Today’s feature of Best Interior Designers is fully dedicated to Andre Fu, the acclaimed leader of AFSO, an internationally acclaimed design studio in Hong Kong. Very popular within the Asian design community, Fu’s work is universal and transversal. Even though he is based in Hong Kong, Andre Fu’s work doesn’t know any borders and his work and vision can bee seen a little across the globe.
In fact, Andre Fu has already an extensive portfolio of projects throughout Asia and Europe. Fu and his AFSO have revolutionized the concept of modern luxury with a series of projects that reflect Fu’s signature artistic perspective and timeless sensibility. For the past decade and a half, Fu’s vision has been defined by a seamless alignment of cultural and design sensibilities, modern luxury, art, and craftsmanship. A trained architect, his projects span scales and typologies, continuously bridging the gap between cultures, and drawing as naturally on European principles of beauty as from Oriental qualities, traditions, and modernity.
Fu’s work expands well beyond the creation of stunning interiors. In the recent past he also created new amazing design pieces for Louis Vuitton, collaborated with Cos, and launched his own lifestyle collection Andre Fu Living.
Fu is currently working on the interiors of a new hotel in Kyoto, Hotel The Mitsui, opening in early November. We’ll showcase this Hotel latter on in a special feature, but to better showcase Fu’s vision and work we’ve decided to bring you today one of his more personal design projects. We’re talking of course of his amazing apartment in Hong Kong that Fu has decorated with an immense passion and that fully showcase his amazing talent, creativity and sense of aesthetic.
By browsing this stunning apartment we have a perfect sense of who Andre Fu is as a designer and as a creator. We can understand his passion for contemporary and minimalistic design. In a way, this amazing apartment blends his own contemporary design ethos with his own personal history and memories. An acrylic chair that belonged to his grandmother is as prized as his sculpture collection, while silk tufted rugs from Tai Ping soften the geometry of the furniture and objects.
For a better insight into Andre Fu’s work, we highly recommend you browse the design book “Crossing Cultures With Design” published early this year that features insightful articles regarding Andre Fu, including a spread that explores his vision behind the creation of his amazing apartment in Hong Kong.
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