The design of KEF’s Music Gallery in Hong Kong takes inspiration from the idea of a welcoming clubhouse. The entrance sets the tone, with its use of crafted and luxurious materials, such as Atlantic stone, brass and walnut for the joinery. A fantastic selection of vintage modernist furniture combined with contemporary pieces sets the scene, artwork features prominently on the walls throughout.
The practice sought to create a technically perfect acoustic setting and listening environment that looks effortless, so much so, the layout was based upon that challenge.
At the heart of the music gallery, the practice created a central listening room with the inviting atmosphere of a comfortable library. Here, bespoke joinery adds warmth and texture while the sliding doors, bookcases and books play a key role in the acoustic make-up of the space.