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2016 Hong Kong Design Awards

spaces, objects, visual, graphic, digital & experience design, design champion, best studio & best start-up, plus over 40 specialist categories

accelerate transformation, celebrate courage, growing demand for design

 

Key Dates

9 June 2016 - Standard Deadline
27 October 2016 - Extended Deadline
1 November 2016 - Judging & Ratings
7 November 2016 - Rating Closes
8 November 2016 - Winners Announced
29 November 2016 - Awards Presentation

 
Photo Credit : Peter Cheung

Silver Winner 

Project Overview

Ginza Plaza situated in the well known shopping district of Mong Kok has been designed with a unique and smart interior for the customers to enjoy their shopping experience.

Nomination Commissioner

Gorth Management Pty, Ltd

Nomination Creator

ARTTA Concept Studio

Team

Arthur Tang, Rio Law, Vince Wong and Daphne Fan

Project Brief

As designers, we express our feelings through space and by using innovative space strategies we have enhanced the shopping centre. This is created from using a lot of vertical and horizontal lines on the walls and ceilings to show detail and increase spaciousness. The overall look is minimal but current and modern, which suits our young target audiences who shop around in Mong Kok.

Project Innovation/Need

The main colours used for this interior is black and white, we have kept it consistent throughout the interior to keep the atmosphere cool and chic. The lighting used also makes the colour bounce off each other and instantly making the centre brighter with an airy environment.

Design Challenge

With the interior having limited space we therefore use a combination of linear metals and sharp angles to emphasis space. This helps to create a strong sense of infinity in the shopping centre, perfect for the customers who love to shop.

Sustainability

Throughout this interior we have used LED lights which have environmental benefits, such as it being longer lasting and therefore don't need to be replaced often. It also consumes less energy which means they produce less heat.




This award celebrates innovative and creative building interiors, with consideration given to space creation and planning, furnishings, finishes and aesthetic presentation. Consideration given to space allocation, traffic flow, building services, lighting, fixtures, flooring, colours, furnishings and surface finishes.  


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