In case you missed them… here’s a recap of our top 5 stories for the month of April.
#1 RAW: Crafting A Holistic Dining Experience
RAW restaurant, found amid the hustle and bustle of Taipei’s Zhongshan District, is an eatery space that reimagines dining as a holistic experience that engages multiple senses. A result of a collaboration between WEIJENBERG and Chef Andre Chiang of RAW, the restaurant aspires to fuse gastronomy with design, offering not only fine dining but also a visual and spatial feast. Read more.
#2 The Pursuit Of Modern Beauty
In an effort to distinguish the brand image of Ore-no in Hong Kong, lead designer, Hiroshi Kanazawa, developed a modern and personal interpretation of Japanese “wa” aesthetics, a term which translates to togetherness, describing the harmony found in traditional Japanese culture be it clothing, paper or cuisine. Quite fittingly, this 350 square-metre restaurant is also the Japanese brand’s first foray overseas. The Ore-no group owns a series of esteemed restaurants in Japan, including Ore-no French, Ore-no Italian and Ore-no Kappou. Read more.
#3 Miu Miu Aoyama: Home Sweet Home
The new Miu Miu store sits on the renowned luxury boutique strip of Miyuki Street, diagonally across the street from the iconic all-glass Prada store – an architectural landmark in it’s own right – both designed by long-term collaborators Swiss architects, Herzog & de Meuron. Read more.
#4 New Hong Kong: Adventures In Architecture
When we think of architectural exhibitions, cool and chalky architectural models that seem to bear no relevance to our lives readily comes to mind. New Hong Kong: Adventures in Architecture, an exhibition jointly presented by Kapok and theWanderlister+ sets out to defy this perception by uniting the worlds of fashion, design and architecture. Read more.
#5 A Surreal Urban Landscape
This March, guests from the creative worlds of art, design and fashion came together to witness the exclusive presentation of COS’s autumn/winter 2015 collection. Held at the upper deck of Central Ferry Pier No. 4, a life-size ‘Urban Landscape’ was conceptualised by André Fu and his studio AFSO to set stage for the presentation. Read more.