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Private Residence at Stubbs Road in Hong Kong by NC Design & Architecture Limited

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

Article source: NC Design & Architecture Limited

Apartment with simulated skylights

An apartment on Stubbs Road is an open and tranquil 2,700 square foot space defined by a 16m long sinuous wood wall, strong axial views lumi-nous ceiling oculi, and special hidden built-in wall features accommodating the specific daily routines of its residents. The residence is structured around a continuous communal area of the living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. The gentle, undulating grey wood wall unifies these spaces, drawing occupants from the narrow interior kitchen area towards the wide living room with its grand vista of the Happy Valley Race course below. The subtle shades of grey; from gun metal grey to light ash, delicately accentuates this progression while also providing a neutral backdrop for the rich colors of the selected modern Scandinavian furniture.

Image Courtesy © Dennis Lo

Image Courtesy © Dennis Lo

  • Architects: NC Design & Architecture Limited 
  • Project: Private Residence at Stubbs Road
  • Location: EvergreenVilla,  Stubbs Road, Mid-levels, Hong Kong
  • Photography: Dennis Lo
  • Interior Design: NC Design & Architecture Ltd (NCDA)
  • Project Designer: Nelson Chow (NCDA)
  • Client: Buick Management Limited

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Lucky Coin in Hong Kong, China by 100architects

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Article source: 100architects

This project is located in Hong Kong, next to the delta of the Pearl River in the public pier of Kowloon, facing Hong Kong Island.

The site is just besides multiple cultural venues such as the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Museum of Arts and the Hong Kong Space Museum among others.

Image Courtesy © 100architects

Image Courtesy © 100architects

  • Architects: 100architects
  • Project: Lucky Coin
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Photoshop, Rhinoceros 5.0

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Babysteps in Hong Kong, China by AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

Article source: AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

BabySteps is new playgroup in the heart of Central district in Hong Kong. Situated on Arbuthnot road, on the 25th floor of the Universal Trade Centre Tower. Created to shape and foster a unique learning experience, Babysteps offers innovative psychological approaches to bring to life each child’s passion for learning.

Image Courtesy © AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

Image Courtesy © AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

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UA Cine Times Cinema in Hong Kong, China by One Plus Partnership Limited

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Article source: One Plus Partnership Limited

The 21st century opens a gateway to the new era of modern technologies and innovations. With the widespread of 3D and even 4D high definition movies available on global market, the old method of filming has gone scarce, if not extinct. When thinking of the theme for this cinema, the designers want to trace back to the roots when film making began. Back in the 19th century, photographers captured continual images and stored them on a single compact reel of film. This ancient object – roll films, was being symbolized all over the cinema, reminding the audience the long forgotten history behind the scene.

Image Courtesy © One Plus Partnership Limited

Image Courtesy © One Plus Partnership Limited

  • Architects: One Plus Partnership Limited
  • Project: UA Cine Times Cinema-Times Square
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Software used: Photoshop, AutoCad

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THE COCONUT LODGE in Hong Kong, China by OVA Studio Ltd

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Article source: OVA Studio Ltd

Harvested from plantations that procure income to millions of people, coconut wood is a sustainable product by excellence. The cycle of coconut production, felling/processing and re-plantation, guaranties a sound renewable supply that doesn’t impact the environment. After being used all their life coconuts, the trees become senile around 60 years old. They can then be cut and used for construction, furniture and decoration, which will constitute a windfall profit for the farmer and an excellent material for sustainable Architecture.

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

  • Architects: OVA Studio Ltd
  • Project: THE COCONUT LODGE
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Software used: Sketchup and Maxwell render

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12 Retail concept store in Hong Kong, China by OVA Studio Ltd

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

Article source: OVA Studio Ltd

The main feature of this retail space lies in the integration of online shopping experience into a physical space.Interactive mirrors can recognize the clothes that are being tried and allow customers to order, view and post on social media websites the content of their purchase.

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

  • Architects: OVA Studio Ltd
  • Project: 12 Retail concept store
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Client: 12 Retail Ltd
  • Architect Assistants: Alice NG, Stephanie Mendoza
  • Architects / Directors: Mr. Slimane Ouahès | Architect DPLG, Mr. Christophe Barthelemy | Architect DPLG

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Tektos concept store in Hong Kong, China by OVA Studio Ltd

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Article source: OVA Studio Ltd

In the last 5 years, Tektos has grown into a leading manufacturer of power & data category products. The strategic locations of Tektos in Hong Kong and Guangdong provide an ideal one stop service hub for securing operational and manufacturing services along with supply chain optimization from Asia

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

Image Courtesy © OVA Studio Ltd

  • Architects: OVA Studio Ltd
  • Project: Tektos concept store
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Software used: Sketchup and Maxwell render
  • Client: Tektos Limited
  • Architects / Directors: Mr. Slimane Ouahès | Architect DPLG
  • Architect Assistants: Alice NG , Stephanie Mendoza

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Mega Box in Hong Kong, China by Girimun Ltd

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Article source: Girimun Ltd

MegaBox is a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in East Kowloon, Hong Kong. This vertical mall is spread into 19 levels with a total area of 110,000 sqm. Our renovation design aims to bring a new fresh look onto the concept of a “big box” of di versified offer, and promote significant changes for a smoother operation and better customer satisfaction. Those are: creation of clear drop-off and pick -up zones, strong and comfortable sense of arrival, implementation of effective digital way-finding and directories signage, improvement of vertical circulation strategy, enhancement of lighting and general ambiance.

Image Courtesy © Girimun Ltd

Image Courtesy © Girimun Ltd

  • Architects: Girimun Ltd
  • Project: Mega Box
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Type: Retail centre renovation
  • Size: 110,000 sqm
  • Client: Kerry Properties
  • Architect Team: Mauro Resnitzky

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Hong Kong Ferry Terminal in China by Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Article source: Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

In continuation of the study of vector based geometries, the Hong Kong Ferry Terminalis a proposal that demonstrates the aesthetics of vector curvatures and natural parameterization. The formulation of forces and arcs give rise to multiplicity in Euclidean geometry around a given set of parameters. Due to the magnitude and direction of layered line segments, the connecting lines generate varied degrees of arcing paths and surfaces, from simple to the complex. The increase in variables may restrict or give rise to excessive deformation in reasoned geometric expression. The intention behind the ferry terminal is to focus the current modes of curved vector tectonics and apply its discourse into the synthesis ofthe body or shell of the building.

Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

Image Courtesy © Michael Arellanes II (MA2)

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Spring in wanchai, hong kong by Joey Ho Design

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Article source: Joey Ho Design

Spring is a newly established learning center for children that eschews the fairytale cliche of its genre: space filled rainbow colours, cartoon characters, toys and stuff, which is often the result of superimposing an adult’s perspective onto the space. For this project, the designer tried to look at the picture from a child’s viewpoint, and concentrate on the learning experience as a whole. The aim is to formulate a space that caters to children’s both physical and psychological needs, and ultimately help them achieve their development and learning potential.

Image Courtesy © Dick Liu

Image Courtesy © Dick Liu

  • Architects: Joey Ho Design
  • Project: Spring
  • Location: Centre Point, 181-185 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
  • Photography: Dick Liu
  • Design team: Noel Chan
  • Branding Design: Eddy Yu & Hung Lam (Co Design Limited)
  • Area: 697 sq. m. (7,500 sq. ft.)
  • Completion (date) : Mar 2013

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