The 29-storey Resiglow tower situated in Happy Valley, Hong Kong, is a chic, urban loft-inspired apartment building.
PDP London’s Hong Kong Studio were responsible for the architectural and interior design concept and delivery. The brief was to deliver a clean, uncluttered design language, in a stylish palette of black and white with tactile, textural finishes.
This project involved the refurbishment of an existing tower podium facade in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong Island. There are two street level commercial units either side of the main lobby entrance. The upper podium levels are occupied by car parking. PDP London's Hong Kong Studio was asked to design a new podium facade while working in conjunction with the interior designer appointed for the entrance lobby.
The 'Grand Garden' project is the major renovation of an existing residential estate in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island. The Client appointed PDP London to develop refurbishment schemes for the podium areas for Phase 2 of the project, including all exteriors and landscape, internal common spaces - inclusive of the clubhouse and residential tower lobbies - and signage.
PDP London Hong Kong Studio was appointed as Design Architects on this scheme of twenty new build houses in the Sha Tin area of Hong Kong.
The houses occupy a narrow site with direct access from the adjacent road with the rear gardens having spectacular views over the valley.
PDP London were appointed as design architects for Westminster Terrace, a residential development in Castle Peak Road, Hong Kong.
The scheme provides 59 duplex apartments including two penultimate and one penthouse apartment with unit sizes ranging from 300sqm to 550sqm aimed at the high-end local market.
PDP London who have a long standing collaboration with Grosvenor in the UK and Hong Kong, were appointed to contribute their internationally renowned high-end residential expertise to work alongside Japanese architects, Yasui, on these 45 high end apartments in the heart of Yoyogi Park with views to Mount Fuji.
PDP London Hong Kong were appointed to design a show flat for the penultimate unit at The Westminster Terrace, providing the exciting challenge of creating a residence that epitomised luxury and sophistication but still retained a simplicity that allowed the incredible views to be the star.
The Al Saad Square in Doha, covers an area of 11 acres and occupies a location with exceptional connectivity to the city centre and wider Doha.
PDP London’s masterplan aimed to maximise the strategic potential of the site comprised of new retail, commercial, residential and community facilities.
The masterplan for Lamezia’s waterfront is envisioned to be a landmark development, based on the criteria of sustainability and respecting the site’s natural, built and cultural context. It is aimed at being a destination of choice for tourists and local residents, where people can enjoy an attractive, sustainable lifestyle and a plethora of recreational and waterfront focused amenities in a natural and scenic setting.
PDP London's Hong Kong Studio was appointed as design and interior architects for two executive houses on the south side of Lantau Island, in close proximity to Cheung Sha beach. Sitting at just under 20 metres above sea level and right on the coast line, the houses offer fabulous, unobstructed views over the South China Sea.
The design is defined by its floating box concept. The frameless corner sliding doors in the main living area and the slender round column that supports the upper floor volume enhance the open and light design of the ground floor spaces, blurring the boundaries between inside and outside.
Fei Ngo Shan Road was a design feasibility carried out for a 2980 sqm site in the New Territories.
While the value of the site could be maximised by achieving the required GFA , the developer was keen to also explore the design of the houses in detail, even at this early stage, to test what premium this could achieve in this area.
The Hong Kong Studio redesigned the entrance area of The Belgravia, as well as reorganised the entrance circulation and enhance the interior design to the foyer of the 5 years old residential tower in Higashi Azabu. A scheme was devised to give a luxurious branding to the development that worked with existing tight constraints.