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Hong Kong Architecture Highlights

Hong Kong’s skyline is one of the most recognisable in the world. With over 1,000 skyscrapers (the most in any city in the world) and a unique mix of Chinese and British influence, Hong Kong’s exceptional architecture is sure to impress every visitor.

Elephant Grounds Coffee Mid Levels

Elephant Grounds Coffee Mid Levels in Hong Kong

Design: JJA / Bespoke Architecture

Elephant Grounds Coffee Mid-Levels is the second landmark project for the Hong Kong-based cafe in two years. Designed in collaboration with Elephant Grounds founder, Kevin Poon, this new flagship location for the brand divides the double height space as a sequence of “lifestyle-oriented” moments.

Hong Kong Architecture

Hong Kong Architecture Tours – HK Walking Guide

Hong Kong Architecture Tours

Hong Kong is a key city globally for trade, but its architecture is also well known, especially the skyscrapers. The tallest tower is 2 IFC Hong Kong at 415m high.

Major buildings include the HSBC Bank building and Chep Lap Kok Airport both by Foster + Partners, and the Bank of China tower by I.M.Pei. All these contemporary buildings can be seen on our Hong Kong Architecture Tours.

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Hong Kong Architect Offices – HK Architecture Studios

Hong Kong Architect, RoC Practices, Companies, HK Architecture Offices, Engineers, Design Studios Hong Kong Architects : Design Practice Information HK Architectural Offices, China, East Asia Hong Kong Architecture Studios Architect phone / fax e-mail / website address AD+RG +852 2808 1450 +852 2808 0147 adrg(at) AD+RG, Architects 1002, 111 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong…

Zaha Hadid Exhibition

Zaha Hadid Exhibition in Hong Kong

‘With experimentation, you think you’re going to find out one thing, but you actually discover something else…more than you bargain for’ – critically acclaimed exhibition of early paintings and drawings by late architect Zaha Hadid

H Queens Tower

H Queen’s Tower in Hong Kong

Architects: CL3

Dedicated to art businesses, restaurants and retail, the building aims to transform the urban environment by creating a new focus for art and entertainment alongside HK’s historic Pottinger Street.

MOCAPE Shenzhen Building

MOCAPE Shenzhen Building

Design: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, architects

New photos, taken by Duccio Malagamba, feature Shenzhen’s new cultural meeting point and a venue for architectural exhibitions by architect Wolf D. Prix.