Macau is an autonomous region on the south coast of China. As it was a Portuguese territory until 1999, you can see the mix of the cultures reflecting in the impressive residential and commercial design. These differences of cultures can also be found in its projects. In this article, we will discover the most majestic trends from Macau Interior Design Projects!
Tria Spa – MGM Cotai Hotel
The inspiration for this design derives from an elegant Portuguese dame adopting Macau as her new home, introducing to her new peers her Portuguese heritage, and sharing her secret rejuvenating potions.
Tencent Seafront Towers
Tencent is best known for running China’s biggest messenger app, WeChat. In recent years, the company’s business has expanded into areas including video games, AI, and entertainment and has become the most valuable company in Asia. Tencent operates in a highly innovative industry where top talent is young, dynamic, and smart. Our client’s vision lies in promoting its global reach and creating a vibrant and collaborative work environment that fosters innovation, sparks creativity, and inspires staff.
Bilkey Llinas Design
Interior design firm Bilkey Llinas Design completed the interior design and fit-out of the Westin Nanjing, China. BLD worked with the operator Starwood. In the case of the lobby, keeping a light and airy ambiance was challenging because there were no windows at that end of the building. The lobby is on the 23rd floor and features two distinct areas, the reception and the all-day-dining restaurant Seasonal Tastes.
Clifton Leung Design Workshop
Pièce De Résistance, The Masterpiece
In this spacious 2,969 sqf. net flat at the Masterpiece, the most eye-catching facet of the apartment is its panoramic views of the city. Indeed, the long, curved windows in the living area boast an envious 180-degree view of Victoria Harbour across its entire length. It’s a space that has been enhanced further by fitting custom-designed storage counters along with the windows that are both fun and functional, serving a dual purpose of storage space and seating counter.
ET Design & Build
One Grantai B
Ths interior design project has an eclectic style which is a decor that comprises heterogeneous elements – a mixture of textures, time periods, styles, trends, and colours. Eclectic interiors are characterized by a multitude of fabrics, patterns, and art items.
Interdots Interior Architecture
Huangshan Water View Apartment
This is a service apartment in which our leader involved in design coordination and project management. It celebrated its natural surroundings with a beautiful park-like setting and was designed to create a refined lifestyle for its residents and guests. It respected traditional Chinese architecture by reinterpreting it with clean and simple lines that appeal to modern tastes and incorporates water elements and walking bridges to complete the effect. The overall design was serene, sophisticated, and distinctly Chinese. This design philosophy was carried throughout the interior concepts as well.
J. Candice Interior Architects
This tapas restaurant is inspired by the industrial style where chic refers to an aesthetic trend in interior design that takes clues from old factories and industrial spaces that in recent years have been converted to lofts and other living spaces.
Joyce Wang Studio
Seymour Road Residence
An interior concept for a high-end show apartment in Hong Kong’s Mid-levels. The intended client would be a global traveler, placing great value on the importance of home. We built a narrative around the design that combined beautiful materials, furniture, objects and art from around the world – the collection of an owner with good taste whose home tells the story of their life.
Kelly Lo Design
Central Office Clubhouse
This colourful interior design clubhouse project is inspired in the art-decó which is objects that often showcase simple, clean shapes, usually with a “streamlined” look; ornament that is geometric or stylized from representational forms such as florals, animals, and sunrays.
This is a 1400 square foot interior design project that is inspired by the minimalist, yet classic style. The colour palette is neutral which embraces the “less is more” movement.
Learning Habitat Families
Learning Habitat Families is an inspiring new center that cultivates a community of love and positivity around families and child-rearing. The space was designed and developed over 12,000 sq ft in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon. Within it, we incorporated a welcoming entrance with a reading area, the members club (a parent’s area with kitchen and lounge), the children’s playground with classrooms, restrooms, and offices.
This hotel interior design is inspired by the Scandinavian style which is a minimalistic style using a blend of textures and soft hues to make sleek, modern décor feel warm and inviting. It emphasizes clean lines, utility, and simple furnishings that are functional, beautiful, and cozy.
M Moser Associates
Attracting immediate attention on the entrance to space is a large, logo-embedded tapestry, which establishes a clear expectation of the brand for the rest of the journey. As staff and guests walk further into space, they are immersed in an environment that leverages the brand’s iconic swallow logo and various shades of blue, bringing to life the innovative spirit of the company.
MPlus Interior Design
Edificio Nga Lim
The apartment in Edificio Nga Lim is a two-bedroom unit. Some interior walls are modified to make the unit more usable. Light colors and wood are used to create a comfortable feeling.
Mushroom Design Studio
Located in the newest residential complex, this is a four-room-one-living apartment that we are playing with. With a six and a half meter-height-ceiling living room, this special unit apartment is inborn to be at the magnitude of luxurious homes. In order to excel in the nature of this interior, the design approach was to stay away from the extravagantly over ornate decorations but to focus on the application of details. The whole space falls into a tone-on-tone atmosphere with the use of different materials and textures to create an unruffled kind of sophistication.
This interior design project has a modern contemporary style whose furnishings and decor celebrate natural materials, neutral or earthy colours, and the elimination of unnecessary detailing. Interiors contain neutral elements and bold color, and they focus on the basics of line, shape, and form.
Blues collection includes wide upholstered pieces, in fabric or leather – the same as those offered for the base – make for a comfortable seat and back, with low armrests, enriched with Canaletto walnut and metal details, inviting one to lay down and relax.
Simple Dining Room
This interior design project is a simple yet classical dining room with a neutral palette of colours, with intense use of black and white tones.
Steve Leung Design Group
Foot Hub, Galaxy Macau
This interior design project has a contemporary style that uses an earthy palette of colours with different shades of brown. The brown colour is associated with the sense of strength and reliability. It’s often seen as solid, much like the earth, and it’s a color often associated with resilience, dependability, security, and safety.
Studio Adjective has completed a teahouse design for the local Chinese tea brand “yu teahouse”. As the first outlet in the city, the teahouse is located in Eslite Spectrum – a lifestyle complex in Tsim Sha Tsui. With a horizontal vision of the Victoria Harbour. The design emphasis showcasing the sophisticated tea-making process and the interaction between the customer and the staff. In order to introduce the Chinese tea culture to the public.
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