One of the biggest regions in China, Hong Kong, a city that is constantly changing, it certainly plays an important role when it comes to interior design and architecture world. Whether you’re looking for inspirations and ideas to decorate or furnish your new home or simply looking for the best interior designers in this city, we have gathered a list of 10 Luxury Design Groups in Hong Kong. Check this amazing list and get inspired!
AB Concept was founded in 1999 by Ed Ng and Terence Ngan. This international interior design and architecture studio focus on creating luxury environments across hospitality, commercial, and residential sectors. This company works on a global scale with offices in Hong Kong, Kariuzawa, Taipei, and Milan, and a list of clients in 16 countries and over 30 cities. Recent projects include the acclaimed Paper Moon Giardino restaurant in Milan and Lalique’s flagship store in Shanghai.
B+H Architects believe design can transform spaces, communities, and economies. Taking a bold and inspiring approach, this firm is most known for achieving results through constant innovation, accountability, hands-on service, cultivating talent, and being a champion for diversity in all its forms – these are the things the studio so firmly values.
Bilkey LLinas Design HK
Bilkey LLinas Design is committed to cross the standard boundaries in hospitality design, and offer the best hospitality solutions. The studio has worked with some of the best names in the luxury hospitality industry, including Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, Shangri La, and Hilton. Founded in 1989 by Robert Bilkey, Oscar Llinas and Mauricio Salcedo, since that year, this studio specialized in worldwide high-end hospitality projects, including hotels, resorts, casinos, country clubs, spas, and convention facilities
In 1988, a group of Cornell School of Hotel Administration graduated and founded The Gettys Group with a vision to deliver world-class hotel design and procurement to discerning hospitality clients around the world. After decades in business, they have carved a unique place in the hospitality industry landscape as an award-winning, global design, and development firm serving clients from offices in America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East.
HBA Hong Kong
After 152 years of designing Hotels, and 21 500 completed projects in over 80 counties, HBA ultimate objective is to add value, raise standards and enhance the brand of a projects owner and operator.
HOK designs buildings and spaces that respond to the needs of people and the environment, and with the ultimate goal to deliver solutions that inspire clients and communities. From the several accolades the firm has collected, in 2019 Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects, the Best Airport.
In Situ & Partners Ltd
In Situ & Partners Ltd is an Interior Architecture Company, based in Hong Kong. They specialize in interior architecture and fitting out of high-end retail, F&B, and corporate spaces as well as luxury residential interiors. In recent years the studio has developed several global Interior Design Concepts for Luxury Brands. The company operates mainly in Asia, Europe, and The Middle East.
MR Moser Associates
From 23 global locations, MR Moser Associates is a leading global design company, an expert in interior design and architecture to support all the environmental needs of businesses working worldwide.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) was founded in 1936 and it is one of the biggest and most influential architectures, interior design, engineering, and urban planning firms in the world. The firm has completed over 10,000 projects in more than 50 countries.
Steve Leung HK
Steve Leung, an award-winning architect, and top interior designer established his first architectural and urban planning consultancy in 1987, which was then restructured to Steve Leung Architects Ltd. (SLA) and Steve Leung Designers Ltd. (SLD) in 1997. The company works on a wide spectrum of design projects. Architectural projects include office buildings, high-rise and low-rise residential buildings, institutions, etc.