates ‘front-of-house’ spaces

Hong Kong – Bean Buro designed an ‘agile, sociable and paperless’ work environment for Jardine Restaurant Group in Hong Kong. 

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Why Deliveroo is moving its food delivery services from the underbelly to the high street

Hong Kong – Global leader in the emerging field of delivery-only kitchen space, Deliveroo is shaking off unsettling scenes of ‘dark kitchens’ and bringing its concept out into the …

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The COVID-19 crisis makes a case for the reimagined learning space

Hong Kong – Designed by Atelier Nuno Architects, the Learning Commons at HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine capitalizes the benefits of physical classrooms.

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Residential showrooms can be impersonal and uninspiring. Not this one

Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong – Studio Bean Buro took an empathetic and personable approach to a commercial showroom project for a Hong Kong developer.

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Think upcycling in fashion is just about garments? This store will prove you wrong

Hong Kong – For the interiors of The Fashion Door, a store in Hong Kong's K11 Musea, Leaping Creative fleshed out a concept that centres on one of southern China’s largest recycling …

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Looking for a mean meal? A noodle restaurant in Hong Kong has you covered

Hong Kong – In Hong Kong, Southeast Asian restaurant Mean Noodles - designed by OpenUU - incorporates the Malaysian batik into its interior design.

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Is food still the great equalizer? An exhibition in Hong Kong celebrates lunchtime

Hong Kong – Commissioned by the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage Arts and designed by Ado Culture, Let’s Do Lunch explores the lunching rituals of Hong Kongers.

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Retail Trends 2019: The Post-Screen Premium

While e-commerce will always be king, online businesses are discovering that there are aspects of brand building that are impossible to achieve without a physical footprint.

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To design for the future, think multicultural

Hong Kong – Russian studio Sundukovy Sisters designs a Greek-themed restaurant in Hong Kong where cultural interplays abound.

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A sunglass boutique shows how designers can use light as material

Hong Kong – A Work of Substance plays with illumination in Khromis, a Hong Kong sunglass boutique. 

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Aesop’s new Hong Kong location is more about respect for the locale than innovation

Hong Kong – March Studio’s 17th store for the Australian skincare company minds the needs of target consumers and shows confidence in the local market.

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