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Bean Buro finds resolve for living and working under one roof

Bean Buro finds resolve for living and working under one roof

Bizhouse is the transformation of a mid-century building in Hong Kong into apartments, elegantly designed by Bean Buro to cater for working from home.

Hawker Reload: The social obligation of architecture

Hawker Reload: The social obligation of architecture

The winner of the INDE.Awards 2019 Influencer category (partnered by Careers Indesign) exemplifies the massive impact that a socially-minded vision can have.

Colourful brise-soleil: Henning Larsen’s French International School of Hong Kong

Colourful brise-soleil: Henning Larsen’s French International School of Hong Kong

Rather than relegating learning to only classrooms, Henning Larsen’s Hong Kong studio has designed the entire French International School of Hong Kong as a playground for exploration, education and eco-friendliness.

Exploring new design narratives with Studio Adjective

Exploring new design narratives with Studio Adjective

Hong-Kong based practice Studio Adjective sees design as a vehicle for storytelling. We look at the duo’s trajectory as they’re nominated as a Prodigy in the 2019 INDE.Awards.

Herzog & de Meuron stitches past and present in Hong Kong

Herzog & de Meuron stitches past and present in Hong Kong

Herzog & de Meuron has joined together 16 structures, breathing new life into the iconic Hong Kong Police Station, Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison.

Magnificent arches: Foster + Partners refurbishes The Murray

Magnificent arches: Foster + Partners refurbishes The Murray

Foster + Partners has breathed new life into a conserved building whose magnificent arching architecture provides the starting point for both intimate and public engagement. This is The Murray.

Shine On, You Crazy Diamond! Prismverse Shanghai By Hong Kong Design Studio XEX

Shine On, You Crazy Diamond! Prismverse Shanghai By Hong Kong Design Studio XEX

When US skincare brand Dr.Jart+ commissioned Hong Kong designers XEX to create an interactive installation in Shanghai, they never could have imagined it would be this remarkable and outrageous.