In the two decades since luxury firm AB Concept had been founded by design duo Ed Ng and Terence Ngan. A designer and an architect connected by a common philosophy. The brand has reached its own level by exporting the Hong Kong design flair all over the world.

Mei Ume – Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square (London, UK)

Ab Concept signature style, surely influenced by the multicultural metropolis of Hong Kong. Likewise, displaying innovative ideas and interesting concepts. The adaptiveness and curiosity that they showed in their various projects – from hotel lobbies to villas in the south of France to a typical Chinese house or a luxurious New York apartment. In fact, highlight AB Concept’s philosophy, based on investing in different kinds of projects, like it is showed by their massive multi-disciplinary portfolio.

Moreover, the contribution that they have given to the luxury design set has been incomparable. As the reputation behind the firm name suggests: they infuse their energy in different projects. Additionally creating wonderful architectural and design masterpieces based on the enhancement of different details and cultural influences. Always trying to push the creative differences between east and west’s aesthetics into unexpected design gems. Some examples? The Four Seasons projects, W Hotels, Mandarin Oriental, and the Lalique flagship store in Shanghai.

Lalique Flagship Boutique – Shanghai, China

In 2018 Assouline released an AB Concept’s coffee table book, as part of the Legends Collection, AB Concept: A Cultural Journey through Light, Form, and Space. It’s a visual tour among the highlights of their successful works – combining architectural experience with a reverent attitude towards different cultures. The unusual elements, which are important signs of their signature style, serve to recreate amazing projects that still retain the different brands’ personalities. A feat in which AB Concept manages to win, every time.

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