Within contemporary urban settings, architects and designers are working to redefine and challenge the preconceived concept of what a family home really means.
Through design, Studio Adjective presents the process behind making tea, and showcases tea’s restorative and natural abilities at Yú Teahouse.
There are many ways to tackle the constraints of small square footage. Studio Adjective’s clever space planning and use of materials for an apartment in Hong Kong makes an exemplary case study.
Herzog & de Meuron’s thoughtful intervention to the historic fabric of a former police station transforms a walled-off compound into a nexus of cultural exchange.
Rattan-lined sideboards (and a striking rattan chandelier), timber counter tops and cement tiles are the hallmark design cues of Aesop’s sixth store in Singapore – ironically designed by a Hong Kong-based studio: MLKK.
Husband-and-wife team Vince Lim and Elaine Lu have gone from strength to strength since they founded design studio Lim + Lu two years ago. Tamsin Bradshaw finds out how they combine love and work on a visit to their fresh, flexible home in Hong Kong’s Happy Valley.
Habitus recently caught up with Luke Yeung of Architectkidd, the up-and-coming architecture & design practice. We find out how a Hong Kong-born designer finds design inspiration in the imperfections of Bangkok.
Do names such as Herzog, Fuksas, Fujimoto, van Berkel and Bellini set your heart aflutter? Then you’ll want to pack your bags for Hong Kong’s Business of Design Week 2017. They’ll be there in December!
A nomadic, creative couple picks a raw, defunct warehouse amidst the manic industrial vibes of southern Hong Kong as their home and enlist Lim+Lu for the interior design.