Jacqueline Chak (left) and Genevieve Chew, founders of Editecture, at the opening of a pop-up store designed and curated by them for Matchesfashion at Belowground, Landmark, Hong Kong. Photo: Alex Maeland
Jacqueline Chak (left) and Genevieve Chew, founders of Editecture, at the opening of a pop-up store designed and curated by them for Matchesfashion at Belowground, Landmark, Hong Kong. Photo: Alex Maeland

Matchesfashion Hong Kong Christmas pop-up store designers on the clear division of labour that guides the pair’s work on everything from mall toilets to a mahjong set

  • Editecture’s founders perform distinct roles – Jacqueline Chak’s is spatial design and Genevieve Chew product curation – both at work and in their home lives
  • Their projects are varied, from the revamp of 20 washrooms in a high-end shopping centre to designing Matchesfashion’s pop-up space in Hong Kong’s Landmark

Topic |   Fashion in Hong Kong and China
Jacqueline Chak (left) and Genevieve Chew, founders of Editecture, at the opening of a pop-up store designed and curated by them for Matchesfashion at Belowground, Landmark, Hong Kong. Photo: Alex Maeland
Jacqueline Chak (left) and Genevieve Chew, founders of Editecture, at the opening of a pop-up store designed and curated by them for Matchesfashion at Belowground, Landmark, Hong Kong. Photo: Alex Maeland
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