Hong kong interior design

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Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Project E Beauty / Embracing Softness

“Inspiration for the design was drawn from elements of nature, skins, and softness, which informed the colour palette, rounded geometries, and unique details.” — Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro “This soothing narrative allowed the design to incorporate abstract wall patterns, custom door handles, and delicate touches of colour throughout the space.” — Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: Sculpting a Comfortable and Inspiring Oasis We were approached by our client, Project E Beauty, to create a transformative workplace design that prioritised comfort, inspiration, and sophistication at their Hong Kong operational site. Located in an industria... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Mangrove Garden

“Our design for this financial institution takes a progressive approach to workplace culture, aiming to blend natural elements with human-centred strategies, and prioritising well-being and hospitality.” — Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro HDP Photography HDP Photography “Materials and colours were carefully selected to establish a vibrant and dynamic atmosphere. The client’s iconic red colour is reinterpreted and paired with a wide range of hues in different elements, creating a space that challenges traditional corporate norms and inspires creativity.” — Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro HDP Photography Bean Buro has created a contemporary workspace for a lea... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Landmark South

“Driven by wellbeing, the proposed solution focuses on enhancing employee interaction and connection to nature through a cascading seating platform that allows views of the surroundings. Additional features include window bay seating for panoramic views of the mountains and a meeting room designed to mimic a house in the woods, thereby blending functionality with eco-friendly design.” — Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro   “The choice of materials - natural timber in long walls and ceilings, leather for cabinets and window seating, and cork fabric for wall coverings and cushions - reinforces our commitment to a nature-inspired design. The use of green hues reflects the nearby greenery... More

Project • By Bean BuroPrivate Houses

Playpod Sanctuary / The Bloomsway

“Our muse came in the form of art, specifically, the celebrated post-impressionistic works of French artist, Paul Cézanne. His paintings of Provence formed the basis of our narrative, reflecting the calming greenery and tranquil mountainous landscapes of his homeland.” — Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Steven Ko “Through Cézanne’s art, we envisioned a design language that embodied elegance and playfulness—combining natural timber, green hues, curvaceous forms, and vertical elements inspired by trees.” — Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Steven Ko The Brief: A Beacon of Wellbeing in Residential Design We were tasked with designing a h... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Qurio / Cultivating Curiosity

“Fairytales and curiosity inspired the design; ideas such as ‘breadcrumbs’ as colourful geometries on the floor, ‘keyholes’ windows for peeking through walls, and curvy white acoustic ceiling panels that float above like clouds.” — Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro “We created an adaptable environment for different spatial setups. The idea is similar to a theatre stage. Young learners can choose how they would like to engage with the class.” — Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: A curious learning centre  We were tasked to create an inventive learning centre for Qurio—a high-quality enrichment school for children aged four... More
Flames Hung to Road by Metagram
Flames Hung To Road by Metagram
Flames Hung to Road by Metagram
Flames Hung to Road by Metagram
Flames Hung to Road by Metagram

Project • By MetagramRestaurants

Flames Hung To Road

Flames Hung To Road in Kwun Tong is the fourth and flagship restaurant by the Flames brand in Hong Kong and the second store designed by Metagram. Caption Building off the success of the award-winning Flames restaurant in Whampoa - the design uses a matching palette of sandstone, blackened metal and terrazzo to recreate the atmosphere, now intrinsic to the Flames dining experience. Caption This branch is located in the heart of industrial Kwun Tong - Hung To Road, a street store in the recently renovated Skyparc Building (previously Paul Y Centre). Caption The design is formal and highly symmetrical, with dynamic seating arrangements set up around a crucifix layout. Central columns in the space, bookended with naturally st... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Luxury Retail Academy / Moulding Talent

“A key factor of the mood and feel for this project was to elegantly strike a delicate balance of a soothing natural architectural setting, while at the same time injecting just the right amount of colour to create an encouraging learning environment.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro “Our concept was to create an agile and comfortable environment for learning about the retail trade. We believe users would be much more encouraged to interact in the training environment if they feel relaxed.” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: Bean Buro was appointed by one of the world’s leading luxury goods groups to design a retail academy in Hong Kong. O... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Anglo-Eastern / Sailing Staircase

 “The staircase we designed is a legible and robust architectural element to convey a strong company identity for one of the largest ship management companies in the world.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro “ This workplace across three floor features artificial skylights and flexible workspaces created at each landing of the staircase to encourage agile working.” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: Evolution into a workplace for the future Bean Buro was entrusted with designing a new headquarters with an internal staircase spanning across three floors for Anglo-Eastern, one of the largest ship management companies in the world. The company’s intent i... More

Project • By Bean BuroApartments

The Victoria Towers / Home Influencer

"Light-filled, minimalistic surfaces and subtle textures form the white-ish backdrop of an Instagram-able space for this dynamic family residence."  – Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro Home Influencer: A lifestyle-driven design for a fashionable family We designed an elegant residence for a dynamic family with young children in Hong Kong. We desired to create a minimal and natural 'Instagram-able' home that reflects the parents' fashion blogging, trendy and healthy lifestyles.  Bean Buro The materials palette is natural and simple, with tasteful luxurious accents of leather and metal details in the bespoke joinery. Light-filled, minimalistic surfaces and subtle textures form the white-is... More

Project • By Bean BuroShowrooms

The Forest / OMA OMA

“Inspired by the story of a majestic tree in the heart of the residential development, we invented a forest of timber columns to organise the functional spaces of the sales gallery, and to create a meandering experience for the visitors’s journey.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro  Bean Buro “It makes us so happy to hear the positive feedback from the client team; that our design was so well received in terms of customer experience, colour scheme, efficiency and effectiveness of the design!” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: A space to inspire Bean Buro was tasked with designing a 10,226sqft (950sqm) sales gallery, taking over a wh... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Wellbeing Playscape

Paediatric Clinic x Painter’s Studio “Wellbeing Playscape”  “We created an unusually warm and playful atmosphere for this specialist clinic; young patients would interact with the floor trail and climbing platforms, which in turn helps the doctor better observe the patients’ natural body movements as part of the consultation process.”  — Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro  “This is a special clinic where the doctor can also carry out his passion for painting and display his pieces on a gallery wall. The key feature is a long timber wall that serves as a ‘spine’ that organises the functional spaces along with it.”   - Kenn... More

Project • By Bean BuroApartments

Beau Cloud Mansion / The Cascade

“We interpreted the cascading topography of Mid-Levels Hong Kong as various horizontal elements, as a way to stratify the different functions of the apartment.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro “We kept the materials palette bright and neutral to maximise the poetic qualities of natural daylight as much as possible. The horizontal black line (in the joinery detail) playfully emphasise the notion of horizontality and continuity.” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro The Brief: Revamp Situated adjacent to the urban jungle of Hong Kong, Beau Cloud Mansion is hidden away in the winding and layered cascaded hills of the Mid-Levels. The apartment is to be dog-friendl... More

Project • By Bean BuroShopping Centres

Fresh Luxury / apm

apm “Fresh Luxury” Bean Buro  “We created an elegant materials palette that references a sense of luxury in an ultra-modern way for this forward-thinking shopping mall.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro “It was about balancing the dynamic experience of shopping with soothing resting areas. We prioritised the personal comforts of the users, with a visual and lighting environment that is restful but engaging at the same time.” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro Bean Buro Brief: A refreshed aesthetic for a new generation of customers We were invited to refurbish one of the trendiest shopping malls in Hong Kong. The mall is famous for buzzing with y... More

Project • By Bean BuroOffices

Charterhouse Asia / Red Ribbon

“Inspired by the joy of schooling and the stimulating experience of ‘the first day of school’, we created a design that is simulating yet elegant for this workplace environment” - Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro   “The red ribbon-like element was an architectural strategy to organise and connect the different functions of the workplace cohesively.” - Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro   Bean Buro was tasked to design a new workplace for the Asia office of Charterhouse - one of UK’s leading independent boarding schools since 1611. The Asia office manages a family of Charterhouse schools in East and South East Asia. The brief was to create a collaborative working e... More

Project • By Bean BuroApartments

Hong Kong Garden / Theatre House

Mid-Levels, Hong Kong “Theatre House”   “This is a Live/Work/Play apartment for a family with children in the hilly Mid-Levels of Hong Kong. We created an elegant architectural setting which provides the flexibility that a contemporary family requires.” – Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, co-founder of Bean Buro   “Inspired by the idea of a ‘theatre set’, we created a continuous timber wall across the entire apartment with metal portals that opens up into the different internal worlds of each room. It also creates a prominent backdrop for the lounge and dining spaces.”   – Lorène Faure, co-founder of Bean Buro   The Brief: Live/Work/Play for a family in the c... More