© blacksheep - upmarket clubbing arrives in hong kong
it's the preferred place to bootyshake for london's posh party pack, and not surprisingly it's strictly members-only territory. we're talking the boujis club in leafy south kensington, equally acclaimed for its sleek digs as for its parties. for the first time ever the club has expanded and opened a sister establishment in hong kong. london-based creative agency blacksheep crafted a plush interior that's old world and british-inspired, but with cool hi-tech elements blended in. upon arrival, guests are welcomed in the reception area with wooden panelling and soft lighting. an eye-catching element is the striking bespoke wooden made from cut-out graphic lettering fused together. the lounge and bar is where all the action is, and the interior design aptly follows with heightened visual drama. this area features stained deep blue timber panelling on the walls and ceiling, and the ceiling boasts panelling in a georgian geometric pattern, intersected with led lighting. the bar features a bold union jack design behind the bar and displays of ‘royal’ images by satirical photographer alison jackson. adding a distinct modern touch are the bespoke video screens and av technology are featured throughout the club. boujis has plans to open additional members-only clubs in the u.a.e., singapore and shanghai. location: car po commercial building, 37 pottinger street [central].
© boujis - distinctly british with a modern twist