Bean Buro’s new office design for Sapientia Investment takes its inspiration from the breath taking vistas observed from the top of the IFC two tower. The overall design expresses the natural, organic forms of Hong Kong’s landscape, drawing from the harbour’s energetic movements and topographic form to sculpt a space that echoes its surrounding mountains and tides.
Placed at the heart of the dynamic Wanchai district is Bean Buro’s design for marketing brand Williams Lea Tag’s new workplace in Hong Kong. Drawing reference from the district's urban typologies and symbol, the proposal reinterprets characteristic framing and layering devices, generating a work environment that feels as raw, diverse, and multifaceted as its context.
The design aesthetic referenced the works of artist Damien Hirst, such as his ‘Pill Cabinets’ and ‘Pill Sculptures’, based upon the minimalist aesthetic of the medicinal pill and human being’s relationship with science and the pharmaceutical industry. This became an inspiration for the colourful pills like architectural volumes that performed a multitude of functions, a large pill shaped island table in the pantry, and the colourful carpets that intersect with each other to create juxtaposed boundary conditions.
COS x BEAN BURO
Recent pictures from the "RE-INVENTION" event at COS Queens Road Central HK pop-up store. Lorène Faure & Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui amongst a multidisciplinary panel of guests speakers with Clark Bardsley, Elaine Ng, Bean Buro, Mina Park, moderated by Catherine Shaw.
For this project, Bean Buro worked on a full refurbishment of a 2,500sqft (230 sqm) residential apartment at Piccadilly Mansion apartments, located in the western part of Mid-Levels, for a family of 4 - two parents and two children. In addition to accommodating a comfortable living and dining areas with stunning views on Hong Kong’s tranquil nature scenes, the apartment would have a master bedroom suite, a bedroom for the youngest daughter still living at home and a bedroom for their eldest son who is currently studying architecture in the UK.
Bean Buro was tasked with refurbishing the third floor of a Tong Lau on Prince’s Terrace in Hong Kong. The site is in a peaceful neighbourhood hidden in the hilly areas of Central, on a pedestrians only street only steps away from the vibrant SOHO district. The projects question the notion of inhabiting an ‘in-between’ space. It was inspired by The Muller House - a house designed by the late architect Adolf Loos in 1930.
CUBES Aug/Sept issue
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Bean Buro’s studio has relocated to Wong Chuk Hang. With 3 times the space, the new studio-showroom is filled with lights and views - come and say hello!
The design concept for The Stage was driven by the poetic interpretations of the history of the waterfront district that is now Causeway Bay, and the dynamic atmosphere of the fishing community who once gathered under boating canopies.
Loving the fresh colour scheme in our new design for amanGo workplace!