Hidden in plain sight, Mean Noodles is not hard to find once you enter the alley from New Market Street in Sheung Wan. Run by the OPENUU design duo Caroline Chou and Kevin Lim, Mean Noodles reflects their love of good design and their passion for delicious food.
“Pets Playground ” not only is a project designed for pets, but also as a standpoint to achieve a balance between privacy and communion through spatial.
Sim-Plex is missioned to renovate a 482 sq.ft new home for Labyrinth and Simon. By using snow white storage cabinetry and Tiffany’s featured wall to create a living space that is suitable for child’s growth but not losing any romance.
Colourliving Showroom, a distinctive concept lifestyle store that brings together meticulously selected European home furniture, fittings, and lifestyle products, has tasked Lim + Lu to redesign the sanitary showroom of their flagship store in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai district.
Sim-Plex has renovated a 530 sq.ft old tenement apartment in Hong Kong, with a symbolic Arch- form cabinetry as a spine of the project. Three youths will moved into this 1970s old tenement apartment in one of oldest district, Kowloon City in Hong Kong.“The conflict between young people and old district is already an interesting point to us.
Pink, grey wall paint and golden frame furnishings brighten this 493 sq.ft pretty house in Hong Kong, which has been overhauled by Sim-Plex for a young lady. The client approached Sim-Plex to design the apartment to better suit her daily living sequence and reflect her personality. Make up table and a dress up corner are highlighted by her.