In this video, Naples-born Stefano Tordiglione talks about his decision to set up a design studio in Hong Kong.
September 2nd, 2014
With projects stretching from Italy and the US to Shenzhen and Chengdu, Stefano Tordiglione decided to set up his award-winning interior and architectural design company in Hong Kong in 2010 because it brought together “the right place, the right moment, the right people”. The SAR is a base for Naples-born Stefano’s global ambition, he says, whether that’s designing in Eastern Europe or Asia.
Video produced by Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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