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V Point / ARK

  • 19:00 - 11 May, 2019
  • Curated by 韩爽 - HAN Shuang
V Point / ARK
V Point / ARK, © Edmon Leong Photography
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  • M&E Engineer

    WSP Hong Kong Ltd.
  • Authorized Person and Structural Engineer

    T. K. Tsui & Associates Ltd.
  • Building Service Engineer

    Tsui & Associates Ltd. Building Service Engineer –
  • Quantity Surveyor

    Rider Levett Bucknall Ltd.
  • Main Contractor

    Hsin Chong Construction (Eng) Ltd.
  • Logo Designer

    Bentley Communications Ltd.
  • Beam Consultant

    AECOM Asia Company Ltd.
  • Façade Consultant

    Meinhardt Façade Technology (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Lighting Consultant

    Spectrum Design & Associates (Asia)
  • Retail Consultant

    Savills Plc
  • Curtain Wall Consultant

    Chevalier International Holdings Ltd.
  • Fitting Out Contractor

    Sundart Timber Products Co. Ltd.
  • Lift and Escalator Contractor

    Chevalier International Holdings Ltd.
  • LED Contractor

    Unilumin Technology (Hong Kong) Ltd.
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© Edmon Leong Photography
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Text description provided by the architects. V POINT is a new 30-storey "Ginza" type retail tower with 12,457m2 of commercial space in the heart of Causeway Bay, one of the most vibrant and busiest shopping areas in Hong Kong. The “Ginza” typology originated from Japan where space is limited in the dense urban environment and retail and restaurants spaces have to develop vertically. The tower is located on the vibrant retail Tang Lung Street and has a corner facing Canal Road with a flyover above. Hence the facades of the tower become highly visible from the highway traffic and pedestrians alike. Portions of the building enjoy sea views and mountain views.

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© Edmon Leong Photography

With the location and the building type, the client’s brief for the architect was to create a signature and iconic tower that attracts major restaurants and retailers; and that would stand out from the existing old concrete buildings or rectilinear curtain buildings in Causeway Bay.

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© Edmon Leong Photography

Breaking away from usual monolithic appearance of a high rise, V POINT tower design takes inspiration from the shapes of crystals and gemstones. The unique curtain wall consists of a series of tilted triangular glass planes and like a cut gemstone, reflects sunlight in different angles to give the form and façade a kaleidoscopic quality. At night, light beams run through the perimeter of triangular planes to define the patterns in the façade and to enhance the building silhouette.

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© Edmon Leong Photography
Courtesy of ARK
Courtesy of ARK
© Edmon Leong Photography
© Edmon Leong Photography

At ground level, the curtain wall is conceptually cut away to allow a contrasting transparent retail podium box to be inserted while opening up a corner entrance at the same time. The entrance reveals a series of escalators leading customers to the main lobby on the second floor. The lobby continues the building form expression with the crystalline shapes of the lobby wall in silver fluted glass and geometrically folded wood ceiling.

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Cite: "V Point / ARK" 11 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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