The Konzepp Space was born out of the desire to hatch a place in Hong Kong where the artistic and creative community could come together, share and hatch ideas and products, cross-pollinating like-minded inspirations. Every few months, Konzepp shifts merchandise themes, focusing on interesting products with a design focus. Customers will be able to shop, meet up, listen to music, read design, lifestyle, & fashion magazines all whilst sipping various green tea concoctions.
Konzepp aims to bring back the discovery and excitement of a shopping experience and to develop design collaborations within the local Hong Kong creative community and abroad, encouraging multicultural creative dialogs.
The Interior and Exterior design of the Konzepp is inspired by the 3 definitions of hatch:
1. “an opening of restricted size allowing for passage from one area to another”
strategically picking a space located on a lower ground floor, enabling the shop to resemble people going through a passage to an unconventional space where they can reach other creative individuals internationally through the products the shop carries.
the design of the interior is to inspire the creative community to hatch ideas and products
3. “in fine art and technical drawing) shade (an area) with closely drawn parallel lines”
the space was defined to encourage creative collaborations and features criss-crossing planes and shelves/ structural poles that creates inspiring, contemporary eye candy.
The designer, Geoff Tsui (one of the co-founders), uses parametric design to “push” and “pull” polygonal planes which crosses and hatches through different directions, metaphorically engaging the viewer to look beyond the ordinary “box”. The sculptural facade forms a futuristic arc and gateway into the Hatch³³, twisting and turning its lines, and is quickly becoming a landmark in the area of Sheung Wan.
Konzepp = design+lifestyle+space focusing on designed lifestyle objects and developing a communal space for artist and designers to collaborate and convene. The concept of the space is to fit what is new, relevant and on the forefront. Daring and bold merchandising, a place to learn, cultivate, and share ideas, hatch thoughts while enjoying a cup of Marriage Freres green tea with locally harvested HK Honey and Mays Cookies & Cakes. Engage in unconventional magazines & music and catch the next hatch!
Located at 50 Tung Street, Lower Ground Floor, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong