Interdisciplinary firm Lim + Lu are behind the colorful scheme of watermelon and mint chairs, and the neon sign reading “healthy eating” in Chinese, a nod to menu offerings like sweet potato noodles with mushrooms and onsen egg.
Exposed pipes and raw brick finish the 162 paired-down rooms, some with floor-to-ceiling views of the South China Sea, and the rooftop bar is blanketed in graffiti.
This South Korean import is making waves with its cutting-edge eyewear. The Causeway Bay flagship riffs on the theme of old-school rail travel with retro luggage trunks and colorful velvet furniture as varied as the frames in stock.
Liang Yi Museum
Local financier Peter Fung displays 300-plus pieces of antique Chinese furniture, most of which are hand-wrought from the rare yellowish rosewoods known as huanghuali and zitan.
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