About Us

We are an architectural and interior design consultancy founded in Hong Kong and a Registered Practice of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA).

Focusing on creating context-responsive, brief-specific and precision-driven designs to last over time, we believe in the importance of rationale and the quality of clarity, thus enriching the spatial experience of everyday life. Driven by these beliefs, we explore the balance and seek precision in our works.

Plot Architecture Office is supported by architects and designers who share the same philosophy, and our team has international experience in the design and execution of various architectural and interior projects. Our objective is to deliver design solutions, from comprehending and interpreting the clients’ thoughts, to realizing the ideas to meet their needs.

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Plot Architecture Office
Room 907, Silvercord Tower 2
30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon, Hong Kong

t (852) 3106 0119
f (852) 3753 0599
info@plotarc.com

 
location West Kowloon, Hong Kong
size795'
location Nam Cheong, Hong Kong
size362'
location Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
size264’
location Beacon Hill, Hong Kong
size1197'
location Central, Hong Kong
size530'
location Sai Wan, Hong Kong
size1400'
location North Point, Hong Kong
size5883'
location Central, Hong Kong
size2171'
location Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
size1300'
location Sai Kung, Hong Kong
size1900'

 

Residence at The Harbourside

This residence located in the Kowloon peninsula features three key design components: a muted-toned living area, a neutral-toned bedroom, and a timber-clad passageway connecting the two spaces.  The living area primarily finished in white...

Studio Flat at Cullinan West

Towered above an interchange station in a development comprising more than 3,000 units, the brief calls for a precise design to intervene the layout of this compact 362’ studio flat in order to organize the interior.  In response to the...

Studio Flat at Tak Lee Building

Located in a high-density 1970s residential complex and next to a relatively new business district of Hong Kong, this residential unit is to be converted into an urban studio with essential provisions for the stay of an expatriate.  The w...

Residence at Dynasty Heights

Forms, layers and material together organize and connect various areas and rooms in this apartment unit, while maintaining the flow and continuity in it.  A timber framework is first integrated into the initial volume. It brings the diffe...

Slow Cook Fast Food Restaurant

Contrary to its neighbouring restaurants, the shop-front is stripped down to a minimal portal that maximizes the exposure of its interior. The highly transparent shop-front directs the attention of passers-by towards the contrasting volume...

Office at Hong Kong Plaza

This existing office has been reconfigured and its routine restructured in order to create a larger area for their new reception lobby. Two of the executive rooms have been relocated to allocate this area, in the form of an elongated volum...

Can Office

For this office overlooking Victoria Harbour, the reception forms an axis with the existing lobby to invite visitors into a space cladded in white porcelain tiles. This transition creates a contrasting entry to reset one’s perception bef...

Des Voeux Chambers

A five-by-eleven peripteros, of which the placement of columns following strict proportions is akin to the control in law and order, is established to intersect the layout of this barristers' chambers. The positions of the columns lay the ...

Schüller Showroom

A German kitchen brand founded in 1965, distinguished by its simplicity in design and fine craftsmanship, is introducing their products to Hong Kong for the first time. The brand requires a platform that aligns with its philosophy for func...

Village House at Clear Water Bay Garden

Deep in the suburb of Hong Kong, a 700' ground floor unit of a local village house is set next to a 1,200' terrace with a glimpse of the South China Sea.  The design searches for a stronger coherency between the unit and the terrace as a ...

  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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