Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee
Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee

How this Hong Kong developer is blending old and new to produce modern buildings

  • At the studio, you can buy old chairs, sign boards, sewing machines, typewriters, old mobile phones and even a genuine Cantonese-style veranda for charity
  • Lofter founder says her investors are very concerned about projects that prioritise ESG

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee
Lofter would like to convey a message that redevelopment and conservation can coexist, says Carol Chow, the company’s founder and chairperson. Photo: Dickson Lee
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