Gagosian Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China 2010–2011

Client: Gagosian

The Gagosian Gallery in Hong Kong occupies the whole seventh floor of the Pedder building, a landmark in the city, as one of the few surviving buildings from the early twentieth century in the central district. The building is an early example of a concrete structure, and the beams and columns of the structure are used to organise the rhythm of the long gallery space and the scale of its details. The discreet pattern of the oak floor reflects the pattern of the beams in the ceiling. The gallery space is naturally lit with windows along the long side.

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