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.
New York-founded, Hong Kong-based Lim + Lu have brought their distinctive east-meets-west design style to a new café–restaurant on the central district in Hong Kong.
Amid the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong’s city centre, Liquid Interiors has designed a smart and eco-friendly home for a pilot in search of a little peace and quiet. Sylvia Chan writes.
In the deft hands of WALL design studio, a typically tiny Hong Kong apartment is transformed into an inspiring family home with enough space to accommodate the inhabitants’ love for books.
The 2016 edition of the Hong Kong art fair saw the city come alive as gallerists, collectors and art lovers flocked in for a jam-packed week filled with big-name and emerging artists, events, discussions and much more.
Collaborating with Ryohin Keikaku, Torafu Architects have designed three separate residential units in very small spaces. Each has distinct style and epitomises flexibility. We speak with Torafu director Suzuno Koichi about how