• AXA Prime Lounge – Searching for the European Continental identity

    14 August 2020

    Project name is AXA Prime Lounge, a French-origin insurance company, to create the best of its kind in Asia Pacific, a premium lounge facilities for prestige clients.

    Located at Tower 3, China Hong Kong City, Tsim sha tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Designed by 4N Design team Sinner Sin, Danny Ng, Rain Fu, Kan Yan Lau.

    Project Owner is AXA Hong Kong. Project Manager is Colliers International. Main Contractor is Winsmart Contracting. Completed in June 2020. Total Area of 12,000 sft.

    The entrance hall that is inspired by large gallery space in a French chateau, while the bespoke area rub shows the brands’ world footprint
    On one side of the Entrance Hall leads the way to the gallery space. Selected bottles from company owned vine yards are carefully displayed on two sides portal.
    A Gallery in the hallway, overseeing doors leading to three different themed suites. the transition of traditional European towards the modern and contemporary internationalism. Michelangelo’s ‘David’ being reinterpreted into two paintings.
    Large conference suite that allows important meetings to be hosted, the texture runs into a more contemporary setting.
    A grand hall that occupies one of the key elevation of building facing the Victoria harbour where lounges setting is created for social and formal gatherings and functions to take place.
    Artistic touch of area rug is paried with a backdrop where the avant-garde M+Art Museum can be seen.

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