A portable folding stool, by architect Keith Griffiths of Aedas and Freshwest’s Marcus Beck and Simon Macro, is among the collaborative furniture designs that resulted from Project HK-UK. Photo: Paul Yeung

Look what we made: East-West furniture design project produces one-of-a-kind pieces

  • British furniture designers teamed up with Hong Kong design professionals from a variety of disciplines to create unique furniture pieces
  • Their designs, including a multifunctional chair, movable storage, and a Zen-influenced low table with pull-out seats, are unveiled in Hong Kong this week
Topic |   Architecture and design

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A portable folding stool, by architect Keith Griffiths of Aedas and Freshwest’s Marcus Beck and Simon Macro, is among the collaborative furniture designs that resulted from Project HK-UK. Photo: Paul Yeung
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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

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
Topic |   Architecture and design

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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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