BREADstudio Architects, Building, HK Design Studio Images, Architecture Office China

BREADstudio Hong Kong Architects

Contemporary HK Architect Practice – Chinese Design Studio Info + News

18 October 2021

BREADstudio architecture projects

Over the past year, BREADstudio been working on a number of exciting projects from public civic spaces to bespoke private homes. As co-curators of the Hong Kong Collateral Event at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, the studio will also be presenting a Hong Kong Response Exhibition at City Gallery to the local public, where participants explore critical issues and propose innovative solutions for a more sustainable urban environment.

BREADstudio Architects News

Please see below a selection of highlighted architectural projects opening soon:

Wanchai Community Green Station

Wanchai Community Green Station Hong Kong by BREADstudio

Opening Soon

The Hong Kong Environment Protection Department (EPD) has constructed nine Recycling Stations under the GREEN@COMMUNITY mission to rebrand the city’s community recycling network. BREADstudio is commissioned to work on the team to design and construct the tenth station in Wan Chai, which is on track to open in Q4 of 2021.

Wanchai Community Green Station by BREADstudio

The structure is made of steel, while the trellis is supported by a GRP double curved secondary beam. The station will be open to the public year-round and serve as a shaded garden refuge for the community along the harbourfront.

Images courtesy of ArchSD

Venice Architecture Biennale Hong Kong Response Exhibition at City Gallery

20 October – 15 December 2021

City Gallery, 3 Edinburgh Place, Central

Venice Architecture Biennale Hong Kong Response Exhibition at City Gallery

BREADstudio’s Benny Lee and Paul Mui were appointed as part of the Curatorial Team of the Hong Kong Collateral Event at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale. Opening 20 October, the Hong Kong Response Exhibition will be displayed at City Gallery, Central.

The exhibition theme, ‘Redistribution: Land, People & Environment,’ will showcase innovative ideas centred on the redistribution of these three critical resources to enhance Hong Kong’s overall liveability. Exploring both the challenges and opportunities available in our city, the project encourages exhibitors to collaborate on proposing creative solutions to how we can harmoniously live together by designing compassionate architecture, constructing people-centric urbanism, and respecting the environment, both built and natural.

The exhibition will conclude with an international symposium on 10 December. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

The exhibition is co-organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects Biennale Foundation and Hong Kong Arts Development Council, partnered with The Hong Kong Institute of Architects and CreateHK as lead sponsor.

Exhibitors: Aravia Design Limited, The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education, Paul Y. Engineering Group; Exhibitors: ‘On Earth’ Art Project, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Policy for Sustainability Lab, Centre for Civil Society and Governance, The University of Hong Kong; Exhibitors: Savannah College of Art and Design, The Wharf Group

Images courtesy of Hong Kong Cultural Infrastructure

Nina Plaza, Tsuen Wan

Nina Plaza, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong by BREADstudio architects

Under Construction

Commissioned by Chinachem Group, BREADstudio has been appointed the designer, project architect and artist to revamp Nina Plaza, an outdoor square in front of Nina Mall in Tsuen Wan. The project design draws from classic amphitheaters, providing seating in front of a large video screen, with surrounding greenery, a fountain, and a solar panel sculpture that automatically fans-out when its panels detect sunlight. Once completed, the Plaza will offer a comfortable communal space for shoppers to rest while also having the ability to adapt flexibly for public celebrations during the festive season.

Images courtesy of BREADstudio

New Praya Kennedy Town

New Praya Kennedy Town Hong Kong by BREADstudio architects

Design Concept Stage Completed, Pending Construction

BREADstudio has competed in open, anonymous, and international competitions since 2008. BREAD presents an innovative concept design as design architect for the Home Affairs Department’s New Praya project at Kennedy Town. Located along the waterfront, the boardwalk design mirrors the nearby waves with ramps undulating to create small and large spaces for diverse functions, from skateparks to concert halls. Steps continue down to the water’s edge, allowing for unobstructed views at varying heights of the city skyline.

Images courtesy of BREADstudio

Charles Residence and Henry Residence, Tai Wai

Charles Residence and Henry Residence, Tai Wai, HK, China

Under Construction; Completion Date Q4 2021 And Q1 2022

BREADstudio has been commissioned for the architecture, interior design, and overall project management of two independent private residences in Tai Wai. Each of the 6300 sq ft luxury villas have been adapted to the strict constraints of a typical Hong Kong village house with a bespoke design concept made to suit the requirements of each owner.

Charles and Henry Residence, Tai Wai interior design, HK

One residence is designed for a young family featuring spacious common areas and playful touches for the children, while the bachelor home has a distinctly contemporary feel with expansive skylights.

Images courtesy of BREADstudio

Instagram: @breadstudio.architecture
Facebook: BREADstudio.architecture
For general inquiries, please contact:

More architectural projects by BREADstudio online soon

Architects Practice Information

BREADstudio are a HK-based architectural design studio

Hong Kong Architects Offices – Architecture Firm Listings

HK Architectural News 2021

Hong Kong Architecture Designs – chronological list

Hong Kong Building News

Joint Asian Market
Design: NC Design & Architecture Ltd
Joint Asian Market Hong Kong
image courtesy of architects practice
Joint Asian Market

Airside, former Kai Tak airport
Design: Snøhetta
Airside Mixed-Use Building HK
image courtesy of architects
Airside Hong Kong Building

M+ presents ‘Archigram Cities’ in collaboration with the University of Hong Kong and Power Station of Art in Shanghai
Drawing Architecture Studio. Walking, 2020:
M+ Archigram Cities Online Symposium
illustration by Drawing Architecture Studio. Commissioned by M+, Hong Kong
M+ Archigram Cities

Hong Kong Architects


Hong Kong Architecture

Hong Kong Architecture

Hong Kong Building Designs

Hong Kong Buildings

Architecture Studios

Comments / photos for the BREADstudio ArchitectsChinese Architecture Practice page welcome