SEVVA Hong Kong, China, 2008
22,000 square feet
Architecture, Interior Design
A bare rooftop with superb views is transformed into multiple dining environments, each with a distinct menu and character.
Design of dining rooms, lounge, tea room, and terraces for a restaurant perched atop Hong Kong’s landmark Prince’s Building.
We envisioned SEVVA as a miniature city within a city, a composition of distinct “neighborhoods”. Each one embodies the essence of one of SEVVA’s menus, thereby offering guests a panoply of experiences to choose from, much as any great city does.