|Alexander Wong Architects Limited|
|ALEXANDER WONG ARCHITECTS is an Award-Winning, Avant-Garde Architectural & Interior Design firm originating from Hong Kong. Since 2001, the company has evolved from a fusion office to a dynamic multi-disciplinary powerhouse consisting of visionary professionals creating fresh, young & cutting edge designs for Architecture, Interiors & beyond.|
The company specializes in designing Luxury Homes for A-List Clients in the Movie Industry as well as creating theme-based Cinema Complexes like "Avatar City" in Zhongshan, "A Futuristic Eden" in Shenzhen and "Carmen Futura" (a cinema inspired by the Films of Wong Kar-Wai) in Hong Kong --- all three projects garnering International Design Awards and many others including World's Best Retail for "De Rucci" and World's Best Show Home for "Golden Eye" respectively at the International Property Awards 2015-2016 in London. In 2013 & 2015, the firm has been selected by AD (Architectural Digest) China as one of the "100 Top Architecture & Design Talents in China" and also voted "Best Young Interior Designer of the Decade" (Hong Kong) 2015. In December 2016, ALEXANDER WONG ARCHITECTS won the Global Top Award with "World's Best Interior Design" at the International Property Awards in London.
With a firm belief in "Innovation based on Culture" and "Value Creation through Functional Design with Meaningful Subtext", the company is able to realize powerful, ultra-bold and daring creations with special attention to details that exceed the expectations of the users. Combining professional diligence with business acumen including cost effective management, Alexander Wong Architects propel Architecture, Interiors, Real Estate Development & Branding, to a new level of excellence.
"White Futura" is the second cinema in Shanghai alone designed by Alexander Wong Architects for China Film Cinema City. This unique Cinema embodies a series of mind-blowing & complex concepts involving the Nature of our Universe (or Multiverse), it's all about curves, exploded as well as folded elements, all giant in size. Moreover we were inventing distorted spheres and bubble-like spatial caverns (or negative entities) constantly in tension, creating a dynamic space that is taut with drama and powerfully futuristic.
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