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4N Design Architects creates green lobby in Hong Kong

by Sophie Cullen on Jan 12, 2016 in Interiors
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Hong Kong-based design firm 4N design architects has completed a green lobby in Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Working alongside a retailer of food products in Hong Kong, HK JEBN Group, 4N conceived the eco-friendly project to bring an element on nature into the building. The design was inspired by the concept of ‘In search of natural beauty’.

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The area consists of a semi-outdoor garden space and an indoor lobby/concierge space. The garden includes timber flooring, lawn and vertical plantings, and all greenery is supported by an automated irrigation system and advanced-level drainage system.

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One major design feature of the lobby is a circular room that serves as both a museum wall and a locker room for 300 people. Rainbow-inspired colours were incorporated into the museum wall where marketing messages are placed in coloured baskets.

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