The Top 20 Best Interior Designers in Hong Kong – Part 1 ⇒ The Asian design stage has been thoroughly developing throughout the years. Much has to do to the strong investment by the local governments in technology and infrastructure on Asian countries, which has resulted in an unprecedented modernization in the whole world. One of the most developed regions in Asia is Hong Kong. Harbour to a huge community of brilliant minds, Hong Kong is quickly becoming a place to pay attention too when it comes to architecture and interior design. Some of the best interior designers in the world have chosen the autonomous region as the basecamp of their work. Bearing such thought in mind, we decided to curate you a list of the top 20 interior designers in Hong Kong. Some of their work is truly inspiring.
Established in 1999, PTang Studio Limited quickly became one of the best architectural and interior design companies. The scale and type of projects they undertake is very diversified – from a small apartment to large commercial spaces. The studio has collected several accolades throughout the years, Including the 2011 International Design Awards for Office Category, the Certificate of Excellence in commercial, retail or office on the 2012 Perspective Awards and the Residential Award in 2010.
PTang Studio philosophy is modest they believe in getting to basics. They create spaces bringing out clients the most comfortable atmosphere by understanding their individual preferences. Seeking for the finest quality and innovations, developing a fresh and unique style that transcends existing boundaries and widens the horizon of design in the visionary future is their aim.
Steve Leung, a leading award-winning architect and interior designer, established his first architectural and urban planning consultancy in 1987, which were then restructured to Steve Leung Architects Ltd. (SLA) and Steve Leung Designers Ltd. (SLD) in 1997. The company specializes in leading architectural and interior design projects, catering to the needs of rapidly growing China and international markets.
The company works on a wide spectrum of design projects. Architectural projects include office buildings, high-rise and low-rise residential buildings, institutions, etc; while interior design projects range from show flats, sales offices, handover standard units, clubhouses, offices, shopping malls, retails, hotels, restaurants and bars, etc. Its works spread over United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, the United States, UAE, India, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan etc., and successfully penetrated into over 100 cities across the world.
The Gettys Group proudly counts on a multicultural team, highly committed with local knowledge. The company operates at the intersection of design, implementation and strategic thinking. They offer incomparable expertise in Interior Design, Procurement, Branding and Consulting. Founded in 1988 with one office in Chicago, they’ve now grown to six different locations around the globe, including offices in Miami. From seasoned professionals to emerging talents, Getty Group is united by a singular passion of creating designs that work.
Roger G Hill, one of the vanguards of a “beautiful design is good business” philosophy in the hospitality design industry. Roger has led Gettys through over two decades of growth by continually raising the bar. Today, Gettys won the first place in the hospitality industry and is known for offering a turn-key development design procurement formula to hoteliers. Most recently, Roger and his team have pursued global growth with offices in Hong Kong and Dubai. They have worked in some of hospitality’s business most iconic projects, such as the Hard Rock Hotel Mexico.
AB Concept’s design philosophy is clear. “Every project we create should be a legacy for our clients. We are selective and only commit to projects that we feel passionate about, those that evoke an emotional response or spark our collective imaginations. It starts with an overarching theme that serves as the foundation. From this basis grows a story and design concept, evolving into a strong narrative.
The company has received multiple top honours at prestigious international awards and the Interior Design Best Of The Year including the coveted Annual GOId Key Awards, the Hospitality Design Awards in New York and the International Hotel and Property Awards In London. Most recently, their project for the Shangri-la Hotel in Oufu took the 2014 Hospitality Design Award for Best Public Space, and their Shang XI restaurant in the Four Seasons Pudong Shanghai took the Forbes Travel Guide accolade for Best Restaurant in China.
Michael Chow is the son of Chinese national treasure and legendary Peking Opera Grand Master, Zhou Xing Fang. Michael who was born in Shanghai left for an English boarding school at thirteen. He then went on to Saint Martin School of Design and studied architecture. In his early twenties, while he struggled to succeed as a painter, Michael realized the need to bridge the East and West and to demonstrate the greatness of China. MR CHOW is known to many for not only his star-studded restaurants, but as a man that has captured the imagination of artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Jean Michel Basquiat, Helmut Newton, and Ed Ruscha.
Prior to opening his first restaurant, Michael worked as a designer and in 1965 designed Smith and Hawes hairdressing salon on London’s Sloane Ave. He continued to design boutiques and restaurants in London. In the ’80s when Giorgio Armani went to MR CHOW in New York, he was so impressed by Michael’s architectural design that he sent tuxedos for all of his waiters to use. Michael then designed Armani’s Rodeo Drive Boutique in 1987 and again in 1999 for the Giorgio Armani boutique at The Bellagio, in Las Vegas. Michael designs all of his MR CHOW restaurants with original Arts and Lalique glass doors, which are still unique and modern. But his greatest work is his Los Angeles home which took seven years to design and build.
J Candice Interior Architects
After returning to Hong Kong in 2009 from New York, Chan headed J. Candice Interior Architects, designing commercial interiors for notable brands like The Spaghetti House, Privé Group, Fook Ming Tong and Hong Kong Jockey Club, etc. The designer has been recognised by the business community at home and abroad. In 2009, Chan received the Most Promising Female Award from Hong Kong Tatler Magazine, the Creative Entrepreneur Award in 2010 and subsequently, the Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Award in recognition of her works in North America’s shopping mall.
Specialized in commercial and hospitality spaces, the designer has long established her name as one of the best interior designers in Hong Kong. Her signature style makes her differ from any other competing studios. A mixture of modern contemporary, with classical Asian features all over the decor. Recently, she was awarded the 40 under 40 Awards by Perspective Magazine and the Asia Pacific Interior Design Award by Hong Kong Interior Design Association.
LRF Designers has become one of Asia’s leading interior design studios since its establishment in 1991 and continues to create exceptional guest experiences for international hotels, restaurants, clubhouses and residences. The studio is in the business of designing with a sense of place, creating environments that please, stimulate and calm our senses. LRF’s considerable experience enables a combination of original aesthetics with practical consideration for operational functionality and buildability, in order to make beautiful and workable spaces a reality. They have become one of the places to go to plan a hospitality project.
Lead by Charles Robertson, the Studio has been working on several luxury undertakings throughout the world. A constant in the Shangri-La Hotel chain projects, some of the studios most celebrated projects are the Shangri-La in Paris, the Galaxy Cotai in Macau and the Conrad Hilton in Seoul. Their unique style and design approach set them apart from most of the competition in the hospitality business.
In partnering with the world’s top hospitality brands, the DiLeonardo “team of masters” continually demonstrates an ability to harness purposeful elegance in design—and deliver it anywhere in the world, creating spaces that “do their jobs” with grace and flare. We attend to both the aesthetic and financial success of every project. The Studio’s design philosophy transcends the essential and becomes something far more than that. It becomes a way of living. The mixtures of styles they imply on each project stun away the clients, always bearing in mind the location and the clients’ wishes.
They partake in a wide range of projects, from residential to hospitality, where they have a refined client portfolio, from the Hyatt chain to Marriott and Sheraton. The studio has also collected a significant amount of accolades, such as Design company of the Year and got into the shortlist of the World Travel Awards, thanks to their hotel project Mövenpick Colombo, in Sri Lanka.
M Moser Associates
At M Moser, they believe design can positively impact people’s well-being and productivity through work and life. The team is passionate about enabling transformative workplace culture. They specialize in work environments, delivering a completely new work culture. It goes way beyond interior design, M Moser Associates designs a way of life.
The designers do more than developing beautiful interiors. They are experts in planning and masterminds of innovation. They integrate and coordinate information, engineer and build services and technologies. Creating interiors that translate brand language and amplify company culture, the studio enhances spaces to inspire and boost workplace performance.
Hirsh Bedner Associates Hong Kong
Hirsch Bedner Associates is one of the world’s best interior design and architecture firms in the world. With offices scattered around every nook and corner of the globe, their thick web of projects continues to inspire design lovers from all over the world. Like the Hilton Dalian, in China.
A magnificent castle set on a hill with a picturesque landscape. The guests arrive through an alluring classical garden and step into the doors of a Great Hall where the “stage” is set for celebration. Framed by arches, alcoves and vaulted ceilings, each space offers an experience of discovery, contemplation and transformation in a castle against the backdrop of the sea.
A bespoke experience engaging the artiste as both the actor and the audience, the guestroom serves as “The Dressing Room”, where the cast applies their make-up and change into costumes… It’s a modern interpretation of a classical interior with a colour palette borrowing scenes from the sea. Depicting a sweet destination after a long journey, enjoying the serenity of the sea with a touch of luxury.
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