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Vi Cool in Hong Kong by Concrete Architectural Associates

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Article source: Concrete Architectural Associates

A new restaurant of Catalan chef Sergi Arola recently opened its doors in China, at the Harbour City shopping centre in Hong Kong. The renowned chef created the Vi Cool brand in addition to his Michelin star restaurants and his more contemporary restaurant Vi Roses as an expansion to his luxury venues. The new concept was developed as a restaurant where guests including Arola himself and his family and friends can enjoy the authentic Spanish cuisine in a more informal ambiance. Dining Concepts commissioned concrete to design the restaurant.

Image Courtesy © michael perini

  • Architects: Concrete Architectural Associates
  • Project: Vi Cool
  • Location: Hong Kong
  • Photography: michael perini
  • Project team: rob wagemans, ayca dogan, susanne schanz,  femke zumbrink,   erik van dillen.
  • General contractor: alliance engineers  ltd.
  • Fixed furniture: alliance engineers  ltd.
  • Loose furniture: thicas furniture
  • Lighting: wellfound ltd.
  • Metal constructions: alliance engineers  ltd.
  • Total area: 190 m2
  • Date: 19 october 2012

Materials

  • Floor: end grain wood,  black granite
  • Walls: hand-made tiles
  • Cabinets: raw steel
  • Tables: end grain wood, white marble

Dyv-Net Dynamic vertical networks in Tai Po, Hong Kong by JAPA architects

Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Article source: JAPA architects 

Since 2000, China’s cities have expanded at an average rate of 10% annually. Although China’s agricultural output is the largest in the world, only about 15% of its total land area can be cultivated. China’s arable land, which represents 10% of the total arable land in the world, supports over 20% of the world’s population. Of this approximately 1.4 million square kilometers of arable land, only about 1.2% (116,580 square kilometers) permanently supports crops and 525,800 square kilometers are irrigated. The land is divided into approximately 200 million households, with an average land allocation of just 0.65 hectares (1.6 acres)

Image Courtesy © JAPA architects

  • Architects: JAPA architects
  • Project: Dyv-Net Dynamic vertical networks
  • Location: Tai Po, Hong
  • Awards: Citation in the FuturArc Prize 2013
  • Author: JAPA, Javier Ponce Architects, Barcelona-Guatemala
  • The Site: Tai Po District, Hong Kong & other potential cities
  • Strategic rethink of the Asian City: China’s limited space for farming
  • Software used: Rhino, 3ds max and Photoshop

Office Tower and Exhibition Center in Kai Tak, Hong Kong by Michael Arellanes II

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Article source: Michael Arellanes II

The tower and exhibition hall is a proposal for Hong Kong’s Kai Tak development, an airport landing strip that will be reclaimed into the city as a new cultural, business, and residential district. The tower is an expressionof fluid movement that manifests into a series of folds, creases, and a bifurcation of massing creating a dual tower.

Image Courtesy Michael Arellanes II 

  • Architects: Michael Arellanes II
  • Project: Office Tower and Exhibition Center for Hong Kong
  • Location: Kai Tak, Hong Kong
  • Software used: 3D Modeling and rendering: Maya 2013. Alternative Renderings: 3D Studio MAX, Photoshop: Image adjustment, Illustrator: Importing Drawings for PDF. AutoCAD: Drawings

ZCB Zero Carbon Building in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong by Ronald Lu & Partners

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Article source: Ronald Lu & Partners

ZCB, the first Zero-Carbon Building in Hong Kong is developed as a platform for promoting low-carbon living to foster cultural shift, as well as showcase low/zero-carbon design and technologies.

Image Courtesy Ronald Lu and Partners

  • Architects: Ronald Lu & Partners
  • Project: ZCB Zero Carbon Building
  • Location: Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

House 3098 in Lantau Island, Hong Kong by HEAD Architecture

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Article source: HEAD Architecture

When the Hong Kong’s New Territories Exempted House Policy was introduced in 1972, it was intended to improve the standard of housing in rural areas of the New Territories.

Under the policy, every indigenous villager is entitled to apply to build a small house on private land, or on government land at a concessionary premium, within their ancestral village.

Image Courtesy © Graham Uden

  • Architects: HEAD Architecture
  • Project: House 3098
  • Location: Tung Chung, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
  • Photography: Graham Uden
  • Village: Shep Mun Kap Village
  • Area: 700 sqft
  • Completion year: 2012
  • Developer: Oceanic Properties Limited
  • Designer: Mark Panckhurst

Forest Corridor – Highway Noise Barrier in Hong Kong, China by BREAD studio

Saturday, November 24th, 2012

Article source: BREAD studio

BREAD studio’s proposal “Forest Corridor” has won one of the 2nd prizes (Professional Category) in the Open International Competition for Noise Barrier/ Enclosure organized by the Hong Kong Government. The proposal gives an alternative insight to the noise mitigation structure design in the dense urban environment of the city.

The planting pots underneath the highway provide proper soil depth for heavy and low maintenance plantings.

  • Architects: BREAD studio
  • Project: Forest Corridor – Highway Noise Barrier
  • Location: Hong Kong SAR, China
  • Client: Hong Kong Government
  • Function: Infrastructure (highway noise mitigation)
  • Design Period: 2012
  • Project Area: 3 km in length

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Altaya Etc Wine Shops in Hong Kong, China by Kokaistudios

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

Article source: Kokaistudios

Kokaistudios designed the two thematic Etc Wine Shops, a new brand created by high end wine distributor Altaya in Hong Kong, China. The intent of the brand is to create an innovative way to support wine culture in Asia where the fast rising interest in wine has led to a proliferation of wine retailers characterized by very traditional cliché designs.

Image Courtesy © Etc, New & Old Studios

  • Architects: Kokaistudios
  • Project: Altaya Etc Wine Shops
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Designed by: Kokaistudios
  • Interior: Filippo Gabbiani, Zoe Lee, Mark Shen, David Liu
  • Client: Altaya Wines Limited
  • Area: 240 sqm
  • Completion: May, 2012
  • Photograph: Etc, New & Old Studios,

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Great Foodhall in Pacific Place, Hong Kong by HEAD Architecture

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Article source: HEAD Architecture

An updated branding identity based around the original Great logo has been applied. Using subtly humorous black & white photography to elevate the shopping experience beyond mere food retail, customers are encouraged to re-examine the role and meaning of food in their lives.

Image Courtesy Mark Panckhurst

  •  Architects:  HEAD Architecture
  • Project: Great Foodhall
  • Location: Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong
  • Designer: Mike Atkin, Mark Panckhurst, Robert Weller
  •  Size: 15,000 square feet
  •  Photographer: Mark Panckhurst
  • Graphic Design: Kactus Design Ltd

Image Courtesy Mark Panckhurst

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EcoG Retail Shop – Hong Kong by Andy Tong

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Article source: Andy Tong

EcoG’s aim is to promote the usage of safe, eco-friendly and effective natural health care products, and designer Andy Tong has taken the first step to realize it by creating a naturalistic and cozy ambiance in EcoG’s first shop in Hong Kong.

Image Courtesy Andy Tong

  • Architects: Andy Tong
  • Project: EcoG Retail Shop – Hong Kong
  • Location: Diamond Hill, Kowloon,Hong Kong
  • Site area: 24 Sqm
  • Date of completion: 2011
  • Software used: AutoCAD
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The Mood @ LKF in Hong Kong by Theo Texture

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

Article source: Theo Texture

THE MOOD @ LKF located at the top of Lan Kwai Fong, is an 12-storey office building revamped into a boutique hotel, a new architectural genre for urban Hong Kong. A white aluminum cladded mask in organic cellular shapes over black glass is created at the lower part of the building, framed in LED lights. The name and the logo of the hotel are designed with two “O”s to correspond with this organic cellular motif which is repeated throughout the hotel. These cellular motifs and black and white colors are employed to echo the urban chic feel of the neighboring of Lan Kwai Fong, in and out of the building as well as in the graphics.

The Mood @ LKF

  • Architects: Theo Texture
  • Project: The Mood @ LKF
  • Location: Hong Kong

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