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Spotlight on J. Candice Interior Architects

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 8, 2015 in Interiors , Perspective Promotions
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Interior of Shoku, Hong Kong, designed by J. Candice

Interior of Shoku, Hong Kong, designed by J. Candice

Since Hong Kong born Candice Chan Chao started her firm J. Candice in 2009 she hasn’t stopped designing innovative projects for clients at home and around the globe

Graduating with a B.F.A. from Syracuse University, Chan spent her post-college years in New York undertaking a variety of projects such as the resurrection of a Broadway theatre and the overhaul of multiple offices for large companies in the city. In Hong Kong, the designer has worked on a number of high profile commercial interiors including restaurants, bars and entertainment developments. She has collaborated with notable brands such as Spaghetti House, Cafe de Coral and Prive Group to come up with a huge range of design solutions.

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Interior of Bungalow, Hong Kong, designed by J. Candice

The company has come up with the interior concepts for a number of Hong Kong’s most popular hot-spots such as Bungalow, Primal Cut and Shoku. With a bevy of accolades to her name, most recently she was awarded the Golden Bund Award from Interior Design Magazine China. J. Candice continues to make waves with their contemporary and innovative design solutions and can be contacted through www.jcandice.com

Interior of Primal Cut, Hong Kong, designed by J. Candice

Interior of Primal Cut, Hong Kong, designed by J. Candice

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