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A Look Inside Lane Crawford Joyce Group’s New Hong Kong Headquarters

Asia’s premier fashion retail and brand management Group, The Lane Crawford Joyce Group, has unveiled its latest innovation — a building that houses the group’s high-end fashion, lifestyle products and retail management companies in one majestic brick & mortar location. The building displays the 162-year old company’s distinguished tradition of merging East and West in space design and interior architecture. Designed by an in-house team and followed through by CL3, the new headquarters bring together the 900 employees of different sectors into one location to maximize relationships between different companies and divisions including Lane Crawford, Joyce, Pedder Group and ImagineX Group. Levelling out at 25,000 sq. ft. over seven floors in the somewhat gritty district of Wong Chuk Hang, the construction contrasts with a melange of modern furnishing, vintage ornaments from Paris flea markets and artwork by the likes of Mike Stilkey. It also houses a “wellness” room for yoga and meditation, an indoor communal garden, and an art-meets-fashion stylised library. This design confidently bridges the lines between an occupational environment and a magnificent dream home.

Date: Feb 10, 2013  /  Views: 9692  /  Author: Arthur Bray
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Lane crawford