Hong Kong Design Concept Store Doubles As Co-Working Space [Pics]

Hong Kong Design Concept Store Doubles As Co-Working Space [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Konzepp is a boutique, cafe and communal space where designers can work and share ideas.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 april 2012

Konzepp is a concept store in Hong Kong, designed and co-founded by Geoff Tsui. It has a yellow angular facade and a yellow counter and posts inside that contrast with the stark white shelves displaying a curated collection of gadgets and products from emerging designers.

Konzepp is a communal space that mixes elements of a boutique, café, workspace and events venue. A large table provides an area for people to work, collaborate and share their ideas. Click through to see photos of the store:


Photos by Geoff Tsui

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