With its history traced back to the 1950s, the Senior Common Room (SCR) at the University of Hong Kong including dining areas, multi-purpose and meeting rooms, has been an iconic community for members and faculty to mix and be entertained.
Our Hong Kong team renovates the interior design and A&A works of SCR on the 14th and 15th floors of the K.K. Leung Building and updates its amenities to accommodate multiple needs. The space on the 14th floor highlights an elegant Chinese style, while the rest presents an open, casual Western atmosphere.
As a significant alternation, green is adopted to dominate the interior, added with golden details and rich layering. It’s the color of the gowns faculty members, guests, and students dress at the university’s time-honored High Table Dinner.
To echo the nature of the university, our brand experience team integrates petal patterns with various shades of green across branded spaces and collaterals. The inspiration comes from the pattern of floor bricks laid along the walkways of the Main Building.
The sense of consistency extends to the furnishings which feature British-style decors to befit the colonial western characteristics of the Building which houses the Room. Historic photos scatter across the space to pay homage to the university’s over-a-century-long history.