Located at the center of Hong Kong, the design of the restaurant is very simple. The ceiling has remained with the original color of cement; Giant chandeliers created by wine glasses were placed to bring out the charm of the style of European’s castle.
One of the problems that the design team has faced is the large numbers of structural columns existed.
By cleverly adding lightings on them, these columns have turned into a functional and beautiful decoration.
Different elements used here are selected for the visual expansion of spacing and modern atmosphere.
搭配雲石桌子和舒適的椅子，體驗粗獷與細膩的完美結合,創造出舒適的用餐環境。Combined with marble stone tables and cozy chairs, customers will experience a comfortable dining experience that perfectly combines rough and dedication.
Transparent glass doors could be open and close according to occasions, are used for dividing the three VIP rooms.
Walls are kept to minimum between each area to create a sense of space and a wider view.
The wine glasses are also lighting - practical and beautiful, which further added consistency with the chandeliers around.
Located on the side, the bar is built with golden bricks with a sense of luxurious feeling.
With a closer look at the bar, the wine glasses around are actually lightings.
Centre De Vin 餐廳 (香港鴻圖中心)
Centre De Vin Restaurant (Hung To Centre Building Hong Kong)
Designers: Jackie Che 、Neal Cheung
Location: 9 / F, Hongtu Center, 94-96, Qiao Ming Street, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
2017 iF Design Awards (Discipline Interior Architecture (Dining)
2016 French Innodesign Prize