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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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The Loop in Hong Kong by Theo Texture

Saturday, May 26th, 2012

Article source: Theo Texture

The LOOP is a 23-storey commercial building located in Central, Hong Kong, on a narrow rectangular-shape site. The design solution started out as a structural concept in response to the constraints of the site by running a folding floor slab from the bottom to the top of the building. When the building is view at its front façade, the edges of the folding slabs forms a “loop” shape, thus maximizing the glass frontage which is a full-height flushed window wall system. Cladded with white aluminum panels, this loop becomes the main feature of the building and the geometry is enhanced by a color-changing LED strip running along this loop.

The Loop

  • Architects: Theo Texture
  • Project: The Loop
  • Location: Hong Kong

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Pavilion For 2011 Shenzhen – Hong Kong Biennale Of Urbanism And Architecture in China by Studio Up (designed using AutoCAD)

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Article source: Studio Up

Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale takes place since 2005, with ‘urbanization’ as a set long-term theme. This year, the chosen chief curator is Terence Riley, internationally recognized architect and curator. Among his significant projects are leading the renovation and expansion of Museum of Modern Art (New York) and The Miami Art Museum. In his curatorial statement for the 2011 Bienale, Terence Riley conceived a rather simple, axiomatic but powerful theme: Architecture creates cities – Cities create architecture.

Images Courtesy Miljenko Bernfest and Marko Salopek

  • Architect: Lea Pelivan + Toma Plejic / Studio Up
  • Name of Project: Pavilion For 2011 Shenzhen – Hong Kong Biennale Of Urbanism And Architecture
  • Location: China
  • Project team: Irena Bakic, Josipa Baricevic, Nikola Brlek, Luka Cvitan, Jelena Martic, Marko Salopek, Hana Svatoš-Ražnjevic, Vanda Trifunovic
  • Collaboration: Velcon Projekt: Albert Pavlovic, Veljko Nižetic, Lidija Nizic, Marko Sardelic (cosntruction design)
  • Photos: Miljenko Bernfest, Marko Salopek
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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Dragon Skin Pavilion in Kowloon Park, Hong Kong by Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Article source: Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD

The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural installation designed and built for the 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism Architecture. The Pavilion utilises a newly developed environmentally friendly material called “post-formable” plywood, which incorporates layers of adhesive film to allow easy single-curved bending without the need for steam or extreme heat.  With no material loss, a CNC mill divided 21 of these 8×4 plywood sheets into eight identical squares, and accurately cut the unique connection slots that were programmed into the pavilion geometry by computer.

Interior Perspective (Image Courtesy Dennis Lo)

  • Architects: Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD
  • Project: Dragon Skin Pavilion
  • Location: Shenzhen Pavilion, Kowloon Park – Roof Garden 2, Hong Kong S.A.R.
  • Design: EDGE Laboratory for Architectural and Urban Research, Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture; Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design Ltd. (LEAD)
  • Design Team: KristofCrolla (LEAD), Sebastien Delagrange (LEAD), Emmi Keskisarja (EDGE), PekkaTynkkynen (EDGE)
    Client: 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism\ Architecture
  • Project Dimensions: 4.5m (width) x 3.5m (depth) x 2.5m (height)
  • Photography: Dennis Lo Designs

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Jardine’s Lookout Flat in Hong Kong by AFFECT-T

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Article source: AFFECT-T

The brief for our design of the Jardine’s Lookout Flat was for a contemporary apartment with open space and light for an elderly client.  The client wanted something extremely contemporary so she could leave all the detritus from her previously crowded flat behind, she wanted something unique with light natural materials, and something with plenty of storage should she need it.  All of these being a challenge anywhere were uniquely challenging in the climate of Hong Kong with local contractors unaccustomed to complex three dimensional forms a lack of access to high quality materials or longer construction timeframes as in Europe or America.  The challenge of the flat also proved to be its making as it was a blend between high and low-tech that required expertise and craft to deliver much of the difficult forms rather than purely through an architect led process.

Image Courtesy Luke Hayes

  • Architects: AFFECT-T
  • Project: Jardine’s Lookout Flat
  • Location: Hong Kong

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Bubble x in Mongkok, Hong Kong by Julien Hubert & Thomas van Gaver

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Article source: Julien Hubert & Thomas van Gaver

Located in the heart of mong Kok district, the BUBLLE X project is an object of desire. It promises the existence of a carnal place, where sensuality, eroticism and exhilaration prevail. The BUBBLE X project will be a place which draws inspiration from the satisfied and unsatisfied fantasies and sex drives.

Bubble x

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Night Club Hotel in Hong Kong, China by Urbanplunger

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Article source: Urbanplunger

…let me see you stripped…

The project by the young architectural studio Urban plunger has been recently awarded the third prize in the Night Club Hotel in Hong Kong international competition. The main idea is to create a suspended building structure to comply with the extremely compact planning in Hong Kong.  The whole structure is elevated above the ground by leaning on the nearby buildings.

 

Day view

  • Architect: Urbanplunger
  • Project name:  Night Club Hotel in Hong Kong
  • Location: Hong Kong, China
  • Area: 20,000 square meters
  • Competition date: 2011
  • Competition scale: International competition
  • Place in the competition: 3rd prize
  • Design team: Eugene Liashuk, Tatiana Keskevich, Alexsandr Kuzmianchuk.

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