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Modern Lighting Ideas by LAAB Architects is our topic for today’s article. LAAB is a laboratory of architecture and art that specializes in crafts and innovations.
The collective of 40 architects, designers, artists, engineers, makers, and sociologists at LAAB collaborate with forward-thinking customers to bring innovative designs to life in the fields of public space, architecture, and interior design, as well as furniture, graphic art, and digital craft.
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LAAB was named “The Next Progressive” by Architect Magazine and given the INDE Award for “The Design Studio of the Year.”
The branch of the two-star Michelin restaurant Mosu Seoul in Hong Kong. The restaurant is located on the roof garden of the M+ Museum, directly where technology and nature meet at the podium landscape and LED facade. LAAB uses the notion of Digital Nature to cultivate the interior with an indoor landscape and animated digital lighting as a result of this particular visual environment. A unique window that looks out into the Focus Gallery is in addition to the views of the garden and city.
On the promenade level of the M+ Museum is ADD+, an all-day dining establishment with a sweeping harbour view. They define the inside space with a zigzag one-way mirror wall set up in a super-elliptical curve, inheriting the glass facade of the promenade. The glass wall creates a variety of skyline views by reflecting and folding the promenade in surprising ways. Three IFCs can be seen side by side from a particular vantage point.
The HKU Med, 1887 serves as a restaurant and an alumni lounge (Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong). The University of Hong Kong was first established in 1887 as the Hong Kong College of Medicine. The most well-known of the College’s early graduates was Dr Sun Yat-sen, the father of modern China.
The kitchen, the restaurant, the alumni room, and the VIP space are the four separate chambers that the continuous walls form in the fan-shaped building. The wide-opening arch portals that connect the chambers can also be used to divide them into discrete sections thanks to the custom sliding doors.