Kelly Hoppen Collaborates with Steve Leung to create residences in Shenzhen

by Leona Liu on Jun 16, 2016 in Interiors
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Kelly Hoppen (MBE) has joined hands with Steve Leung in designing four stylish apartments at One Shenzhen Bay

Established by the acclaimed Hong Kong designer to bring international talents into China, Steve Leung Exchange Ltd. has collaborated with a handful of distinguished designer’s including Tom Dixon, Martin Kemp, Italian Chinese designer Chi Wing Lo and prominent American designers Thomas Pheasant, Barbara Barry and Laura Kirar in creating high-end residential projects, restaurants, hotels, serviced apartments and commercial spaces in China. This recent collaboration with Kelly Hoppen introduces international style into Shenzhen’s modern living.


Kelly Hoppen


Steve Leung

Steve Leung

Taking inspiration from four metropolitan cities, the show flats are themed as Paris, Hong Kong, New York and London to reveal Hoppen's iconic simple and elegant style, showcasing the ultimate stylish lifestyle.

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Paris suite

The Paris suite embodies the idea of Parisian chic in an international context, with detail inspirations from French fashion brands like Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Celine bringing a refined elegance into the apartment.

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The Hong Kong showflat

Featuring a Chinese mountainous landscape juxtaposed with a modern city view, Hong Kong illustrates the idea of contrast to capture the complexity and beauty of Chinese design.

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The New York residence

New York reflects the eclectic vibe of the global city's cultural and architectural influences, designed as a modern flat adorned with modern furniture and artworks.

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The London apartment

London represents a mix of classical structure and heritage elements with an unexpected twist that lends a charming quirkiness to a well-structured space.

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