Landmark | Architect magazine

Project description

To maintain its competitive edge as one of the most successful mixed-use centers in the world, Landmark has undergone multiple additions and renovations by KPF and associated architects over the past twenty years.

From 1996 to 2006, the multi-phase revitalization included the replacement of the original tower and podium facades, the creation of double-height storefronts including flagship presences for Harvey Nichols and Louis Vuitton, the addition of new atriums and entrances, expanding the retail and dining area, upgrading interior finishes and skylights, converting the lower part of the Edinburgh Tower into a Mandarin Oriental boutique hotel and replacing a structure obsoleted by a new 23-story office tower (York House.) For this work, KPF served as Concept and Detail Design Architect with Aedas as Master Planner, Retail Design Architect and Authorized Person (AP).

From 2006 to 2013, KPF continued its work with the redesign and update of Landmark’s retail interiors, office lobbies, restaurant terraces, food hall and public restrooms.

A high profile destination with direct connections to Hong Kong’s public transport system and airport line, the renovated and expanded Landmark engages and enhances its central location by providing a living, working and leisure environment of first class, integrated and 24 hours a day. .

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