The natural style has become a new favorite of the young generation, in order to keep abreast with the trend, a brand new zone with the theme “K11 Natural” is created by K11, the Art Mall located in the most flourishing district in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, within where nature, health and handicraft themed retailers and restaurants have been introduced. To be consistent with K11’s commitment to cultivating an atmosphere of art, and the five values from the Artisanal Movements (namely, Imagination, Bespoke, Craftsmanship, Heritage and Contemporary), the designers have turned the new zone, the 836 SQM spacious area on Level 2 of the Art Mall into a space of nature, beauty and arts. The young group is the main target.
Numerous green artistic elements have been applied to vitalize the K11 Art Mall, and at the same time create a platform in the mall for everyone to interact in various aspects. The other purpose of the design is to present a brand new, interesting lifestyle. In this new zone project, K11 collaborated with AS design team to build a "Modern Vivarium". The chief designers Four Lau and Sam Sum brought up a new concept of "Terrarium" for the interior design project. The concept of “Terrarium” emerged in the eighteenth century, when a British named Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward found that microbes can survive in a sealed glass container. In addition, those natural ecological phenomena, such as photosynthesis, respiration and hydrological cycle can also be found, the sealed glass container is actually a balanced micro-ecological system. This kind of micro-ecological system can be self-sufficient. Which is why the Terrarium represents sustainability and vitality. It ha