Hong Kong-based Alexander Wong Architects spent nearly 12 months working on the redesign of the newly opened Sogo Freshmart at Sogo Causeway Bay. The stunning project has set a new level of sophistication for Japanese supermarket design in Hong Kong.
Sogo Freshmart’s luxurious new look features a functional, modular layout that is both versatile and dynamic.
The key features of the supermarket’s redesign include a stylish barrel vault slatted ceiling with linear lantern lighting, picnic-cloth flooring, a Ham & Cheese Golden Bento counter, Sake & Wine Arcadia, Gourmet Mura, Zen cashier counters with Japanese lantern lighting, Wet Market pendant lights and swing signage.
The redesign was a new type of a project for the award-winning company, which has previously worked on futuristic designs for cinemas, including Carmen Futura Cinema City in Langham Place – where each room is devoted to a particular film - luxurious penthouses and exclusive hotels.
Its work on Sogo Freshmart supermarket is certainly a stunning addition to its impressive portfolio.
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