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Alexander Wong redesigns Sogo Freshmart in Hong Kong

by Maria Fleutman on Jul 4, 2017 in Interiors
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Swing signage and Wet Market pendant lights at Sogo Freshmart

Swing signage and Wet Market pendant lights at Sogo Freshmart

Alexander Wong Architects has redesigned the newly opened Sogo Freshmart in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong 

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.

The supermarket's Ham & Cheese Golden Bento Counter

The supermarket’s Ham & Cheese Golden Bento Counter

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.

Wine and Sake Arcadia

The Wine and Sake Arcadia designed by Alexander Wong Architects

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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