Photos: Joyce Wang.
AMMO is situated in a former explosives magazine built by the British army in Hong Kong. In this fast growing and changing city it is a culturally and historically significant site.
Joyce Wang has transformed it into a restaurant that recalls its past in its references to military hardware, but also places the space firmly in the heart of elegant and fashionable Hong Kong dining. Read more
Photos: Photolux Studios (Christian Lalonde)
The idea of stone being a permanent building material is a notion that has existed as long as man has built. In this house from 2008 Kariouk Associates have used industrial concrete block as a masonry veneer. The impression is almost that of a rusticated “stone box”, and suggests a firm foundation for the family. A rock of stability in a world of impermanence.