One of the biggest regions in China, Hong Kong, a city that is constantly changing, certainly plays an important role when it comes to the interior design and architecture world. Whether you’re looking for inspirations and ideas to decorate or furnish your new home or simply looking for the best interior design projects in this city, we have gathered a list of the Best Interior Design Projects in Hong Kong. Check this amazing list and get inspired!
Altamount Residence by Hirsch Bedner Associates
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Altamount Residence is one of the most exquisite interior design projects from HBA, Hirsch Bedner Associates Singapore, where one can identify design trends and predict new directions and innovations. A mix of blue and golden tones sets the style of this design, bringing finesse and luxe to the residence. The gold living room turned out to be the most pleasuring design inspiration in the residence to enjoy the city’s aesthetic from both the inside and outside. It gives the sensation of being on top of the world while being captivated by the breath-taking landscape and glamorous design. Being one of the most recognized interior design firms in the world, HBA has always found a way of surprising and fulfilling its client’s needs.
Four Seasons Hong Kong by Bilkey LLinas Design
Bilkey LLinas Design is committed to cross the standard boundaries in hospitality design, and offer the best hospitality solutions. The studio has worked with some of the best names in the luxury hospitality industry, including Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, Shangri La, and Hilton.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong by Bilkey LLinas Design
Founded in 1989 by Robert Bilkey, Oscar Llinas and Mauricio Salcedo, since that year, this studio specialized in worldwide high-end hospitality interior design projects, including hotels, resorts, casinos, country clubs, spas, and convention facilities.
Ichu by Joyce Wang
The restaurant’s name derives from a plant found in the Peruvian Andes that only grows in extreme conditions. The name reflects both Martinez’s in-depth knowledge of indigenous ingredients and his passion for new culinary challenges. The Studio has drawn inspiration from Peru’s landscape and Martinez’s culinary style. Featuring richly textured materials and raw finishes to evoke Peru’s changing topography and dynamic ecosystem, the vibrant colours and inventive flourishes capture Martinez’s progressive culinary style.
K11 MUSEA by AB Concept
Envisioned by Adrian Cheng as a “Muse by the Sea”, AB Concept came up with an entirely novel approach to create a truly unique, breath-taking, a multi-faceted experience unlike any in the world. Narrating a unique experience that brings forth the homeliness and warmth of a stately manor to this grand shopping mall through a curated selection of warm colour tones, furniture, materials and meticulous amount details. Introducing organic free-flow lines throughout the entire space along with abundant greenery connecting the outdoors and indoors, to offer a homey atmosphere that encourages guests to spend time at this shopping complex.
OCTA TOWER SALES OFFICE
With a long history of development along the mountain, the unique urban landscape of Italian mountain cities provides the armature for the design concept of the LA CRESTA Sales Office, which is located at Kowloon Bay, with an area of approximately 30thousands ft2. Inspired by the mystical atmosphere of Hong Kong most eclectic design influences, LA CRESTA Sales Office was born from the perfect combination of greyish and brownish tons, textured by the fierce lines of some of BRABBU’s most iconic upholstery pieces.
Peninsula Hong Kong by The Gettys Group
The Gettys Interior Design team worked with the Peninsula Hong Kong’s in-house team to transform its flagship property from the “Grande Dame of the Far East” of 1928 to a definitive model for the future of luxury. With this grand renovation, the ownership hoped to exceed even modern hospitality standards and cement the hotel’s position as a leader of global first-class hospitality.
Private Residence by Joyce Wang
The Studio combined a contemporary approach with mid-century Brazil to create a fresh and playful interior for this property, even bringing in Brazilian design classics by Sergio Rodrigues and Jorge Zalszupin. They worked with walnut and cherrywood that had been associated with traditional furniture and re-interpreted the way it could be used and combined with other materials and textures to create furniture designs that were more about relaxed comfort and domestic informality, more attuned to life in Brazil.
Project Full of Light by PTang Studio
Having a living room with large ceiling windows on the floor, the ideal background for decoration with different colours and textures appears, since you can highlight these elements. Two 2-seat DUKONO sofas were exposed on the opposite sides of the central table, where the presence of natural light allows the sofas to impose their presence due to their reddish-yellow tone, making them the most daring furniture in the living room.
The Cullinan by Cameron Interiors
As most interior design projects, the Cullinan had its outlines defined by the clients, i.e., the owners of the apartment, which just happened to be big fans of music and film, resulting in a desire, on their part, to have a space that could serve as a home cinema. Guided by their mission to create personalized interiors, the studio delivered. The living room features warm wood flooring that meets with floor-to-ceiling windows which reveal a majestic overview of the Hong Kong harbour. These windows are accompanied by heavy blackout curtains that not only prevent the room from overheating but also serve a major role in the owners’ request: the creation of the perfect ambience for a home cinema.
The Entertainment Suite by Joyce Wang
Dedicated to extravagant entertaining, the hotel’s newest and largest suite measures an expansive 2,250 square feet, providing guests with the ultimate retreat for socializing or relaxing.
The Imperfect Residence by NCDA
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong-based architecture practice NCDA, “The Imperfect Residence” is somewhat misleadingly named: the recently refurbished Hong Kong one-bedroom apartment is in fact a paradigm of domestic perfection. The title nevertheless succinctly references the designer’s guiding light, namely the ancient Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi which is based on finding beauty in the imperfect and valuing simplicity. Translated into the language of interior design, these principles have produced a residence of understated elegance and contemporary minimalism where everything is seamlessly integrated into the building fabric and where bold geometries are combined with materials in their natural unfinished state.
The MOONGATA Showroom by BRABBU
The intention was to create a space capable of offering an exclusive selection of decoration and furniture design pieces with soul and character. Each and every piece tells something different and special to each and every client who walks through the door. More than a showroom, it is an inspirational art gallery.
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