The interpretation of the contemplation of environmental heritage blends old and new concepts and matches them to the pattern of ritualistic attempt. In the process of the interactions between the products and consumers, human implications are highlighted.
every line symbolizes the every possibility in everyday life. Pulling up the lines and welcome to the universe that we try to interact and create with those who are looking for the answer about the possible everyday life.
Once the footprint of the old Central Broadcasting Station the plot site covering 1.5 hectares land has been turned into rehearsal rooms situated in between the preserved Huwei military forts building and the Danshui Golf Court. The antnest-like administration and clothing sets production spaces fill in the imperfect landscape breach in a low and flat gesture.
The old dorms have been unused and not maintained for many years, and there is a tremendous amount of overgrowth in the courtyard.
Extending the humanities and orient of design concept from architecture into interior design.
Peacefully nestled in the plentiful and verdant hills of Sai Kung, known to city dwellers as the “Back Garden of Hong Kong”, this 4550sqft house is completely remodeled to create a spacious, stylish and tranquil living space for its owners.
The ‘ZCB Bamboo Pavilion’ is a public event space built for the Construction Industry Council (CIC)’s Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) in the summer of 2015 in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong.
We differentiate this boutique hotel by “refinement” – beauty that goes beyond the surface. Here we use relatively common materials, enhance their natural beauty and unleash design possibilities by surface treatment techniques and lighting.
Mom cooks uniquely flavoured family dishes from basic ingredients with her special cooking techniques and recipes. For this restaurant, we try to create a distinctive “flavour” with the most common “ingredients” – plastic, steel and wood, and we cook with light and shadow. Under natural daylight and night time illumination, the restaurant looks like a minimal translucent box during daytime, and becomes theatrical with the interlacing shadows of the steel tree sculptures in the evening. Two different atmospheres are created with the same material combination, hence offering two different “flavours” to suit the menus for lunch and dinner.
The project integrated different design elements like, the streamlining, grey glass partitions and the color used which successfully created a dynamic design office with minimalistic and scientific atmosphere which match with the client’s business and his team. Ninety-degree angles are avoided in an attempt to produce a dynamic, perceptually larger environment. Also, the open sea-view along with the L-shaped work desk help to make the office feels like locating in an uninhabited island which is peaceful and timeless.