Founded by T.K. Chu, the master of Neo Art Deco, T. K. CHU Design Group is an interior design company with Asian and even international influence. At present, the company has offices in Taipei, Beijing, and Shanghai. It combines rational and emotional design methods, creating spaces with reasonable functions and elegant appearances. T.K.CHU Design constantly revalues and updates itself, creating new design styles to keep pace with the time and adapt to the changing customers.As the sub-brand of T. K. CHU Design, T.K. HOME drives the company’s design experiment into the product design field, which improves the total frame of interior design and helps T. K. CHU Design to overall control the space design.
About T.K. Chu
With more than 40 years’ experience at the forefront of the design industry, T. K. Chu is one of the most renowned designers around Asia. With a broad range of experiences and knowledge, Mr. Chu combined contemporary design concepts and decorative elements, introduced Neo Art Deco into the orient world.
Mr. Chu’s ever-evolving style could be observed in both space design of T.K. Chu Design and product design of T.K. Home, providing the popular design trends of new eras. By making good use of oriental and luxuriant, the arts and the fashion design elements, he uses design to interpret and create the lifestyle of high-end consumers, and has been hailed as the trendsetter of mansion design.
With acute market sensitivity and continuous innovation, Mr. Chu cooperates with various real estate brands, creating residential projects popular in both designers and consumers.
Designed by T.K. Chu Design, Villa Homespun Philosophy is a high-end project of China Railway Construction Real Estate. The project is only six meters away from the Humble Administrator’s Garden in Suzhou, a World Heritage Site featuring miniature landscapes and abundant waterscapes.
Zhuhai Yanlord Marina Center is located directly on the Zhuhai coastline providing a breathtaking ocean view of Macau and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. The ocean serves as the main axis upon which the Center’s external architectural curve laps like a wave, ...