Here is the 4th and final installment of my work for Newsprint Group. And this time, I want to share with you the murals.
In order to match with the industrial spirit of the space while bringing some touches of color, we decided to add large paint streaks on some strategic walls. So instead of working on detailed patterns, we privileged texture and color by creating monumental paintings.
We selected three walls:
- the wall facing the elevators,
- the wall shared by the welcome desk and the finance department,
- and the wall of the meeting room.
Here are some picture of the final result.
This last assignment puts an end to a year-long collaboration with the amazing Newsprint team. Many, many thanks for your trust throughout it all. It has been quite an exciting and challenging project.
If you’ve missed the previous installments:
- An office in Chai Wan 1,
- An office in Chai Wan 2,
- An office in Chai Wan 3,
Last touch ups
My client just moved in and it’s time to complete the project with a few finishing touches to the decoration and furniture.
We are now working on the murals… can’t wait to show you more!
Work in progress
And here are some pictures of the renovation!
While I am primarily responsible for the design, I will visit the site regularly, helping my client to ensure that the renovations are proceeding as planned and designed.
I’ve been working on this very exciting project for the past few months now. We have completely renovated an industrial property into an office space, having to organize it into 8 different departments.
As some of you may know, my initial work experience in Paris centered around working as an interior designer. Since moving to Hong Kong, it has been a challenge to continue in this field due to the complexities of working in multiple languages. However, here I am, jumping into this exciting new adventure, working nights and through long week-ends!
The first step was to agree on the concept and drafting a preliminary layout plan.