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Ashley Sutton unveils new cocktail bar in Hong Kong

by Leona Liu on Dec 23, 2016 in Interiors
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Conceived by interior designer Ashley Sutton and New York mixsultant Joseph Boroski, J.Boroski cocktail bar is Hong Kong’s newest go-to speakeasy

Hidden away off Hollywood Road in Hong Kong, J.Boroski boasts captivating décor, sensational bespoke cocktails, and levels of service and intimacy rarely encountered in Hong Kong. Here, Australian-born self-taught interior designer Ashley Sutton has created a haven of warmth by incorporating materials such as leather, copper, teak and steel.

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The streamlined long bar and the arched roof that run the entire length of the venue form a focal point and expand the spaciousness of the venue. Seating is dotted throughout, with high stools lining the bar area and intimate nooks available behind secluded drapery.

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But, perhaps the highlight of the interiors is the latticework of leather panels adorned with scarab beetles that line the walls and ceilings. Sutton, the designer behind some of Hong Kong’s trendiest spots like Iron FairiesOphelia, and Maggie Choo’s, has truly created a new sense of luxury and mystery at J.Boroski.

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