2017

Mei Ume - Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

2017

FLUX Collection by Lasvit

2016

La Corniche Villa

2015

Private Residence

2014

CÉ LA VI

2014

W Beijing Chang'an

2014

Dynasty Restaurant

2013

Shangri-La, Qufu

2012

Shàng-Xí, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Pudong

Studio. UK

05.06.17

2017

Mei Ume - Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

2017

FLUX Collection by Lasvit

2016

La Corniche Villa

2015

Private Residence

2014

CÉ LA VI

2014

W Beijing Chang'an

2014

Dynasty Restaurant

2013

Shangri-La, Qufu

2012

Shàng-Xí, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Pudong

Studio. UK

05.06.17

2017

Mei Ume – Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square

London, United Kingdom

Unveiling our first project in London, we are pleased to launch Mei Ume, one of the two flagship restaurants at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square.

Located in the 1922 headquarters of the Port of London Authority at Ten Trinity Square, Mei Ume, which takes its name from the Chinese and Japanese words for ‘plum blossom,’ fuses Eastern and Western heritage. 

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2017

FLUX Collection by Lasvit

After a year of conception, we are pleased to share the launch of the Flux collection in collaboration with Lasvit. Inspired by light reflecting off the ocean, the hand-blown crystal lamp of the Flux collection comes in various forms, illuminating different spaces in the most relevant manner.

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2016

La Corniche Villa

Côte d’Azur, France

Located at the most prominent tip of the French Riviera, the villa was designed to accentuate and complement the natural surroundings. Natural materials used throughout the residence create a relaxed and yet sophisticated villa atmosphere which can be enjoyed by the family as well as for intimate gatherings.

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2015

Private Residence

Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

The designs take inspiration from the surrounding waters of this home’s backdrop with ‘purity’ being the common thread throughout the property.

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2014

CÉ LA VI

Central, Hong Kong

Combining elements that reflect CÉ LA VI’s five pillars of design, cuisine, mixology, entertainment and venue, the multifunction space manages the rare feat of successfully blending a restaurant, bar and club all in one iconic location. The result is a sensory experience overflowing with personality and spirit that evokes not only a gastronomic adventure and a tantalising odyssey, but also a spiritual voyage.

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2014

W Beijing Chang’an

Beijing, China

The design of W Beijing Chang’an revolves around three main elements: firstly the Chinese philosophy of Tian Yuan Di Fang, which roughly translates as ‘Round Heaven, Square Earth’, secondly playing with Modern Dynasty, and lastly the idea of repetition and uniformity. 

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2014

Dynasty Restaurant

Wanchai, Hong Kong

Inspired by the traditional Xiguan Mansions of Guangzhou in China, Dynasty Restaurant, meaning “Full of Happiness”, preserves the quintessential elements of the architecture and style of this heritage. The highlight of the restaurant is the feature artwork made from bamboo pieces, an ode to a traditional Lingnan landscape painting and prominently display as the graceful focal point of the main dining area. 

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2013

Shangri-La, Qufu

Qufu, China

Confucian principles, Chinese traditions and contemporary style effortlessly blend in the luxurious design of the Shangri-La Hotel, Qufu. Known as the hometown of Confucius, Qufu retains and celebrates traditional values while embracing China’s rising affluence and appreciation for luxury.

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2012

Shàng-Xí, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Pudong

Shanghai, China

Drawing on Shanghai’s rich history, the East-meets-West narrative combines architectural forms of the city’s French Concession with traditional Chinese symbols. While Shàng-Xi’s soaring ceilings, bronze finishes and marble interiors lend an air of European opulence, subtle Sino-centric motifs and shapes hint at oriental glamour.

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