The project is an 8,000sqft column-free space situated in Harry Siedler’s iconic Hong Kong Club Building. The client’s brief was for a space that reflected the values and culture of the family’s founding generation, but which would leave room for the next generation to evolve, especially as the business segues into investments and private equity.
Brewin Design Office designed a modernist-inspired office interior for a private investment office, drawing on the building’s 1980s brutalist architecture., which allowed the interior architecture to respond to not just the physical context but also the historical significance of the building.
The program of a private family office encouraged us to explore high-quality residential level details and furnishing set within the context of a professional office space that needed functions like an 18 person boardroom, and meeting rooms that had the luxury of seating lounges within them.
Custom Brewin Design Office furniture pieces were complemented alongside vintage pieces by Oscar Niemeyer, Jean Michel Frank, Eero Saarinen, among other canons.