K11 Musea mastermind Adrian Cheng, New World Development’s executive vice-chairman and general manager, started with a vision to redevelop the waterfront site acquired in the 1970s by his grandfather, the late billionaire tycoon Cheng Yu-tung. Photo: Tory Ho

100 creatives, 10 years, 1 vision: how Hong Kong’s K11 Musea, part shopping mall, part museum, came to life

  • K11 Musea, Hong Kong’s new cultural-retail destination, shows what can happen when 100 creative collaborators are brought together and given free rein
  • Helmed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, James Corner Field Operations, and Ronald Lu & Partners, the project spans 1.2 million square feet over 10 floors
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K11 Musea mastermind Adrian Cheng, New World Development’s executive vice-chairman and general manager, started with a vision to redevelop the waterfront site acquired in the 1970s by his grandfather, the late billionaire tycoon Cheng Yu-tung. Photo: Tory Ho
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Peta Tomlinson

Peta Tomlinson

Peta Tomlinson is an Asia-focused journalist who has lived and worked in Australia and Hong Kong. Making the most of her global mobile office, she contributes to South China Morning Post on topics including design, property, lifestyle and special reports.