An architecture firm in Hong Kong you must take the time to get to know.
With projects all over the world, Aedas is becoming an increasingly more important architecture firm as time goes by. This means that if the name Aedas still doesn’t ring a bell, it is time we change that and tell you all you need to know about this leading architecture firm in Hong Kong and some of our favorite projects from their amazing portfolio.
Based in Hong Kong, Aedas is one of the world’s leading global architecture and design practices. The architecture company is built on the belief that great design can only be delivered by people with a deep social and cultural understanding of the communities they are designing for. This is what drives their projects and what makes them strive for nothing less than excellence.
Aedas global platform for creative excellence in design enables some of the world’s most talented designers to plug into the latest information and delivery systems they need to produce truly world-class design solutions. The practice’s unique structure, global presence, and commitment to cutting-edge R&D are a testament to our desire to deliver design excellence to clients wherever they are in the world.
Aedas creates world-class design solutions that are tailored to the needs of cities and communities around the world.
One of the examples of their great architecture is The Beacon, which stands on a site of 614 square metres in Mongkok. As Aedas describes, the irregular protrusions that can be seen on the façade are a modern interpretation of the illegal iron balconies which were common in early post-war years in the area to acquire maximum view. There is also a green wall that seemingly protrudes from the solid façade of the podium, which further connects the building with the historical cityscape.
On a different note, Aedas Interiors was also commissioned to refurbish the hotel atrium restaurant of RISE with the intent to create a refreshing new experience for guests. Dining flexibility was maximized via RISE’s bespoke standalone service stations and banquette seating, which act as partitions that help divide the immense dining area to creating private niches and the ability to separate areas for private events.
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