The HITGallery is an elegant boutique located in the Times Square shopping center in Hong Kong. Designed by Italian architect and designer Fabio Novembre, the surreal atmosphere of the concept store is inspired by artist Giorgio De Chirico.
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Living luxuriously in a small space can be a challenge. Mount East Flat by Another Design International is an impressive small luxury apartment in densely populated Hong Kong, China. The elegant contemporary design has an open atmosphere. The residential unit has the feel of a luxury hotel suite.
Designers at British engineering firm Atkins have come up with the most imaginative idea for a hotel. This stunning “groundscaper” hotel to be built is an ambitious project by Shimao Property Group and Atkins. Located 30 miles from Shanghai, in an abandoned quarry in Songjiang, China, the luxury resort will have 16 floors below the surface of the earth, and 3 stories above ground.
Soaring from 102nd to 118th floors, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong in the Kowloon district of Hong Kong, China is the world’s tallest hotel as of 2011. Located in the iconic International Commerce Centre, all 312 guest rooms offer breathtaking views of Victoria Habour, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories. The elegant interior design welcomes guests into a refined sanctuary in a truly global destination.
Located in the Pudong district in Shanghai, China, this Apple Store is the first Shanghai store for Apple Inc. Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architecture, who also designed the iconic Apple Store Fifth Avenue New York, the entrance to the store is marked by a large glass cylinder thirty-two feet high. The glass structure sits in a large urban plaza below a circular sunken court. Once visitors enter the cylindrical entry, they then descend to the store below the plaza on a spiral glass staircase.
Designed by New York architect Daniel Libeskind, the Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre for the City University of Hong Kong has a distinctive crystalline design which creates an inspiring environment for research and creativity. The facility also includes a multi-purpose theatre, sound stages, laboratories, classrooms, exhibition spaces, a cafe and a restaurant. Daniel Libeskind is best known for overseeing the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site in New York. This steel and concrete structure reflects his progressive design style.
This award-winning architect designed home in Hong Kong exquisite views of the bay. All rooms also overlook the walled private garden. The home features a glass and rendered concrete finish staircase. The contemporary interior design throughout the house includes a stunning family room and custom designed walk-in closet. A home theatre system with projector and screen, and a built-in audio visual control centre are part of the sate of the art design. The master ensuite bathroom features rainshower and Balinese stone bathtub and double basins.